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Carolina Herrera Dresses Prove To Be A Cut Above The Rest

February 9, 2013

Shopping By Design: Miami’s 18-square-block Design District has opened the world of interior design to the public, with dozens of leading-edge furnishing showrooms and art galleries, including Holly Hunt, Odegard, and Art Basel. Art Night events are held the second Saturday of each month.

Venezuelan designer, Carolina Herrera presented her ‘Fall 2012 Collection’ at New York Fashion Week on Monday, February 13, 2012 at Lincoln Center New York.

Hugely admired and revered on the social circuit for her innate sense of style, Herrera career began after she was encouraged into the realms of design by fashion bastion Diana Vreeland and her friend, Count Rudi Crespi and she has never looked back. Although aspiration is clearly a family trait as Herrera father became the Governor of Caracas, her professional ambitions have never hindered her from a growing family. Herrera is the mother of four, with two daughters from her first marriage to Guillermo Behrens Tello and two daughters from her marriage in 1968 to then TV presenter and now Vanity Fair magazine special-projects editor, Reinaldo Herrera Guevara.

Funky Chic: Everything from kitschy boutiques to mid-century antiques can be found at Miami’s still up-and-coming Biscayne Corridor neighborhood, on Biscayne Boulevard between 50th-79th Streets.

Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue are the best stores to shop for high-profile designer evening gowns. Here, you can find gowns and evening dresses in latest style and in every range. The average designer gowns and dresses range in between $100 to $400. The top-tier dresses and gowns, on the other hand, cost between $500 to $5000 or more. So, just go for your style and buy one to catch the perfect celebrity look!!

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