DROMe Pre Fall Collection 17 & New Advertising Campaign

Marianna Rosatiʼs DROMe Pre Collection 

I find what Marianna Rosatiʼs does with leather amazing for her DROMe label.  The designer stays true to her dark romanticism roots and creates a melange à la David Lynch, for Spring/Summer 2017.  With her key elements a  fresh appeal and playful side of fashion.  The collection is  youthful and dramatic suited  for its clientage.   DROMe Pre Collection SS17 & New Advertising Campaign These photos from Ad campaign were shot in New York around Union Square. The ad campaign is to appear on the main international media starting from February 2017.   It is great to watch the evolution of this brand to watch. DROMe Pre Collection SS17 & New Advertising Campaign   DROMe’s project foresees the use of leather only. The brand embraces both the world of bikers and sports.  Both the women and mens collections are designed by Marianna Rosati, born in Tuscany in 1980.  

DROMe Pre Collection SS17

  I like the collection because it is innovative, trendy and cutting edge for an emerging designer.  There are more than a few editorial pieces and loads of street style stand out looks.

The collection is produced int the factory in Italy. DROMe envisages all the backbones of the designer’s stylistic vision, with a particular attention to the study of weights and processing solutions, as if leather were silk. DROMe Pre collection Looks are styled down to the T, with not one detail left out.  From tailored coats, cute leather mini skirt to tops, that could be called leather accessories.  In addition the pieces are urban art work for the city girl. The collection is available in more than 200 points of sale worldwide.

About the author

Charlotte is an urban New Yorker who has lived in London, Paris & Morocco. She has an MBA in Management and Economics of Luxury Brands and Fashion and her BFA from the New School. She calls herself the dyslexic writer living between London & Paris. Digital Fashion & Lifestyle Architect ?:ChaChaNyc007


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