It’s all about relaxed glamour at Rachel Roy, as she references the graphic black-and-white palette and bold color combinations of Cuban artist Amelia Peláez. According to Roy, “it’s a fantasy of Forties Havana.” She pays homage to the woman’s figure, emphasizing the waist with banded details on chic dresses, structured A-line frocks, loose and easy trousers, a playful rope-print top and a simple yet elegant strapless gown.

It’s all about relaxed glamour at Rachel Roy, as she references the graphic black-and-white palette and bold color combinations of Cuban artist Amelia Peláez. According to Roy, “it’s a fantasy of Forties Havana.” She pays homage to the woman’s figure, emphasizing the waist with banded details on chic dresses, structured A-line frocks, loose and easy trousers, a playful rope-print top and a simple yet elegant strapless gown.

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