This is so exciting!! The White Room are collaborating with Roc and Doll, Sheffield’s individual and bespoke fashion label to bring unique couture and inspiring new 2013 designs to White Room brides (and those who just love clothes!)
Why you ask? Well Lucy Bennett is an inspirational designer, someone who loves The White Room and the gowns we champion and really wanted to pair up with us to share her designs with our brides so they too can pair their amazing wedding gown with an individual hen party outfit, perhaps fall in love with a modern bridesmaids gown? Or find a fashion forward honeymoon dresses to wow the new hubby or just treat yourself to a beautiful new winter wardrobe staple!
WHEN? SUNDAY 21st OCTOBER
TIME: 12pm to 5pm open house
Roc and Doll sits right on the cusp of feminine; an edgy, directional label developed by Lucy Bennett and her strive to bring fashion forward design to the forefront of the independent dress market! Pairing up with The White Room, we are turning the bridal boutique in to a fashion show house, allowing all to see one off pieces, new 2013 collections and allowing all to be the envy of all your friends by picking up a unique designer piece. Perfect for the bride looking for a unique bridesmaid look, the girl needing a new winter staple or a statement dress for the forthcoming Christmas parties…
Not only has Lucy dressed celebrities, including Coronation Street star, Paula Lane, who wore her Roc and Dol label on the red carpet at The National Television Awards (below) she also won Meadowhall’s ‘In New Designers We Trust’ (pipping Kelly-Ann Garforth’s Klue by Kelly-Ann, Keeley Hardy’s Harpers Women’s wear and Maria Franco’s ‘Maria Franco’).
Lucy’s label has strong silhouettes and such a defined signature that offers women great design and luxurious fabrics, including the famous ‘cape’ which she brings to 2013, perfect to wear all through winter and beyond!
And new for 2013? The aftermath of a Nucleur War is the opening scene for the Autumn/Winter collection from Roc and Doll. The collection takes shape through seams and panels, in contrasting fabrics. Segmented styles offer a futuristic element to the range, and there are lots of military and war influences through detailing such as zips and piping. The range offers smart casual, easy-to-wear pieces that are a continuation of the best selling styles and new pieces including an exclusively designed apocolyptic print.
The colour palette is dark and consists of black, grey and khaki, with a contrasting peach to reflect the igniting of a bomb burst. Drapey tailoring, tight figure hugging dresses and wool and lace evoke a thought provoking, moody collection perfect as the dark days draw in…
We will be opening our doors to everyone from 12pm on Sunday 21st October 2012 so come along and see her amazing collection for yourself!