Runway Report: Rochas Fall 2015

It was a journey back to the consequential shapes of the 1930s at Rochas Fall 2015 presentation.  We saw a compendium of swallow prints, military cuts, and substantial, thick wool dresses with stiff bows.

The color palette only added to the drama – Jonquil yellow, stark brown, black and powder blue.  Coats consisted of wide lapels and were sleek but thick, boxy, and particularly streamlined – some even embellished with freestanding fur pockets.  The thick wools were followed by translucent dresses – paneled, pleated, and pressed.

The collection was exceptionally flattering and the shapes highly desirable   – something Alessandro Dell’Aqua always does well.

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