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Cynthia Rowley has always blurred the lines between active and ready-to-wear with her various collections, and this season she offers an impressive collocation once again. For her spring/summer 2015 collection, the designer focused on making fitness pretty, rather than making pretty sportswear.
What Rowley gives us with her RTW collection are lovely little frocks and separates built perfectly for the spring season. Roomy trapeze dresses are swingy and fun with white backdrops and thick black straps, featuring the look of a painted bloom and touches of gold. The 60s come alive with bell-bottomed trousers and matching long, bell-shaped tops. Flowing wrap skirts are paired with boxy blouses, and mini dresses are embroidered and sweetly pieced together in eye-popping shades of coral. For Rowley’s activewear line, black wide-legged pants feature side seam racing stripes in red and white, and carries over to boxy mini dresses in contrasting pale pink.
Looking back at the designer’s RTW collection, we are loving her Robin’s egg blue swing coat with the oversized pockets which is also offered in stark white. Spring or not, we’ll happily take one of those immediately.