Marking the 10th anniversary of her label, Rachel Roy revisited her early ethos. “I designed what I wanted and needed and what I thought would work,” she said. It was a step in the right direction, delivered with sophistication and subtle charm.

Roy juxtaposed the relaxed with more elegant, tailored styles, often mixing materials to graphic effect. The oversize jacket was a key look. A gray wool peacoat topped a T-shirt done in stripes of Chantilly lace, hand-painted silk and metallic leather and a lace-and-wool skirt.

A group in Venetian red, featuring several party dresses, could come in handy for the milestone celebrations.

Marking the 10th anniversary of her label, Rachel Roy revisited her early ethos. “I designed what I wanted and needed and what I thought would work,” she said. It was a step in the right direction, delivered with sophistication and subtle charm.


Roy juxtaposed the relaxed with more elegant, tailored styles, often mixing materials to graphic effect. The oversize jacket was a key look. A gray wool peacoat topped a T-shirt done in stripes of Chantilly lace, hand-painted silk and metallic leather and a lace-and-wool skirt.

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