What can we say, we can’t get enough of the sporty Parisian naiveté that Guillame Henry has been stirring up at the storied house of Carven ever since he took his post.
Each season he continues to deliver wearable clothes with a distinctive signature twisted take on classic, preppy notes with enough wearability to justify just about any purchase from the label what-so-ever.
Spring 2013 worked as a continuation of Henry’s plays on abbreviated proportions juxtaposed with unexpected volume, prints and splices of saturated color. -And we loved it!
A timeless tie-inspired print first brought to the forefront by Miuccia Prada and since ultimately covetable, get’s re-appropriated with the label’s quirky ease. Never before has a matching shorts set looked so sweet yet eye-catching. And while it cannot and most likely should not be an option for everyone, it does make for a strong look that would look good on quite a few boys in our hood…
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Take the natty pairing shown above that while utterly classic with a timeless sophistication, the proportion is what is key here along with an unexpected pop of color via contrasting loafers to punctuate forever-chic notes with a dose of cool.
Carven available online now -most of all, on sale!Published on June 27, 2012