Stéphane Rolland presented his new haute couture collection, Autumn-Winter 2017-2018 at the Opéra Bastille in Paris. The designer celebrated his ten years of creations, presenting a collection, bore the unknown footprint of Rolland, with the timeless dichotomy of black and white always in the background.
A performance and a spectacular atmosphere for this parade thanks to the participation of the concert pianist Claire-Marie Le Guay and the opera singer Béatrice Uria Monzon. Stéphane Rolland presented his collection “as a musical score, lyrical and in search of the essential, going back to its roots”.
This collection, and as powerful as the clean cut of their long crepe waistcoats, is dressed with accented, yet emotional shoulders in their distinctive details: a cape, a veil apparently frozen at the moment when the breeze transforms it, Shakes freely or strips of golden leaves running On the shoulder or on the side of a dress.

The search for the perfect silhouette stretches throughout the collection, just as the long Rolland dresses that flare the ankles lengthen the figure. The cuts are minimalist, refined, but far from austere, split-cut dresses and pure effects adding a seductive allure to the looks in which emotion is shaped by art. The foliage motif is a return to Calder’s mobile sculptures, a corset cleavage is decorated with Art Deco design, a sculpted scalp has a tribal totem feel. The jewelry is woven into the dresses, its powerful presence is the mark of a strong personality.
Crédit: RRL/Voltem Magazine
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