By Marcellous L. Jones
February 1, 2014
Paris, France – For grand couturier Spring/Summer 2014 is situated somewhere dawn and dusk. He employs morphing effects to express femininity.
The collection has lots of voluminous pieces with long, tight-fitting waistlines and gentle movement pieces on the shoulders. Though the butterfly is not the leitmotif, one cannot help thinking about it, particularly as one sees the silhouettes placed in motion through space and time.
The collection does has no obviously draped pieced. The cocktail dresses appear in halter form. They are cut below the knees and feature lots of detailing.
Yellow, black and white are the favorite colors of Rolland. He uses them in his silhouettes cut with open backs. Some shapes are like a futuristic takes from Cardin even Corrèges. In this way, the grand couturier is allowed to tame his volumes while still maintaining important levels of fluidity.