Rodarte Trousers For Women
Rodarte’s AW17 collection, under the creative guidance of sister act Laura and Kate Mulleavy, surprises with clear streetwear influences – a change of pace from the unapologetically feminine brand. Take these velour jogging bottoms, slim in shape and printed with a golden foiled rework of the label’s signature moniker: ‘Radarte’. Replicate the brand’s intended styling with the matching drawstring hoody.Rodarte velour jogging bottomsSlips onSlim fit, mid rise, skinny, drawstring elasticated waistband, foiled 'Radarte' at front, elasticated cuffs80% cotton, 20% polyesterDry cleanTrue to sizeSize small: Rise 13", inside leg 30", leg opening 10"Model is 5ft 10" and wears a size smallMade in USA
RODARTE WOMEN'S NAVY POPPY PRINTED SATIN PANTS BLUE HIGH WAIST HOOK AND ZIP CLOSURE FRONT PENCE POPPY PRINTED
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Rodarte Chantilly Lace Side Seam Ruffle Trousers in White. - size 2 (also in ) Rodarte redefines bridal with the Chantilly Lace Ruffle Trousers. Delicate yet striking, the pants show off a high waist silhouette with luxe satin detail. The unapologetic sheer fabric is softened by a botanical lace motif and feminine ruffle detail along the side seams. Finish this off with an unconventional metallic piece.. Self: 57% polyamide 38% viscose 5% silkLining: 100% nylonMade in USA. Dry clean only. Lace fabric along top. Hidden back zip closure. Eyelash lace trim. RODA-WP3. F1660. About the designer: Kate and Laura Mulleavy founded Rodarte in 2005 in Los Angeles, California. They have won numerous awards and accolades, including the CFDA Womenswear Designer of the Year in 2009, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award for Fashion, and were nominated for Best Costume Design at the 16th Annual Critics Choice Movie Awards for their work in Black Swan. Rodarte's works are featured in the permanent collections of the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and the Museum at FIT in New York City and have been included on solo shows at the MOCA, LACMA and Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum.