French international designer, Stéphane Rolland chose the black and white colors to present along with gold to create a very elegant and chic spring-summer 2021 collection.
Selecting a design to wear from international fashion shows is difficult as it is not suitable as wearable clothes for many and the justification is that these designs are made only for on-stage shows.
However, Rolland always cared to present innovative and wearable designs at the same time, which is perhaps why his designs are seen a lot in the Arab world and worn by women and celebrities.
Veteran Egyptian actress Yousra, Arwa Gouda and others were spotted wearing his designs this year.
* Source of inspiration
The new collection was inspired by the paintings as well as metal and marble sculptures of the Spanish artist Manolo Valdés.
It also featured creative and innovative designs, in which the designer blended white, black and gold colors and presented new degrees.
* Wearable designs
The French designer is interested in presenting artistic and at the same time wearable designs, attracting women, who can wear it on important occasions, thus we find the designs have modesty.
If he is asked to make the model appear more modest, it would not affect the design’s idea or its attractiveness.
The designer visited several Arab countries for many years and has a passion for the oriental spirit.
He has also been to Lebanon for several years, which he visited upon the invitation of the president of the ESMOD Institute to be the head of the jury for graduation projects of the new batch of young fashion designers studying at the institute.
* White splendor
Rolland presented several white designs, which were featured in feminine and attractive styles, including a white dress that was presented in an elegant cut.
The collection also featured designs with white pearls and golden hand embroidery.
* Golden color
The golden color, with its degrees, came as a guest of honor in the black and white spring-summer 2021 collection, though elegance and attractiveness designs blended in black and white.
Contributed by Yara Sameh