Rochas Catwalk Fashion Show Paris FW2015

March 5, 2015 by  
Filed under Fashion, Milan, Paris, Trends, womenswear

Ninety already; Rochas is turning into a grande dame. A jubilee that did not antagonize Alessandro Dell’Acqua’s attempt to reach the modern woman though. For his third Rochas collection he did look back. At a collection from 1934, to be precise. Swallows was his theme of choice, which he translated through prints and embroideries. Dell´Acqua´s choice of fabric was delicate and winter proof. Even his cocktail dresses were made out of the softest, warmest teddy like materials. Meanwhile lace and fur, velvet and sheerness magically merged together. In a palette of caramel browns as well as silver, grey, navy, burgundy and a surprising touch of yellow. The show´s feminine silhouette was visible through midi skirts, dresses and coats; not a pair of pants at sight. Waists were accentuated, bow blouses elegantly tied and body parts gracefully covered. A classical image, yet one with a definite modern appeal. The proof that age is just a number and Rochas, led by Dell´Acqua, still has what it takes.

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