About the Carven brand
Big French house, Carven was born in 1945 after the Second World War thanks to the association of names Carmen and Boyriven. The brand began with haute couture collections and is known thanks to the mythical dress in green and white stripes. Gradually, the company developed a line for children, but also men and a perfume named Ma Griffe which remindsthe success of the green and white stripped print. Under the leadership of Guillaume Henry, arrived in 2009, Carven house takes a new breath. Claudine collars, skirts, shorts and suits with printed mix, Carven rapidly becomes the new brand which promotes a showing a playful, romantic and intellectual silhouette.
Barely thirty years, Guillaume Henry is one of the most acclaimed designers of his generation. Having made his debut with Riccardo Tisci at Givenchy or Paule Ka, he was selected to develop Carven house. His point of view? Perpetuate Carven house craft which reminds the Haute Couture of his beginnings, while offering luxurious silhouettes at accessible prices. The result? Carven has become the favorite brand of fashionistas in which all girls dream of parading!
Spring/Summer 2015 Collection
Inspired by the world of racing, especially Formula 1, in his latest at final runway show for Carven, William Henry brings us a collection full of energy. A new line of bags, the Pelham is worn below the elbow for an easy look. Black with white stripes are accented with yellow or blue suede and python, this bag wins hands down! Accents come from a space-time elsewhere and come to life in this collection. We appreciate the Japanese-inspired style of the Edo print that is very 60's in its cut. The gingham print is also worked in black and white plaid for both mini and maxis, enhanced by tones of floral print. The Malher line is offered in a fringed format for taking on summer’s biggest trend.