Rochas Spring 2014 PFW
Views of the Eiffel Tower from the Theatre de Chaillot in a space transformed to showcase a lavish time warp proved to be the perfect setting for Rochas Spring 2014. Designer Marco Zanini went full throttle with luxe fabric and an appreciation for ornamentation. Inspired by a Tennessee Williams novel, a range of looks from that rose qualities of glass, frost, and related reflective surfaces engaged us at every turn.
Sizeable crystal necklaces were charming especially when paired with playful mules adorned with acid yellow or baby blue ostrich plumes. Shapley pieces had vintage hints with fullness at the helm in some styles, and more body formed in others. Poof for poise and ruffles for pretty the collection was femininity with degrees of flair. Burnout fabrics in floral patterns hit the spot with romantic dimension. Metallic pieces were sprinkled throughout for a touch of richness while accents of beading enhanced the sparkle appeal. fdmLOVES ROCHAS SPRING 2014 selects by Brigitte Segura, written by Sarah Freiseis.
(Photos: Alessandro Lucioni | IMAXTREE | Fashionwirepress)