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Could fusty-looking tapestry and army boots look desirable? Roland Mouret and Temperley worked their magic at London Fashion Week catwalk shows Sunday, showcasing their latest womenswear styles for the upcoming autumn and winter season alongside other designers. DIALED-DOWN SENSUALITY AT ROLAND MOURETIf there's a man who can make seemingly drab floral tapestry and thick corduroy look chic and desirable, it's Roland Mouret.The French designer, renowned for his signature body-sculpting dresses, turned what could have been fusty sofa upholstery fabrics into sophisticated full-length capes and jackets.There were corduroy double-breasted blazers and coats in wine and soft pink, wide leg trouser suits, fluffy wool capes worn over sheer black lace blouses and dresses, and handkerchief hem crepe skirts.Those looking for the perfect party outfit are spoiled for choice: there are flowing bias cut dresses with a thigh-high front slit, sheer nude dresses adorned with sequined stripes, art deco patterns that hark back to the '20s, and silk blazers and dresses with a colorful oriental-inspired cloud print.
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