Carolina Herrera Fall 2013 Collection was the most special and fabulous fashion show that I have seen in New York Fashion Week this season.
Carolina Herrera takes her inspiration from music.... and for me music is the key
for a great fashion show.
It was exquisite. The collection embodies a strong heroine with svelte silhouettes, a hint of the 40s, tiny waists and the flirty movement of the skirts.
When I said music was the main key, it's because Carolina Herrera commissioned a musical score inspired by Beethoven's Kreutzer Violin Sonata. Collaborating with London-based composer Tom Hodge and Dj Music Director Javier Peral, they created a score, titled "Capriccio for Carolina", possesses all the romanticism, drama and fantasy of Beethoven but done in a modern way.
It was magic to be there ...so please see the fashion show in the video below... and if you want to know more about this fabulous project between these talented artists, watch the interview that
between fashion and music.
I really love to be part of this special and magic runway show!
Thanks a lot!
One of the best day for me at New York Fashion Week!
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