Photography Shawn Brackbill
Published February 16, 2012
Rodarte moved further away from the intricate, often ominously ethereal, dresses that have become synonomous with the label and presented a collection of more conservative (and perhaps commercial) 1940s belted dresses, matching skirt suits, and shearling coats.
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