The opening designs featured a sumptuous metallic floral fabric of pink and green, which was reminiscent of mythical woodland nymphs. The look was imagined as a dress, jumpsuit, sleeveless top and tailored trouser coordinate. Next up were looks channeling a 1960s candyfloss vibe. Ballerina mesh and a pink ribbon ballerina belt that any Grace Kelly wannabe would be enamoured by were followed by a pink tweed shift and lace cover up, similar to a classic nightdress set.
Designs became increasingly dramatic as the show progressed. A shimmering pink gown with an angular bodice was especially breathtaking, as were the low backed gowns crafted from floral lace. Everything about the showcase embodied the designer’s love of the whimsical, from the music of serene harps and panpipes, to the decadent fabrics and voluptuous cuts. Simple hair and makeup completed the looks, with models wearing princess-style spiral curls and brown smoky eyes.
Rohmir may design with princesses in mind, but her scope reaches beyond those of the storybook variety. In fact, there were styles presented for every princess (real or aspiring), running the gamut from classic, full ball gowns to luxe jumpsuits and dramatic sequin dresses. There was even a little princess walking the catwalk, whose voluptuous dress reflected back the palette of green and pink that ran throughout the collection. Regardless of the style, crowns were - of course - compulsory.