Rome is a city for many tastes – from the art obsessed, looking for a chance to relive yesteryear or meet the immortal artworks of the greats; to Italian culture fiends, interested in tossing coins into the Trevi or experiencing the fascinating nuances of Rome as it glides through time. The city is indeed eternal because from burgeoning empire to classically modern European city – it has remained authentic, and it has done so by constantly transforming itself to suit the time and space it inhabits. It has also remained authentic because there’s mystery behind every building and untold secrets in the art. Rome will give you a lot to think about, but it will still keep some secrets to itself. That’s the true nature of a chameleon after all – it preserves itself and thrives by taking on new features according to its surroundings; and it never really tells you how it does it so masterfully.
The city is indeed eternal because from burgeoning empire to classically modern European city – it has remained authentic, and it has done so by constantly transforming itself to suit the time and space it inhabits
The city embodies this in a wonderfully overwhelming way – and it’s something the stylish women who grace Rome’s streets portray in a way that’s slightly more attainable. They do it just right, never settling into the box of style, opting to dance around it, picking what works on a whim. What each lady wears changes from day to day and time to time – and everything suits her in every way imaginable. Each outfit fits her frame, mood and it never looks like she’s changed her style, only the change is predictable -as it is for a chameleon. There’s no need for definition, Roman women are true to art and class like Rome, and similarly there’s always room for a little bit of quirk to go with the glamor. As they float across cobblestone streets, they leave a veil of mystery – owing to their ability to transform and shrug off stifling descriptions and one word answers that would nullify the whole point of fashion – fun and individuality.
There’s no need for definition, Roman women are true to art and class like Rome, and similarly there’s always room for a little bit of quirk to go with the glamor.
The GEOCHIC model is ethereal in a delicate transparent shimmering floor-length dress, dramatic and quirky with fur draped on her shoulders as well as regal in a green tea-length sleeveless dress. She stuns in an oversized green jacket, thrills in an all red outfit and inspires art in a patterned green number. In every look she mirrors the city, colors outside the lines and makes a bold statement.
Rome’s style in fashion is Rome’s style in totality – class, elegance and constant transformation are eternal, and just like the reactions murals and statues that have stood for centuries get – the awe and perfection never fades away, they wordlessly echo in the streets and alleyways.