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Stephane RollandHaute Couture Spring Summer 2014 Paris

Runway Review
1/21/2014 Ed Kavishe/fashionwirepress.com

STEPHANE ROLLAND IN SEARCH OF SUNSHINE

Rolland's spring-summer couture show went in search of sunshine.

The designer, whose signature style venerates the natural beauty of fabrics like fine silk gazars and organzas, channeled vivid cadmium and canary yellows in his show, set off by a dash of white and black.

But what defined this particular Rolland show was that it moved in a delicate direction, uncluttering the silhouette by doing away with the aggressive spiked appliques of previous seasons.

Sweeps of silk flowed away from the body, providing a beautiful architectural look. And the final bridal gown had a great, organic fabric flourish in the back that really it made it feel like couture week.

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1/21/2014 Ed Kavishe/fashionwirepress.com

STEPHANE ROLLAND IN SEARCH OF SUNSHINE

Rolland's spring-summer couture show went in search of sunshine.

The designer, whose signature style venerates the natural beauty of fabrics like fine silk gazars and organzas, channeled vivid cadmium and canary yellows in his show, set off by a dash of white and black.

But what defined this particular Rolland show was that it moved in a delicate direction, uncluttering the silhouette by doing away with the aggressive spiked appliques of previous seasons.

Sweeps of silk flowed away from the body, providing a beautiful architectural look. And the final bridal gown had a great, organic fabric flourish in the back that really it made it feel like couture week.


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