Roland Mouret has been pushing himself to evolve from the precisely tailored, curve-hugging dresses for which he is known. “A petite woman’s worries are very different than a size 12 customer, who’s a little older,” said Mouret. “But I want them all to feel great.” On that note, the designer sought to appeal to a broad range of body types, offering fitted and slouchy silhouettes, all of which incorporated color and Mouret’s signature origami details. For those seeking sleek, there was a tailored black-and-white jumpsuit, bright peplum tops and zipper-back pencil skirts. More generous cuts included a series of draped tops and cocoon dresses that featured a folded detail at the hip to elevate the design quotient.

Roland Mouret has been pushing himself to evolve from the precisely tailored, curve-hugging dresses for which he is known. “A petite woman’s worries are very different than a size 12 customer, who’s a little older,” said Mouret. “But I want them all to feel great.” On that note, the designer sought to appeal to a broad range of body types, offering fitted and slouchy silhouettes, all of which incorporated color and Mouret’s signature origami details. For those seeking sleek, there was a tailored black-and-white jumpsuit, bright peplum tops and zipper-back pencil skirts. More generous cuts included a series of draped tops and cocoon dresses that featured a folded detail at the hip to elevate the design quotient.

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