NEW YORK FASHION WEEK: ROSIE ASSOULIN AUTUMN WINTER 2017

Posted on by Cameron Tewson

Parachute top with ruffled sleeves, ball-skirt in pastel-green, purple total-look made of eye-catchy ‘marble’ fabric, lemon pantsuit, patch-worked robe-dress, another blouse with voluminous ruffles like that dancing girl emoji in the red dress. This could only mean one brand, two words – Rosie Assoulin.

The dreamy wardrobe for autumn-winter 2017 collection. Being New York’s queen of contemporary eveningwear and smile worthy everyday essentials, Assoulin invited her guests to a contemporary presentation just on Washington Street, which not only is the presentation a suitable way to let the editors observe the Assoulin girl in motion – it was also an occasion to celebrate the designer’s debut footwear line. But this was admittedly not the best. Assoulin was inspired with fancy interiors and those little, meticulously crafted details such as chair legs and doorknobs, which, if you ask me, cheapened the Autumn Winter 2017 collection.

While other designers get melancholic this season, Rosie’s signature optimism stays for good. But who wouldn’t feel cheerful, wearing one of those floral slip-dresses next autumn? You may need a jacket or cover up though.

One thing is for sure, there will be plenty of looks from this collection used on the red carpet.

 

 

 

 

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