Taking her inspiration from the Kinetic Art movement, Caroline Herrera managed the trick of offering up a collection both romantic and traditionally feminine in the gorgeous Herrera tradition while at the same time exploring shapes and the very concept of movement through the use of intersecting shapes and lines, as well as ethereally light and fluttery frills and flounces that moved with each step. The result was fluid, hypnotic and – no surprise here – beautiful.
[Photo Credit: IMAXtree]
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