For the 2011/12 winter, the designer for Carven Guillaume Henry wanted pratical, yet feminine shoes. His choice went to Robert Clergerie, for a comfortable elegance.
It is true that these two brands have things in common: Robert Clergerie, a reputed French maison, designs high-quality, walkable shoes. Carven began in Paris too, and Clergerie somehow reminds us of the city's cobblestones.
The series of shoes that was born from this collaboration includes moccassins, very urban, although raised on wedge heels in order to combine comfort with femininity. Depending on the model, they put together leather and velvet, flannel and python or satiny calfskin.