Alessandro Dell’Acqua continues to shape the image of his very personal Rochas woman. For pre-fall, the designer developed a convincing collection, which — crafted from the brand’s signature precious materials — was imbued with a more contemporary, dynamic feel.

 

Next to the opulent and hyper feminine silk dresses with devore velvet flowers and an allover sequined one-shoulder gown with a sweet satin bow, Dell’Acqua delivered a range of linear coats and suits with a masculine attitude. Their quite severe look was softened by lightweight silk blouses, apron dresses and high-slit skirts, all worked in an exquisite color palette of camel, mint green, powder pink and baby blue. These hues were used also for the covetable long-hair shearling coats, while a range of separates and dresses in a pretty floral pattern had a dark, nocturnal attitude.

By  on December 22, 2015

Alessandro Dell’Acqua continues to shape the image of his very personal Rochas woman. For pre-fall, the designer developed a convincing collection, which — crafted from the brand’s signature precious materials — was imbued with a more contemporary, dynamic feel.

 

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