Bold colorful swirls of Print at Roksanda Illincic
By Lizzy Bowring

London: Colour and conviction are what define the Roksanda woman. Bold swirls of print and colour combinations that might, if mixed by anyone else, …

Feb 24, 2015
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London: Colour and conviction are what define the Roksanda woman. Bold swirls of print and colour combinations that might, if mixed by anyone else, look like a psychedelic meltdown, in Roksanda’s exacting eye become feminine, modern, romantic and strong.  Understanding a woman, and being a woman that listens to her client is what has strengthened the signature of this brand. This season she updates the working woman’s wardrobe, and gives it a waist, a drop calf-length hem with a flattering A-line skirt and creates an edge of artistic authority and sense of the individual.  With rich furs to wools in plums, mustards and electric blue colour this collection mixed raw hemlines, jacquards, rich wools, tweeds to silk knits in silhouettes with impact and style.  These are clothes for women who want to wear fashion that have the same luxury and boldness as they demand from their life. Ankle skimming skirts were worn for day, with high polo necks and flared coat-dresses. Swirls gave way to sequined chequerboard print for cocktail hour in a collection as commercial as it was quirky. – Camilla Morton

Theme : The Thinker, The Artist, The Muse.

Key Items : Full skirted dresses / Polo nech sweaters / Belted fur coat / Neat-waisted jackets / Cropped wide leg trousers / Belted sheaths

Colour: Pink / Black / Plum / Electric blue / Mustard

Materials and Trim: Tussock woven knits / Wools / Tweeds / Sheepskin / Silk knits

Pattern and Print: Geometric and deco style swirls / Window pane squares

Accessories and Footwear: Fur bags and trims / Bold colour block curved heels / Metallic buckle belts.

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