Runways x Adornment + Theory - Roksanda Fall RTW 2020
Do you ever feel like it's always fashion week ... somewhere? We here at A+T are avid lovers of runway commentary and interesting shows, and the first to discuss when we've been let down by an established brand or thrilled by a newcomer. And while our feelings about the Fall 2020 runway stateside could best be described as "mostly-positive-but-mixed" (pop in to chat with store manager Bianca about this), London fared a bit better. Perhaps the city's damp and shimmering streets pairs best with the crispness and layering of autumn, but whatever it was... the season inspired a colorful revolt with unexpected textures and silhouettes from Simone Rochas, Erdem, Preen, Christopher Kane, and Tisci's Burberry. Oh..and everything was red.red.red.
But while we loved all the shows, Roksanda Ilincic's 2020 Fall RTW stole our hearts in truest form. Known since 2005 for her splashes of color, flawless tailoring and shapes, and perfectly-placed volume, it's no wonder she's a favorite of everyone from the movie-star set to this humble writer (who wore one of her cerise dresses to just about every darn wedding in 2018). Her pieces are the stuff of dreams, of easy-dressing and movement. This collection played with unexpected color (celery + mauve + moss...oh my!) as it seemingly undulated down the runway. There was also a sense of craft, not just in the fabrications, but the art of truly dressing a woman -- and we are here for it.
Shared below are a few favorites from the collection paired with some of our favorite adornments from the store. Enjoy!