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Roland Mouret RTW Fall 2019

“The clothes aren’t oversized – they’re just bigger,” said Roland Mouret before the show. “I’m showing a size 20 on a size 8 model, I’m showing the clothes on men. Today, it’s not about size or gender, it’s about identity.”
London designers, including Simone Rocha and Osman, have been flying the banner for diversity – and inclusivity – this season, showing looks meant to appeal to a variety of ages, body shapes and personal styles.
For Mouret, inclusivity is all about modernity, acceptance of one’s body, and choosing clothes that can last, and be re-adapted season after season. “Style,” he said, “can be an answer to waste.” To wit, Mouret took model-turned-photojournalist Lee Miller as his muse – a woman who re-invented herself multiple times.
All of those ideas spilled onto the designer’s runway in a glorious pool of color, generous proportions and languid fabrics. Coats were fluid with ties at the wrist – as in the robin’s egg double wool crepe number that opened the show – or all-enveloping, as in the faux fur chubbies that came in cinnamon, black or blush. The latter one, which closed the show, was short with a floppy bow at the neck.
In between, there were tailored

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