Everything started with a "The Lady and The Unicorn"-ish reminiscence in a paisley printed tailleur; this is enough to understand the central mood of Carven's collection for this season: Art.
Guillaume Henry decided to experiment a new way of design by creating something that, in a way, guides you in a specific world;
in this case, the whole collection seems to drag you from the Musée de Cluny to the Museo del Prado.
Evidently the creativity of the designer was so deeply attracted by Bosch's "The Garden of Earthly Delights" that it has succeeded in recreating completely innovative shapes and silhouettes through the use of medieval prints.
Photo Credits: Antonia Wesseloh and Xia Wen