The Rohmir SS15 collection wasn’t a bells and whistles kind of show, but it didn’t need to be. For Olga Roh, the brains behind the label is the kind of designer that has a kind of hushed and hidden brilliance that gently creeps upon you and announces itself to the rest of the world. Roh’s collection a Scottish Journey was a subtle yet stunning take on traditional Scottish dress. The collection was full of tartan prints, on tops, skirts and elegant maxi dresses. All in silk, chiffon and tweed, with a colour pallet of jewelled tones: blues, gold and orange offering a lovely contrast to Roh’s otherwise neutral collection.

Belts were a theme that ran throughout, printed onto the trench coat in the first look as well as on some of the accessorises. There were lots of delicate details like brooches and headbands. Nothing was too over the top, everything exuded the kind of elegance that we’ve come to expect from this unassuming designer.

Written by Michaela Hoyte. Images © Rohmir.