Rohmir's Voyage

Swiss luxury fashion brand, Rohmir explores the influence of haute couture and the idea of ‘body sculpting without surgery’. Olga Roh is the chief designer and group creative director of the brand.

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This season’s ‘Voyage’ collection is dedicated to the new, golden 1920s, full of joy, fun, dreams and travels. The show opened with a traveller joining the audience. As the models walked on to Sergio Mendes’ song, ‘Mas Que Nada’, the traveller seemed to fall in love with each outfit.

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From romantic floral prints to simple business silhouettes, this collection has everything. It isn’t just about a relaxing holiday somewhere faraway, it’s also about those business trips where you can attend events. The public seemed delighted with each creation, their faces lit up as each new outfit appeared on the catwalk. 

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The show took a romantic turn when the evening dresses were introduced. The models walked to the song, ‘La Bohème’, in dresses embellished with sequins and feathers. Rohmir addresses it’s designs to an active and travelling business woman, with her flamboyant way of changing from desk to dinner.

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Written by Calina Muresan

Photography by Deborah Smith and Olivia Ferrara Forbes

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