Parisian chic meets accessible and understated = Carven.  I am in love.

In an article from W magazine online, Guillaume Henry, who has been the creative director since '09 describes his designs as “quiet,” but there is often a bit of coquetry involved—a prim white collar here, a bustier there. What he calls “the Carven silhouette” includes full skirts with trim midlines cut two inches above the natural waist, a sweet rather than sirenlike look that’s about as universally flattering as fashion gets. 


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