The Row have presented their Pre-fall 2014 Collection using Linda Roden as one of their models which is utterly refreshing – it’s about time sophistication was used to sell to the sophisticated.
In the larger scheme of things it represents a pee in the Pacific. But it’s something.
Just a shame the Collection itself is so harmless and she has so little to work with – it doesn’t shout, doesn’t dance, doesn’t impress with ingenue and life. There’s no seduction or provocation.
The best thing is this leather skirt.
But the whole thing could be a Marks and Spencers commercial.
So different to the Karen Walker campaign above and below. Style and colour is so much more attractive.
Which shows it’s not youth that makes an impression, but good design.
Laters, Kate x