REVIEW: SIMONE ROCHA FALL WINTER 2018

Posted on by Cameron Tewson

Every body loves Simone Rocha including me and she can never go wrong with her signature dresses with ‘leg of mutton’ sleeves and meticulous embroideries – her customers clearly adore them.

The collection was filled with Rocha classics, this time around, the designer immersed herselft into Victorian-era fashion and brought lots of bows, ruffles and ornaments that richly decorated the bustlines.  Although Victoriana is a hard thing to do for contemporary designers. She’s pulls it off like no other, making her delightful gowns look precious, but not over-dressed or forced.

But lets be honest – its cute but its tiring.

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