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Editorial

Carolina Herrera is leaving her role as creative director. It was announced before her final show, held at the Museum of Modern Art, that she would be moving into an ambassadorial role and making room for her right-hand man, Wes Gordon. The collection perfectly summed up the Herrera codes of timeless elegance and bon-ton that does not need sweatshirts and side bands to gain a following. The focus was on one of her classics, the white shirt, which opened the show paired with a black skirt and loose black trousers, and returned in the finale teamed with extra-long pleated skirts with a wide belt in an array of different colours. The rest were mainly midi or long cocktail or evening dresses embellished with feathers and vivid colours, beads and bright three-dimensional embroidery.