By  on June 18, 2012

Some designers are like rock stars, the kind who demand cases of Kabbalah water backstage, rose petals in the toilet and ice with no straight edges. For others, a clean towel and a cold beer will do.


Take, for example, Guillaume Henry, creative director of Carven. Sitting for an interview at the brand’s Paris headquarters on Rue Royale, he comes across as a worker bee, unaffected and down-to-earth. Despite his rising-star status, he seems more team player than artiste.

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