Carven’s rich history begins in the 1950s as a new interpretation of fashion that challenged the standard couture dressing of the era. With fresh, sporty yet feminine separates, the line quickly appealed to royals and early Hollywood film stars alike. Decades later, the French ready-to-wear house was brought back to light by designer Guillaume Henry, who infused a democratic, Parisian spirit to versatile knits, shirts and dresses.
Carven remains classically French and inherently feminine with a spirit of rebellion. Carven appeals to the woman who appreciates proper French tailoring, but is looking for a unique touch that exceeds expectations.