This season, the designer behind the famous evening-wear brand Rohmir impressed once again. To start off the show, a ballerina entered the catwalk and introduced Olga Roh’s new collection ‘Shall we Dance’ with delicate choreography to set the mood of her design.
Print embroidered organza, Roh’s signature structured trousers and evening gowns were just some of the styles we saw on the catwalk this season. The show started off with a beautiful ballet dancer, dressed in an organza dress, embroidered with red and white flowers.
The collection showcased exquisite eveningwear ranging from maxi to knee-length dresses, skirts matched with embroidered tops and suits. Roh featured her signature structured trouser suit in silk and embroidered lace, but with various twists. She brought the peplum jacket and top back on show, styling looks with both cigarette and flared trousers.
Each colour palette within the collection was broken up with a dance performance, highlighting the different colours within the collection. The colour palette was varied this season, featuring everything from distinguished gold, rose red and classic navy. Every time a new colour was about to come on show – a new choreography was featured, with the ballet dancer in a beautifully embroidered dress adding a fresh primary colour to the collection.
Rohmir also showcased children’s clothing this season, with children walking the catwalk hand in hand with the other models. This gave the show a touch of personal relation as it looked like sisters rocking the catwalk together. The children’s wear featured beautifully layered silk, wool capes, sewn metallic wool and evening gowns. We also saw garments embroidered with lace and printed flowers in organza, matching the women’s wear.
Roh maintained the signature feminine touch of her brand through her newest creation, however, successfully added a bit of edge with symmetrical lines and darker colours this season.
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Text: Lene Hille
Images: Rob Case