If you haven’t explored Roland Mouret SS15 collection yet, you should definitely do it now. Having as a central theme desire, the collection plays with the notion of textures combining; the modern and the classic, the romantic and the sensual, symmetry and asymmetry, monochrome and polychrome, as well as multiple fabrics all in one piece.
Narrow and a-line, plain as well as with laser-cut dresses, pencil and voluminous skirts with handmade linear fringe trim and diagonal paneling details, topped with collar blouses, all in a coluor palette of mainly summery shades comprised of watermelon green, white, red and a playful polychrome of light blue, peachy orange, black, white and sugary pink but also a few slightly diaphanous linen total black looks.
The cotton grey trousers matched with zippered tops and the Classico handbags or clutches, the buggy shorts topped with comfy shirts and the multi-coloured jumpsuits offer a sporty edge while the 3D-floral appliques on cropped and asymmetric garments add an idea of blossomy freshness. This is an effortlessly delicate and feminine collection.
by Xenia Founta
Images courtesy of Media Vision