Roland Mouret's Collection For Lane Crawford Is Made For Bold, Confident Chinese Woman

A month after debuting his line of holiday dresses for Net-a-Porter, Roland Mouret is headed east to Lane Crawford to design a 14 piece collection of pieces made especially for the Hong Kong woman in mind. What does that mean? Super-saturated power-dresses in lightweight stretch crepe, which outfits the urban Chinese woman living in super-scorching heat, and with a penchant for bright colors. Prices veer toward the pricier side, with tops retailing at about $580 and dresses at around $2000 (ouch), but if we were forced to put a price on versatility, solid design, and timeless aesthetics, we might pay that much for pieces we'd wear to shreds. Pieces will be available in Hong Kong and Beijing stores. (WWD)

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