PARIS--For fall, Rochas' Marco Zanini presented a collection full of super luxe staples that looked tailor made for the closet of any Upper East Side old lady who lunches. There were perfect cashmere coats that hung just-so to reveal the collarbone, simple suiting and a-line skirts in gray-blue shantung paired with crew neck cashmere sweaters which were striped, printed, and raglan in deep plums and navy. A tight swirly floral print that you might find wallpapering your grandmother's salon (if you had a grandmother who would have a salon) showed up on on pants, jackets, and cocktail dresses. But while Rochas' lady is mature and refined, she's also got a sense of humor, exhibited by her choice in millinery: funny little fur hats perched atop her head, or a crocheted bonnet. **All photos: Imaxtree.
Rochas Fall 2012: Ceramic Prints and Cinnamon Stick Barrettes
Three things you should know (and love) about Rochas' fall 2012 show: 1. For fall, designer Marco Zanini was inspired by the ceramics of Swedish ar