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When the final model walked down the Carolina Herrera runway in a floor-length, billowing gown that looked like a huge white shirt, it was a playful nod in two ways.White shirts aside, Gordon, who succeeded Herrera as creative director a year ago, was mainly interested in color this season. Lots of color, including bold oranges and blues, and a yellow not for the fainthearted that Gordon calls "taxicab yellow". Gordon said there was a natural evolution into bolder and more relaxed looks.
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