Like caviar and champagne, Johanna Kuhl and Alexandra Fischer-Roehler are perfectly paired. The German designers met in Berlin when attending the Esmod fashion school and developed a label with a good dose of the tongue-in-cheek: kaviar gauche, a description of what the French called in "champagne socialist" in the 1960s. (from Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week).
But don’t be fooled by their clever name. This spring the dynamic duo embraced the idea of beauty (and for the most part) sans the irony. Irridescent shine, brilliant plumage of the modern persuasion and body-conscious silhouettes dominated the show while a select sampling of ethereally elegant pieces were parsed between the darker shades that flew down the runway.– Joanne Molina, Senior EditorSee the Top Ten Summer 2016 Trends for Women Over 40
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