For his first real pre-collection for Carven, designer Guillaume Henry looked to the Alpine landscapes of Bavaria and Switzerland. “I wanted to express the crispness quality of all the things coming from those mountains,” he said. It made for a precise, easy and charming collection full of his signature nostalgic regalia: A digital print landscape derived from Sixties postcards landed on the front of a simple dress or skirt, blown-up images of Geranium flowers were on shirts and Tyrolean influences were seen on shorts done in thick textured leather or apronlike little dresses.

For his first real pre-collection for Carven, designer Guillaume Henry looked to the Alpine landscapes of Bavaria and Switzerland. “I wanted to express the crispness quality of all the things coming from those mountains,” he said. It made for a precise, easy and charming collection full of his signature nostalgic regalia: A digital print landscape derived from Sixties postcards landed on the front of a simple dress or skirt, blown-up images of Geranium flowers were on shirts and Tyrolean influences were seen on shorts done in thick textured leather or apronlike little dresses.

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