Inspired by Isabelle Adjani’s arty character in the 1976 film “The Tenant,” Guillaume Henry sent out a quirky yet charming Carven collection. Mixing colors, texture and prints, Henry played with juxtapositions, mixing, for example, lace and cotton poplin on fun day looks. He focused mainly on young and sporty dresses, shrunken jackets and skirts — all great wardrobe staples for his cool, creative clientele.

Inspired by Isabelle Adjani’s arty character in the 1976 film “The Tenant,” Guillaume Henry sent out a quirky yet charming Carven collection. Mixing colors, texture and prints, Henry played with juxtapositions, mixing, for example, lace and cotton poplin on fun day looks. He focused mainly on young and sporty dresses, shrunken jackets and skirts — all great wardrobe staples for his cool, creative clientele.

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