Dear Tinted Viewers,
Right after landing a much sought after cooperation with the global megabrand H& M, the Irish developer Simone Rocha has provided us an one of type collection blending the outlines between innocence and rebellion, entitled “ The Winter Roses”.
For the Autumn/Winter 21, the designer discovered the depths of the girl gothic romanticism, but this time around with a story of the winter season rose which begins using a hard, protective shell… simply to be broken down and disclose its full blossomed attractiveness.
“We all of feel very kind of internal right now; I wanted to look after that frailty, but give it a more difficult shell. I like how, at the start of the collection things show up tight and closed, yet throughout the collection, the woman flowers open until the leathers are simply strapped on. The cover breaks down, but the tulle maintains its strength. ” the particular designer explained.
In Simone Rocha’ t work, there lies a good admiration for the imperfect… it really is present in the twisted silk and tulle swirling to the shape of roses, the combination of contrasting materials and extra-large asymmetric silhouettes which lay down carelessly on the body. The celebration of youthful chasteness and femininity.
The designer expressed this time, she was also considering clothes “in a protecting and practical way, which delivered me to the leather plus taking something very protecting and seeing how I can manipulate it into some thing more feminine”
A juxtaposition of materials and constructions indeed. Vulnerable tulles, satins and hand-made embroideries were guarded below leather biker jackets. “ Fragile rebels” as the developer called them, giving all of us a glimpse of exactly what punk may be for Simone Rocha. Exactly the type of clothing Gen-Z would love to wear.