We are experimental in style, but orthodox in execution. We draw on our sculptural explorations of the body, object and space.
It is around a scenic performance that the fashion house Karoline Lang has chosen to present its latest Fall-Winter 20/21 collection, thus shedding light on seven women with unique destinies. They are actresses, models or artists, all coming from different backgrounds, they display in this scenography their similarities and particularities, recomposing altogether a painting straight out of the Renaissance. Each one of these woman opted for a different piece from the collection, wearing the garment felt like a second skin and highlighting the architectural and structured lines of the Karoline Lang brand.
Yousra Mohsen, dances on the arid mountain tops of Lebanon. A long red velvet dress, open at the back, drapes over her body, defining her figure and her movements. Dancing alongside are seven Lebanese women with active voices in the arts, style and fashion.
We celebrate the woman’s sensuality through precise and detailed tailoring. We carve, cut and slice in order to accurately define the body and its movements. Our garments are like a second skin, fitting with disciplined elegance and comfort. Our philosophy is driven by the woman’s capacity for self-expression. Our inspirations are diverse, from the disciplined rationality of modernist architecture, the warm colors and exuberant details of Renaissance painting, the exalted bodies of dancers to the harsh contrasts of nature.