Roland Mouret Spring/Summer 2014 RTW – Paris Fashion Week

You have never seen such a stunning splash of vivacious colors, combinations of subtle designs and mixture of delicate and creative outlines in one place. The new Roland Mouret spring/summer 2014 collection is ready to astound you with the elegant French sophistication and experience. The dazzling, absolutely artistic and attractive apparels will take the watcher to an imaginative world of sweetness and romance where no problems ever existed.

Roland Mouret Spring/Summer 2014 RTW - Paris Fashion Week
The looks showcased during Paris Fashion Week are mostly suited for evening parties to stun everyone with your exquisite delicacy and gifted taste. There are also some street apparel options that are just hot and charming and will definitely make you the center of the attention even in busy Manhattan, where everyone is rushing carelessly. The graphic punches and futuristic tones of squares will emphasize your unique character and inventive individuality.
Before the show the designer said backstage: “Since I am a kid, I love the contradiction of this place.” And the place is abstract view of the structures in the peaceful and calm environment of the park. You can absolutely notice this contrast in his original looks. Coziness is combined with much femininity, comfort with mild subtleness.
The different hues of absolutely catchy colors splashed together also create an inventive diversity. The designer mainly uses black and white, rose with almost violet blue, and the relaxing azure of the seas and skies. Different fabrics and materials are used to give the outfits a punkish touch that looks adorable. The Roland Mouret spring/summer 2014 collection is also brushed with 80s elements.

Roland Mouret Spring/Summer 2014 RTW - Paris Fashion Week

Roland Mouret Spring/Summer 2014 RTW - Paris Fashion Week

Roland Mouret Spring/Summer 2014 RTW - Paris Fashion Week
The black and white stripes are important details for the dresses. You see it on skirts, tops and even leather coats. The little cute dress with a turquoise leather top and simple cotton bottom all in stripes is a stunning choice for casual important meetings. The strapless décolleté dress with black-and-white stripes all over will absolutely make you desirable and enticing.
If you are looking for new outfits for you spring 2014 wardrobe to make you more confident and artistic, show your original and unique individuality, the Roland Mouret spring/summer 2014 collection is right for you.

Roland Mouret Spring/Summer 2014 RTW - Paris Fashion Week

Roland Mouret Spring/Summer 2014 RTW - Paris Fashion Week

Roland Mouret Spring/Summer 2014 RTW - Paris Fashion Week

Photos courtesy of WWD

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