Roland Mouret

Famously self-taught French designer, Roland Mouret, launched his eponymous Womenswear label in 1997. Celebrated for strong, precise pieces and old world glamour influences, his distinctive styles showcase expert drapery, sculpted hourglass silhouettes, fine wools and figure-hugging crepe.
Now over 10 years old, the London-based designer's signature 'Galaxy dress' continues to be a celebrity favourite.
Below are some of the SEO-optimised product descriptions I have written for Roland Mouret over multiple seasons, including descriptions I was asked to rewrite for the house's most iconic pieces. 

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GALAXY DRESS​​​​​​​ Signature Collection

The iconic Galaxy Dress, perfectly-proportioned and superbly flattering, is the finest example of Roland Mouret’s dexterity when designing for the female form. Classic and theatrical, featuring a square neckline, an hourglass silhouette, a thin waist belt and short pleated sleeves, with a centre back button-down vent adding a cinematic 1940s feel.
Shapewear Collection

The black Powermesh Dress is an essential piece of intimate shapewear from Roland Mouret. This contour-smoothing slip discreetly figure-perfects beneath eveningwear dresses and separates. Figure-hugging with a V-neckline and spaghetti straps, the Powermesh Dress remains undetectable due to a concealed side zip, seam-free finishing and a raw hemline.

Roland Mouret’s monochrome Kerme Top tows the line between desire and decorum. Features a high, darted neckline with exacting angles, giving way to a cropped finish and a plunging back with a cut-away hem. Secured with a single tab closure. A graphic black and white print emphasises this item’s sharp shapes.

Roland Mouret's fitted knee length Eaton Skirt maintains traditional proportions but adds the flair of a voluminous apron detail with soft waterfall draping and a gleaming gold side zip. Abstract multi-coloured striping, a broad, high waistband and a notched back hem add off-kilter elements to this scholarly skirt.

Named for its sophisticated symmetry and generous dimensions, Roland Mouret’s leather Maxi Recttangolo Bag is a sharp tote in a zesty hue. A strict silhouette detailed with panelling, folds and gold hardware highlights gets a vivacious poppy orange tone and a fearless, statement feel. Features double carry handles and an interior pocket.
Roland Mouret Core Collection

The Palais Royal Clutch Bag by Roland Mouret cuts a fine form with a structured geometric frame in brass, with burnished brass trims. Sharp angles and sophisticated symmetry lend this box clutch an elegant Art Deco feel. Finished with a triangular clasp closure.


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