Offering a masterclass in textile manipulation, the brand continued to showcase its signature fabrics in new proportions, playing with opacity, color and shape. Surprisingly wearable, the SS24 collection featured a range of tops, dresses, skirts and shorts, blending fuzzy fabrics with glittering lurex and sheer tulle-like materials.
Arriving in a delicate color palette of black, white, pink, orange and green, the collection seemed to center around the idea that less is more, opting for sheer fabrics and visible body parts with a distinctly pared-back aesthetic. Playing with varying thicknesses of knitwear and layering, looks featured asymmetrical shoulders and arms alongside low waists, seemingly ranging from daywear to evening attire through the addition of bags and beading.
Check out the best looks from the A Roege Hoeve CPHFW showcase above.
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