Fairy-tale inspired gowns adorned with floral lace in light pink hues began the theatrical showcase which is traditional of a Rohmir show. Whimsical flute harmonies played as contemporary ballerina dresses flew down the runway. Dancers exhibited a halter neck, diamanté embodied dress in an enchanting fashion. 

 

Ogla Roh, Swiss fashion designer and creative director of Rohmir blends elegant textiles and delicate embroidery with modern styles which were apparent throughout the show. Blush pink satin trousers worn with boucle tailored jackets detailed with buttons, added a sophisticated element to the already luxurious garments. 

Photography by Erefua Boakye

The show progressed further, and the rhythm developed as we watched transparent PVC trench coats with lace trims, deep red and gold dresses and jewelled tiaras reiterate the regal inspirations. Each collection by Ogla Roh attempts to bring you on a journey through her imaginative designs this was apparent through themes of female empowerment. The intricate designs beautifully demonstrated the craftsmanship that is apparent throughout Rohmir’s designs.  

 

Rohmir as a label is a sophisticated combination of Parisian couture with a dash of Italian influence that is inspired by the ‘Garconne era’ of the 20’s and 30’s. 

The luxury, ready-to-wear label was born in Monaco and Paris in 2007 and encapsulates femininity with wearable modern, chic styles. 

 

 

Words by Ellie Pinder

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