Carolina Herrera Fall-Winter 2013-2014 RTW Fashion Show

Of course the collection would be fabulous if the opener model is drop dead gorgeous TOP MODEL KARLIE KLOSS... :) 
The music of the show is “Capriccio for Carolina” London Contemporary Orchestra, specially composed for Herrera.

lovely that Carolina Herrera had a capriccio, inspired by a Beethoven sonata, composed as soundtrack for her presentation. The same elegant generosity extended over a collection which was fluid and controlled, ladylike and daring. As Herrera noted in her program, “a hint of the 1940s” was present in the rows of tiny buttons, puff sleeves, bow details, belted waists and flared skirts. Prints and natty wools completed the picture. Shoulders were built up and also emphasized with fur: a tweed jacket with a pony collar and a pink blouse with fox fur sleeves. An intriguing semi-puffed sleeve—contoured around the top of the arm—appeared on day and evening dresses. Juxtapositions of colors were vibrant: an emerald green dress with black inserts, a ruby velvet top with a long, flare-hemmed pony fur skirt in amethyst

Floor-sweeping gowns and skirts. Knee-length dresses and coats. Long pants

rose, pink, celestial blue, ivory. Camel, sandstone. Black, gray, granite. Ruby, emerald, amethyst, sapphire

velvet, silk, organza, chiffon, crepe, charmeuse. Flannel, wool, tweed, knits. Houndstooth, checks, tweed, floral prints. Furs: sable, fox, pony, lamb. Sequins. Hand-painted fabric

neat, fitted silhouette. Chubby fur jackets over long skirts and flared short skirts. Shoulder focus: peaked shoulders on jackets and coats; puffed sleeves and long fluid sleeves. Full-cut pants. Goddess gowns. Belts emphasize the waist

belts trimmed with fur and velvet. Flower brooches
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