Cropped mohair sweaters and princess coats put a 60s stamp on Carven's pre-Fall collection. 60s! Mohair! I'm already thinking about Nicholas Hoult wearing that white angora pullover in A Single Man. But Guillaume Henry's heroine is less skinny-dipping Californian and more sweet but moody Parisian teenager. Flared at the waist or fitted with printed linings, Carven's knits come in soft pink and patterned stripes. They're worn with high-waisted shorts or gathered skirts, and topped off with one of a selection of first-class wool coats. The small ruched details and feminine tailoring are classic Carven. It's like a dream of what ready-to-wear might have looked like in the era when the house only made couture.