Wednesday, February 14, 2018

NYFW: Inside Rosie Assoulin

Rosie Assoulin has been showing at fashion week for five years and each of her collections has taken a different turn while still maintaining a focus on her unique aesthetic. As an art form, Rosie has mastered the skill of creating finally crafted clothing that is both playful and stylish.



For fall 2018, Rosie was able to find the perfect balance between her magical statement pieces and false offer a flattering options of silhouettes. In addition, the designer added outerwear and expanded her daywear options. Two of the major pattern themes were colorful patchwork marbling and Jackson Pollock-like splatter prints.

Some of our favorite pieces from this season was a sparkle wrap dress with pink piping, which was shown with a long pink duster. We also loved the 'tweed' ensemble with rainbow ribbon. The bustier was sculpted perfectly with a belt belted and shown with matching pants and jacket. For daytime, we love the simplicity of a zip-up hoodie layered under a bushy faux fur coat and we would be  remiss to ignore the high wasted ball-skirt and halter top that is layered with rainbow crystals. It's a Rosie classic. (See pictures in the jump.)



As the collection expends, we hope that Rosie will continue to remain true to her roots. We love that she makes serious fashion fun and not arrogant. There is never a cliché and always something to will be sure toast you apart from the fray. Even among the fashion crowd.












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