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Editorial

Carolina Herrera’s show was held at the Museum of Modern Art and it was the first time the institution had allowed its space to be used for a fashion show. It was certainly an honour for the designer, who returned the favour with an optimistic, polychrome collection, perhaps as a homage to the exhibited works. But aside from the bright colours, there was no artsy reference; just clean daywear mainly comprising dresses with big shoulders, tiny waist with or without a belt and airy skirts with pleats or draping. As well as colour, there were also polka dots, stripes, floral and tile motifs, while the evening wear included iridescent lamé and sequins with a silhouette-enhancing hourglass shape. Special mention goes to the two-colour court shoes made in collaboration with Manolo Blahnik.