19 of February of 2016
The brand this season exploits it’s inherent love for the nautical theme, seen through a nostalgic filter where the naval influences collide with the romance of a bygone era. The male finds the female, charm and fun, with unexpected combinations that offer a playful way, with irreverent cinematic instinct.
By Malene Birger presented its proposals for Fall-Winter 2016 in Glyptotek art museum in Copenhagen, Denmark. The collection is inspired by the Femme Noir character and born of references to the female wardrobe ’20s, through the use of textures and luxurious fabrics like lace, fur, varnish, fur, silk and mohair.
For Fall 2016, Carolina Herrera was inspired by the perception of beauty in multi dimension. Exploring techniques to create textured surfaces both subtle and pronounced, the effect is light and the mood, a refined ease. A floating embroidered jasmine motif and floral laser cut-outs on prince of wales plaid and color-block double-face suggest femininity to tailored shapes and materials; further expressed by rounded soft shoulders on jackets and blouses. Blending day into night, the softness and fluidity continues, with delicate fluttering fabrics and embroideries, dotted fil coupe jacquard, silk jersey, layered chiffon and organza, all in silhouettes that move with effortless grace. Set in a palette of muted tones, powder, desert sand and mist with rich hues, mulberry, violet and iris; the look, at every angle, is to please the eye.