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Roland Mouret and Banana Republic launch exclusive capsule collection

Wednesday, August 6, 2014
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As summer rolls to an end, including exotic vacays, our work and school season looms in the too-near future. You know what that means? New wardrobe!


You know you can’t head back to work with your sun-kissed hair and glowing bronze skin, basically a new you, without new clothes and accessories. Well no worries, designer Roland Mouret has joined forces with Banana Republic to bring you an exclusive, limited-edition capsule collection. And it’s here just in time for you to refresh your closet for the fall.


Mouret is best known for the femininity and figure flattery his garments possess. Toss out those shapeless sack dresses, because this collection is embracing every women’s hourglass shape. His launch with Banana Republic will highlight the designer’s appreciation for the elegant and sleek hourglass shape. The online launch of the collection will be August 7.


The collection will contain pieces such as cropped sweaters, bodycon-esque pencil skirts, sheath dresses and tailored cigarette trousers. Prices ranging from $49-$165. All of these pieces will allow you to unleash your inner office seductress with poise and confidence.


A launch dinner at White Street Restaurant was hosted in celebration of this dynamic partnership and exclusive fashion collection yesterday evening. Many friends and fans showed up to support this fashion duo including dancer Julianne Hough, acting head of women’s design for Banana Republic Melloney Birkett, Marissa Webb, Catherine Sadler and Kelly Rohrbach.


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