All Posts Tagged With: "Carolina Herrera"
Carolina Herrera New York Fashion Week
The Wrapped Pony by TRESemmé at Carolina Herrera A/W 15.
“Our collection this season was based on the light patterns of the sun on water that lead to these beautiful wave shapes and blurred prints. Orlando’s wrapped pony pulls the outfit together, creating a striking contrast to the soft layers but in a way that still feels quite feminine and wearable.”
Carolina Herrera Fall/Winter 2013
Carolina Herrera Fall/Winter 2013 Hair looks New York Fashion Week. Orlando Pita Using Moroccanoil. Photos by David Webber for Moroccanoil.
The Hairstyle Inspiration
Carolina Herrera Spring 2012
CAROLINA HERRERA. “A FRESH, SPRING/SUMMER LOOK.”-DIANE KENDAL
New York Fashion Week: Carolina Herrera Spring 2012
How to with MAC makeup…
Carolina Herrera FW 2011
Carolina Herrera FW 2011. Hair by Moroccanoil.
Moroccanoil hair care products
Carolina Herrera Fall 2011
New York Fashion Week Report. Carolina Herrera Fall 2011. Makeup by MAC Cosmetics.
“It’s all about a really gorgeous face: eyes are defined, cheeks are fresh, and lips are perfectly stained…”-Diane Kendal
Carolina Herrera MAC makeup face chart fall 2011
black crème liner – applied with a delicate hand over the upper lashline only, with a slight kick at the outer corner haute & naughty mascara – applied over upper lashes only
January Jones In Carolina Herrera to 2011 SAG Awards
Actress January Jones wore a Carolina Herrera topaz chantecaille lace gown tonight to the 17th Annual SAG Awards in Los Angeles, CA.
Actress Edie Falco also wore Carolina Herrera, choosing a cerise fils coupe gown for the SAG awards.
Carolina Herrera Spring 2011 Collection
New York Fashion Week SS 2011. Designer: Carolina Herrera. Hairstyle by Orlando Pita for Moroccanoil.
For Spring 2011 colors, prints, and floral appliqués were taken from botanical plates collected in the 18th Century. The cut and details of this collection were inspired by traditional clothes from Korea. The hat, customarily worn by men, and the wrapped belts complete the silhouette.
The Hair Look:
Carolina Herrera Receives “Mercedes-Benz Presents” Designer Title
Carolina Herrera known for her sophisticated design and elegance receives the distinguished title of “Mercedes-Benz Presents” designer for this season’s spring/summer 2011 collection debuting on Monday, September 13th, 2010, at 10:00 am at Lincoln Center, the new home of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
The “Mercedes-Benz Presents” program recognizes designers that demonstrate dedication to the use of quality materials, unique style and innovative design for the past seven years. “I am very proud to be chosen as the “Mercedes-Benz Presents” designer,” said Herrera. “To be recognized in such an important year in Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week history, is, without question, a wonderful honor.”
Carolina Herrera has designed for many celebrities and high profile clients including Renée Zellweger, Amy Adams, Michelle Pfeiffer, Emily Blunt, Oprah Winfrey, and Camilla Belle. She joins a prestigious list of past “Mercedes-Benz Presents” designers including Monique Lhuillier, Badgley Mischka, Narciso Rodriguez, and CHADO Ralph Rucci.
Carolina Herrera 212Men Ice
Carolina Herrera presents 212MEN ICE, a new limited edition that reveals the more sensual and provocative side of the 212 universe.
212 MEN ICE is a masculine fragrance with a distinctive personality. Created with fresh spicy top notes of black pepper and liquorice, flowery middle notes of violet and wood, with seductive notes of sandalwood, musk and noble wood as the perfume base. A series of ingredients to evoke the 212 man: contemporary, enigmatic, elegant and urban.
Carolina Herrera Collection Fall 2010
New York Fashion Week. Carolina Herrera Fall 2010. Hair by Orlando Pita @ ORLO using Moroccanoil. Master stylist Orlando Pita creates a sophisticated look that displays the instinctive elegance and modern strength of long, luxurious hair. The look emphasizes smooth, clean lines refined by the feminine allure of silky, lustrous hair. Beautifully polished strands are center parted and placed sculpturally behind the ear and flow down the back to counterpoint the varied, refined textures of the designs.
There is an alluring confidence in the women who inspired the Fall, 2010 Carolina Herrera collection. A sophisticated feminine attitude and striking details reveal an integrity to luxury. Portraits printed on silk and realized only with a closer look, embroideries have a frenetic etched quality; stones lose their reflection when covered in felt. Shades of camel are injected with Prussian blue, deep red and okra floral print. Proportion is created with volume added to the forearms of sleeves and bell shaped skirts on dresses and coats. Degradé Prince of Wales and mohair windowpane wool inject masculine charm. For evening, fluid ruffles and sculpted pleats wrap around a more constructed form; instinctive elegance.
To create the look: Hair Tutorial