A new New Yorker, Emily loves writing about fashion, blasting hip-hop, and testing out this new “adult” thing. When she’s not busy running around in heels she enjoys exploring the city and plans to write a book about her life one day.

Tuscan designer Marianna Rosati is the brain behind DROMe.

Launched in 2011 with the concept of a “leather line,” DROMe has grown to women’s and men’s RTW, accessories and shoes, but is still heavily focused on leather pieces.

In Scandinavian, DROMe means “trip,” while gypsies use it in place of “magical.”

With fashion shows in Paris, DROMe creates a muted and wearable color palette. Also known for their mixed materials, DROMe uses a machine that combines leather, and jacquard — among other fabrics — to create a seamless combination piece.

Known for their mixed materials, DROMe uses a machine that combines leather, and jacquard.

A typical line run consists of 150 pieces for pre-collection, which leads to creating a harmonious bridge to main collection and accessories.

Enjoy these “sneak preview” pictures from the latest collection.

 
The Presentation

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With love,

FWO

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Follow DROMe on their journey at www.dromedesign.it.