Roland Mouret's Galaxy dress in 2005, was ionic in its design, so when I found out that he was launching a new collection of minidresses, I was, wow, over the moon.
I would drool over these dresses, but I wouldn't want to ruin them.
They are a-mazing. These dresses are so fresh and sleek, and from high hemline up they are perfection in cocktail form.
Nowadays, with so many different styles and trend flying about it is hard to just find the dress. You know that one that you just fall head over heels in love with and want to eat it you love it so much.
Actually I had that with a dress a few years ago. It was sea green with a velvet bodice and then a crepe skirt in emerald green. And I did love it so much that I wanted to eat it and store it in my tummy forever. To bad my sister beat me to the punch, literally.
Anyhow deterring from my strange childhood. Have you seen these dresses? The rainbow has been redefined and transformed in to an astronomically beautiful set of dresses.
My favourite has to be the blue, which originally I though was grey, but, te he, that's just my eyes going funny. Or maybe the navy or the saffron. ahhh I can't decide they're all beautiful.
I looked up all the details on the net-a-porter site, and wow. The construction of all of the dresses is almost architectural. The necklines, especially on the saffron dress is like origami, the tiniest little pleat in the centre.
I would squeal, but of course that would be so out of character of me. Not. I want to though. All these details, make me shiver. Some of the most perfect cocktail dresses have been created, thankyou Roland Mouret thankyou so much.