Carolina Herrera: Eastern Influx
By Marquita Harris, September 24th, 2010
Carolina Herrera’s Spring/Summer 2011 show was like an all-consuming, yet brief, trip to the far east. Per usual, the clothing was beautiful and feminine. Slender waists, bare shoulders—it embodied a sophisticated sensuality that’s become an unspoken trademark for the brand. Even the Orlando Pita styled geometrical coiffures—which couldn’t be ignored— were in perfect harmony with the look and feel of the label.
Inspired by Korean designs, Pita created precise and dramatic hairstyles to enhance the overall sophistication and attentiveness of the collection. This was a perfect match to the delicate color palette of the clothes; ivory and shades of beige were used throughout, and shades of moss, pink and tangerine added a playful characteristic to the lively collection. Take a look below at some of the show’s highlights—like wrap skirts, bold prints and pops of geometric-tinged silhouettes—and for more info on the products Pita used (like the Moroccanoil Hydrating Style Cream and the Luminous Hairspray) head over to the brand’s website.
All images © Peter Lueders for Moroccanoil.