Danielle Romeril AW/16

Danielle Romeril AW/16

Let’s talk about lighting. As a some-time-fashion photographer, the holy grail of great lighting at a presentation is hard to come by. I’m talking the kind of lighting where every photo, even on the oldest of i-Phone models, will look great. Danielle Romeril hit this holy grail and knocked it out the park. The presentation was curated beautifully with ribbons streaming throughout the rooms, offering peeks of the models, highlighting the bold palette of reds, greens and blues.

The looks, with a mix of influences from King Philip II of Spain to 80s cult nightclub Studio Paradiso, were brought into the elusive cool-girl status of today through zips and sporty elements of drawstring parkas.

Loose silhouettes with hints of skin and details of undone (or should we say, unzipped) embroidery jarred but somehow worked in perfect union to proudly display Romeril’s vision of her girl. Sharp exaggerated eyeliner sculpted the models otherwise un-made-up, fresh faces and boyish Dr. Martens grounded each look into street style ready outfits. Everyone left the presentation with only good things to say of this upcoming designer, we can’t wait for the next season from Danielle Romeril.


Written by Laura Wells/ @macwells_



Photographs by Anna Dziczkaniece


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