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Rosati Wows New Jersey
October 27, 2011   
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Poland’s Teresa Rosati was the only European fashion designer to have an individual fashion show during the Fashion & Beauty Week 2011 event in the United States. The show, which took place Oct. 3 at the Pleasantdale Chateau venue in West Orange, New Jersey, launched Rosati’s 2012 collection, which was well received by the audience.

The show opened with music by Chopin. Two models caused a stir when they appeared on the catwalk wearing long, airy dresses in the red and white colors of the Polish national flag.

Rosati has said that, while designing her collection, she took inspiration from two decades in the 20th century. The “For Weronika” line, designed for the young generation, was inspired by the 1960s, and the British teen idol of the era, Twiggy, whereas a classic line refers to Jackie Kennedy, an icon of 1960s style and elegance.

The other decade featured in Rosati’s 2012 collection are the 1940s, highlighting American movie icon Joan Crawford, who won an Oscar for her titular role in Mildred Pierce and was the muse of Adrian, one of the greatest American fashion designers.

The dominant colors in Rosati’s collection are different hues of beige, blue and navy blue, black and white, emerald green and deep red. Fabrics used in the clothes include gauzy chiffon, tulle and satin adorned with lace, sequins and appliqué designs featuring Swarovski crystals. As usual with Rosati’s fashion shows, the collection came with jewelry from the Apart company, which helped stage the show. Rosati also received support from the New York-based Nowy Dziennik daily, which is the largest newspaper published by the Polish community in the United States.
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