Runway Report: Rochas Fall 2017

Rochas Fall 2017 superwoman is a dominatrix and one exceptionally well pulled-together.  She is slightly equestrian, but toned and soft with a bit of an edge.  The label, famous for its whimsical ‘40s and ‘50s influences, presents a collection equal parts quixotic and brave – with prim midi dresses and cashmere knits, surprisingly hollowed in the back, revealing flashes of bare skin. The collars, sleeve trims, and shoes were decorated with luminous crystal jewels, adding to the drama of the show.

There were multiple fringe gowns with striking movement momentum and volume, as well as sheer black lace column dresses that publicized the silhouette masked underneath. Relaxed tailoring is definitely still en vogue, and Rochas Fall pallet is slightly more blush than expected with pastel green, nudes, and soft pinks making an appearance.

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