Counting fans from Mad Men’s Christina Hendricks to fashion plate Olivia Palermo, Carolina Herrera’s bridal designs are in once both classic and feminine. In the designer’s latest collection, 15 looks took their cues from old-world silhouettes with some modern touches. This translated through numbers including a lace column dress (achieving new heights of drama through a detachable skirt overlay) and a silk crepe pantsuit, whose blouse featured a pearl-studded collar. For the more traditional bride, Herrera also showed slick assumes conventional styles, including a scoop-neck dress featuring organza trim instead of lace or tulle for a more fluid and ethereal finish. The highlight of the collection was a reinterpretation of Mrs. Herrera’s signature white blouse as a trench dress, featuring pintucking and a slit that could make even Angelina Jolie Pitt blush.
Carolina Herrera born January 8, 1939 is a Venezuelan-American designer known for “exceptional personal style”,
This year marks Carolina Herrera’s 35th anniversary in business, and her Spring collection, proven this