The lookbook for the 2014 Fall Haute-Couture collection created by Stéphane Rolland is presented by the one and only Spanish model Nieves Alvarez. The French designer delivered a range of designs that perfectly match his signature style. Voluminous skirts, see-through fabrics, transparent panels, overwhelming trains and over-sized details were used to create sophisticated dress designs. Apart from the gowns, the collection also included a fringed red jumpsuit which was earlier seen on the Spanish TV presenter right before the official presentation as a sneak peak of the collection.
My favorite dress of the collection is the one above. I love everything about it and I hope we’ll get to see it on the red carpet. The black velvet, transparent skirt and thin gold belt create the ideal form of elegance. You can see the entire collection on Stéphane Rolland’s official website: click here.
Winter is very soon coming to an end and I am happily looking forward to spring, as are the designers. Recently, the elites presented their spring haute couture collections and obviously I had to peek at each and one of them. There was something about Stéphane Rolland’s runway looks that immediately drew my attention. The sheer simplicity and the perfect tayloring were transported into a classic minimalistic perfection that centered on the two classic antagonist colours: black and white. You can see the collection here: wwd.com.
I haven’t really covered any Parisian street style that went on during the haute couture fashion week, but Stéphane Rolland’s monochrome collection gives me the perfect reason to do so and point out the timeless vibe of white in outfits and elegant black details.