16 April 2020

Rohmir AW20

Rohmir AW20

Comprising three acts and more than fifty separate looks, the Rohmir runway show was among of the longest at London Fashion Week. Nevertheless, quantity did not detract from the elegance that is very much characteristic of Olga Roh's collections. "Russian Mosaics" AW20 is inspired by the historic fashions and cultures of her native country, featuring styles reminiscent of those from the 1960s to as far back as the Russian Empire. Between acts, guests were treated to ballet performances by Kirill Burlov and Emma-Farnell Watson, including an opening dance to the Igor Stravinsky classic, "Petrushka". In comical contrast, the show would later conclude - somewhat fittingly - to the Boney M classic, "Rasputin", much to the delight of yours truly.

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