ROMERO BRYAN: Color, Draping & Feminine Sensuality
December 9, 2015
By Marcellous L. Jones
Photos by Drazen Zigic
Novi Sad, Serbia – Soft, gentle, romantic and delicate are the immediate words that may be applied to the new collection British designer Romero Bryan. The work is very very consistent. This is due to the fact that the designer has especially paid attention to the “fil conducteur” or defining line of the collection.
The domination of silks goes far beyond the first notice. As the material of choice, we find it in both bold colors of sunflower yellow, red, aubergine, etc. and soft colors of pastel green, blue, etc. And of course there is the indispensable black, which is portrayed as light-permitting. They are used to create the soft draping and flutterings.
As the collection evolves, Romero Bryan adds variety. We find knots, ropes and sequins. The best look is without a doubt the black large and straight cut trousers. It is worn with a blouse also in black that retraces the themes from earlier in the collection.
The last portion of the collection includes a beautiful evening gown in black velvet with a deep plunging backline. The half sleeves are done in both velvet and leather. He finishes the collection with a white gown in sequins as a tip of the hat to the high profile events to come. This creation is very conservative with a train. Its success depends 100% on the silhouette of the woman who wear it.