Carolina Herrera calls 40-year-old women with long hair and jeans “ridiculous”

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A decade ago, Carolina Herrera gave an interview to the official magazine of New York Fashion Week. In it, he was asked about the redevelopment of an area in southern Manhattan that would become a major attraction for citizens and tourists. His response was blunt: “I will never move below 59th Street.” It's where the very touristy and iconic New York begins and the Upper East Side ends, the city's wealthiest neighborhood and designer residence.

By: Clarion

With her white shirt, short blonde hair and pearls, Carolina Herrera, 85, embodies the elegance of New York high society better than anyone. However, María Carolina Josefina Pacanins Nino (her real name until she changed her last name when she married Reynaldo Herrera), was born on January 8, 1939, in Caracas, into one of Venezuela's most wealthy and influential families.

Carolina Herrera usually gives the image of strict and classicist and she is uncompromising in matters of fashion, style and elegance, which has earned her more than one controversy. She last acted in 2020, in an interview with the Daily Mail: “Only classless women after 40 have long hair.” A phrase that angered social networks is now trending again, three years later, after his old statements went viral.

She explained: “A woman should age gracefully, not try to be an age she's not, or she'll look ridiculous. I see so many women on the street, from behind, they're so beautiful with long hair and short skirts. But when they turn around … ah, they Getting old!

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