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Roksanda SS15, womenswear, Dazed backstage
Backstage at Roksanda SS15Photography Philip Trengove

Roksanda SS15

Trademark oversized silhouettes and blocks of colour are reimagined through geometric prints and peplum details

Initial reaction:

Swooping sculptural arcs (in the form of peplums and loosely draped silhouettes) coursed through the ice cream palette, anchoring the softness of colour with architectural form. These 3D forms flattened into bright, abstract, 2D prints embellished with coloured discs, like the pieces of a Joan Miró mobile.

Summer sandals:

Not a wedge in sight – collaborating with British shoe designer Nicholas Kirkwood, Roksanda's sandals kept true to her signature asymmetrical aesthetic, yet in a surprisingly low heeled form. Thick tractor soled flats and bright shapes cut from raw leather added a street-ready edge an otherwise elegant collection. 

How they wore it:

Accessories were pared back, with only a single banded metal belt cinching the waists on a select few dresses. Even coats were without buttons, allowing the sleek minimalism of the Roksanda cut to take centre stage.