Roxet Style & Fashion debuts with the new Fall Winter 2016/2017 Collection after Feeric Fashion Week and showcased with No3NYFW Platform during New York Fashion Week on September 12nd, 2016 at The 69th Regiment Armory located at 68 Lexington Avenue between East 25th and 26th Streets in the Rose Hill section of Manhattan, New York City.
The focus of the brand is on the growth of it on the international market and to show in a new way the links between elegance, art and design through new creative processes of the fabrics. Roxet Style’s Roxana Pirvu Designer is rebel of a sort, passionate champion of romance in an age of cynicism. If one knows anything about romance, the most interesting thing of this collection is the celebration of the woman for whom no adornment is too much. Beaded embellishment? The designer says bring it on. Sheer-on-sheer construction? The designer says watch me work.
The Fall / Winter 2016 ‘’Rozan’’ is a stellar collection inspired by imperfect beauty, but at the same time with linear references to the sartorial iconoclasm of the early époque. In a nod to that era’s modernist theatricality with classical allusions of its own, the models will wear golden pieces and walked in bare. Some gowns, particularly a nude interlude, would have the turned the godly feeling of the elegance. Others drew from a broad palette of earthy neutral to lilla, beige and black, all muted ever so slightly, as if by time. While far from plain, the clothes weren’t overly decorated, as the designers made careful use of obvious sparkle. More often, they created interest with fabric treatments — an intricate patchwork of brocades, hand-made details on fabrics and giant flowers embroidered at the hem of a pristine beige gown. Models will show on the runway in the most precious of jeweled gowns with embroidered and sequined detailing delicately covering all the right places.
Photo Credits: Adina Koptiev