Carven Spring/Summer 2015–Inspired by the working class, British designer Guillaume Henry brought a simple focus to Carven for spring/summer 2015. Simplifying his designs, Henry contributed to a season that has overall renewed a focus in wearable fashions. Crafting a simple wardrobe with clean lines and relaxed fits, sleek belted coats, jackets with narrow lapels, zipped turtlenecks and v-neck tops were among the accessible pieces offered. Using color blocking for a series of essentials that played with proportions, Henry produced shirting in black and white, constructed with boxy sleeves and a lean fit.
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