Saturday, 16 February 2013

John Rocha






   Today we saw John Rocha display his AW13 collection, inspired once again by textures and colours found in varying landscapes and paintings, in particular Wicklow and the Sally Gap in the Irish countryside and the bold, bright palettes of English artist, Gary Hume.

   His collection, consisting of a-line shapes often adorned with beautiful textured flowers was complimented by raw, ethereal headpieces that we also saw a glimpse of in his SS13 season.



   Once again Rocha presents a beautiful range of ingenious fabrics that seem to mesh effortlessly with each other and alongside the candy-coloured clutches that I'm just aching to get my hands on.


  Without a doubt this was another success from the LFW veteran.


Photos by iMAXTREE.
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