Godzilla – Roland Emmerich

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Godzilla

Roland Emmerich

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: May 20, 1998


Following the French atomic bomb tests in the South Pacific, an unknown creature is spotted passing westward through the Panama Canal. Scientist Niko Tatopolous is called in to investigate the matter, and he quickly arrives at the conclusion that a giant, irradiated lizard has been created by the explosions. Godzilla(r) then makes its way north, landing at Manhattan to begin wreaking havoc in the big city. Even with the combined forces of the U.S. military to fight the monster, will it be enough to save the people of New York?

© © 1998 TriStar Pictures, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Roland Mouret Resort 2019

Roland Mouret is eager for his woman to kick back, relax – or run around – with these fluid, draped clothes, which are meant for all-day or all-night wear.
Mouret described these pieces as “a best companion, a best friend” and said he wants his women to exhale into them. The collection was colorful and meant for movement, with sporty touches such as knits and sleeveless jackets with flashes of perforated fabric and a stretchy lining for a silver sequin gown, with a slit up the front. “You can run in it, move around and dance in it. You can live with this dress,” said the designer.
He worked bouclé stretch into a tailored suit and a fitted skirt and offered up a softly-structured, single–breasted trench with a belted waist. Other athletic touches came in the form of a ribbed knit tank dress and a languid jumpsuit with a stretchy waist, and loose tabard knits in bright colors. Things got even more comfortable with pajama–like tops and jackets that were draped at the back, and long tunic dresses with detachable skirts.

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10,000 BC – Roland Emmerich

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10,000 BC

Roland Emmerich

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 0.99

Release Date: March 7, 2008


From the director of Independence Day and The Day After Tomorrow, the pre-historic epic 10,000 B.C. unveils a new day of adventure, a time when mammoths shake the earth and mystical spirits shape human fates. 10,000 BC is an eye-filling tale of the first hero, young hunter D'Leh who sets out on a bold trek to rescue his kidnapped beloved and fulfill his prophetic destiny. He faces an awesome saber-toothed tiger, crosses uncharted realms, forms an army, and uncovers an advanced but corrupt Lost Civilization. There, he leads a fight for liberation and becomes the champion of the time when legend began.

© © 2008 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.Tous droits réservés

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Roland Collins
Troy Ave

Release Date:
August 12, 2016
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Price:
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Erik Satie: 50 Essential Piano Pieces – Roland Pöntinen

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Erik Satie: 50 Essential Piano Pieces

Roland Pöntinen

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: March 15, 2011

© ℗ 2011 Bis – X5 Music Group

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Roland Mouret Pre-Fall 2018

Roland Mouret said he wanted a collection that was all about movement, lightness and freedom and, to wit, played with volume, draping and longer lengths. A long and loose cotton shirtdress had string ties at the wrists and could be worn open or closed at the back. Languid, unlined trenches had epaulet details that melted into the shoulder or came with geometric patterns and fringed edges. Dresses were lightweight and airy, as in a long powder pink one in a textured organza with Mouret’s signature folds around the neck. A featherweight, off-the shoulder gown in Lurex brocade was versatile enough to wear with sneakers or stilettos.

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Roland Mouret Resort 2018

Roland Mouret loosened up for resort, presenting a series of fluid silhouettes in a monochromatic palette of red, black and white. There were flowing midi dresses, airy blouses and loosely draped jumpsuits.
Mouret also experimented with tailoring while staying true to his signature femininity; cropped trousers, pencil skirts and jackets were done in monochromatic tweed fabrics, featuring details such as lace trims and raffia fringing.
The eveningwear offer stood out for its bold floral patterns and delicate fil coupé fabrics, which highlights the designer’s efforts to introduce his take on demi-couture, offering decorative yet wearable pieces “for a new generation of customers.”

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Erik Satie: 50 Essential Piano Pieces – Roland Pöntinen

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Erik Satie: 50 Essential Piano Pieces

Roland Pöntinen

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: March 15, 2011

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Stargate – Roland Emmerich

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Stargate

Roland Emmerich

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: October 28, 1994


A small group of US troups and an Egyptologist use an ancient device found in 1920's Egypt to transport themselves to a distant planet where humans resemble ancient Egyptians.

© © 1994 Le Studio Canal+ (U.S.). All Rights Reserved.

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Ty Barnett: Issues – Ian Harris & Roland Canamar

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Ty Barnett: Issues

Ian Harris & Roland Canamar

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: November 4, 2014


The latest in a string of brilliant comedic television performances from comedian Ty Barnett. Ty, a Tonight Show veteran and runner up on Last Comic Standing with his own Comedy Central Presents Special, now takes to the stage with a full hour of insight into the mind of a comedian facing all the challenges of midlife. Being a single parent of 2 girls, staying in shape, dating and most importantly doing it all at 40! Ty always provides cleverly written observations about universal "issues" that we all face with his typical cool, smooth style.

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Roland Mouret RTW Spring 2016

Roland Mouret marked the 10th anniversary of his signature Galaxy dress with a limited-edition capsule collection of seven pieces inspired by the tailored hourglass silhouette, including a jacket and a jumpsuit with the same angular neckline. The capsule went on sale online after the designer’s spring show in Paris, which ended with models wearing Galaxy dresses in nine colors, including navy, mustard, coral pink and mint green. The collection will also be available through select retailers, including Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Printemps, Selfridges and Tsum.
 
Mouret has previously said he doesn’t want to be defined by the Galaxy, which has been worn by celebrities such as Scarlett Johansson and Cameron Diaz. But he is also mindful of commercial considerations. “It’s the dress that allowed me to enter the fashion bible, and for that alone, I have to be respectful of that dress and respectful of the woman who wears it,” he said backstage.
 
The anniversary had him thinking back to when he was 10 years old and first became aware of fashion through a French TV program called “Aujourd’hui Madame.” Those memories inspired precisely tailored outfits in Seventies-tinged floral or leaf motifs, many featuring folded or cutout necklines. He also worked graphic contrasts, such

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2012 – Roland Emmerich

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2012

Roland Emmerich

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 9.99

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Release Date: March 2, 2010


Never before has a date in history been so significant to so many cultures, so many religions, scientists, and governments. 2012 is an epic adventure about a global cataclysm that brings an end to the world and tells of the heroic struggle of the survivors.

© © 2009 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Silencing the Screaming Queens: Roland Emmerich’s ‘Stonewall’ and the Erasure of Queer Rage

Although I grew up over 2,000 miles from New York City and was born more than 20 years after the Stonewall uprising, this moment in history has profoundly influenced my understanding of what it means to be queer.

I come from small-town Southern Alberta, the type of place where cattle-branding parties are eagerly anticipated social gatherings, and getting stuck behind a slow-moving tractor is a perfectly reasonable excuse to be late for school. Gayness was seen as an exotic urban sensation rather than a universal human reality. So, when I realized I was gay in ninth grade, the queer world seemed an almost mythical place, a far away land. The Stonewall riots, with their pantheon of queer heroes and ensemble of repressive villains, represented the most compelling story of that distant gay world.

Whenever I had time alone, I would flick on the family computer and read about the heroes of those tumultuous six nights in the summer of 1969. I learned about legends: Stormé DeLarverie, the butch lesbian who goaded the angry crowd by fighting off a crowd of baton-wielding policemen; Sylvia Rivera, the Puerto Rican trans woman who threw one of the first bottles to protest the cops’ physical abuse of the arrested drag queens; Marsha P. Johnson, the African-American street queen who led a crowd of queers and misfits into clashes against the police. These and many other tired, angry, and frustrated queers who eschewed respectability in the name of a greater responsibility, spat in the face of mainstream society, and showed me that it’s possible to be queer, proud, and strong.

But when I finally visited the site of the riots for the first time last June, I was underwhelmed.

I had just begun my ethnographic research on queer youth homelessness in New York City, and had managed to persuade one of my research participants, a 25-year-old black trans woman named Jessie*, to take me to the site of the original Stonewall Inn. Together, we sat on one of the bony wooden benches in Christopher Park, silently studying the pale acrylic statues that commemorated the riots of 1969. And I felt empty. The site communicated none of the rage, frustration, and passion I envisioned when I thought of Stonewall. It recognized none of the uprising’s real-life heroes, instead exuding a sense of decorum that masked the riots’ intensity. In fact, if I hadn’t known better, I might have assumed that Stonewall had been nothing more than a quiet, peaceful protest. After several minutes Jessie shuffled her feet awkwardly and looked at me.

“I don’t know why you wanted to see it.”

Now, much as Christopher Park has sanitized the memory of Stonewall with its lily white statues and bland commemoration, Roland Emmerich’s upcoming film Stonewall has replaced the riots’ trans, lesbian, female, black, and Latina heroes with a gay, white, male protagonist from Kansas named Danny. Sections of the queer community have responded with outrage, accusations of trans erasure and racism, and calls for a boycott — and for good reason. After all, this is the functional equivalent of buying tickets to Selma only to find that Martin Luther King, Jr. is played by Robert Downey, Jr. Replacing the real heroes of Stonewall with a cis, white, gay guy doesn’t only erase the contributions trans women of color, butch lesbians, and street queens to the queer liberation fight. It also erases the unequal distribution of risk and privilege in the queer community and contributes to the harmful narrative that, as Emmerich puts it, “we are all the same in our struggle for acceptance.”

In reality, we never were, and still are not, all the same in our struggle for acceptance.

Stonewall is often seen as the night the gay liberation movement began and the moment America’s queer community “came out” of its societal closet. According to gay author Eric Marcus, “Before Stonewall, there was no such thing as coming out or being out. The very idea of being out, it was ludicrous. People talk about being in or out now, there was no out, there was only in.”

However, while this may have been true for white, middle-class gay people, it certainly was not the case for the trans women, drag queens, homeless youths and other misfits who fought for queer rights at Stonewall. After all, unlike middle and upper class gays and lesbians, these radicals didn’t — or couldn’t — hide their orientations, work respectable jobs, and blend into the mainstream in the years prior to Stonewall. As Stonewall veteran Miss Major Griffen-Gracey bluntly put it, “I’m six feet and two inches tall, wearing three inch heels and platinum blonde hair and the lowest-cut blouse and shortest skirt I can find, I’m not assimilating into anything!”

As upper and middle-class gays blended into heterosexual societies as ostensibly reputable teachers, nurses, lawyers, bankers, and countless other professions, it was the misfits — the transgender people, the drag queens, the butch lesbians and the homeless youths — who were living openly, defying societal expectations, and bearing the risks of gay life. They were the ones who faced the police batons, anti-gay vigilantes and societal hate. They were the ones who — after years of repression — finally snapped on that hot summer night and struck back against the anti-queer structures of oppression.

While middle-class white gays and lesbians picketed the White House wearing suits and skirts, trans women of color threw their heels at police officers and taunted the cops by forming kick-lines and singing raunchy songs.

While assimilation-oriented gays pleaded with the queer community for peace in Greenwich Village, enraged queers used parking meters as battering rams to break down the door of the Stonewall Inn and reclaim their safe space from the mob and the police.

And while homophile movements across the United States tried to show mainstream society that queers weren’t dangerous, the screaming queens of Stonewall perhaps illustrated something else: that they would neither accept the status quo nor assimilate meekly into the mainstream, even if that meant accepting danger and risk. They sought to reshape society such that queer people could be accepted on queer peoples’ terms.

Replacing the real heroes of Stonewall with the fictional Kansan, Danny, expunges this history. It delegitimizes the unequal burden of risk within the LGBT community in the years prior to and immediately after Stonewall. And perhaps most dangerously, it minimizes the very real differences in privilege that still afflict the community today.

One night as my research in New York was coming to an end, one of the queer homeless youths I had been working with throughout the summer turned to me with a simple question that has lingered in my conscience for the past year.

“So what are you gonna do now that you’re finished with us? I bet you must have this nice cushy job all lined up, on Wall Street or something, where you can go, drink your coffee every morning, read the newspaper, dress all fancy…”

Although his speculation was said in jest, it had a stinging truth to it. As a middle-class, white, gay guy, I would go on to graduate from an elite college. I could choose to find a conventional middle-class job, blend into conventional middle-class society, and never think about those queer people who don’t have the same opportunities as me. Indeed, if I’d been alive 45 years ago, I could very well have been one of those white, middle-class gays who carefully hid their sexual orientation, worked in the city from nine to five every day, and went home to their houses with a white picket fence in the suburbs every night.

But luckily, I’m not. I can be open about who I am and whom I love. And I have transgender people, butch lesbians, queer youths of color, and angry drag queens who rejected the status quo to and fought to revolutionize society to thank for that — not a cute boy from Kansas named Danny. Not a boy like me.

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Stonewall: Roland Emmerich and Jon Baitz’s Failure of Imagination

Roland Emmerich posted to his Facebook page a defense of his new movie “Stonewall.” In its he says that he was inspired to tell a “compelling, fictionalized drama… centering on a young midwestern [sic] gay man who is kicked out of his home for his sexuality and comes to New York, befriending the people who are actively involved in the events leading up to the riots and the riots themselves.”

Herein lies the rub.

In his post, Emmerich fails to answer the most salient question of the film’s critics: Why on Earth did you need to insert this “midwestern [white] man” into the Stonewall story as the tortured hero? Emmerich says that the film “deeply honors” the real life activists, but why isn’t the movie “centering” on them instead? Why do you need the storytelling device of a white guy in the middle of it to tell the story at all? Why aren’t all the other characters “compelling” enough on their own? After all it is THEIR story.

There were plenty of men from the Bronx or Brooklyn or Queens, or even Staten Island, who were is “kicked out” of their homes for their sexuality. Why not use one of them as the central character to tell the story?

It’s the writer’s job (i.e., Jon Baitz’s job) to imagine his or her way into the life of someone else. To speak with someone else’s voice. To see the world through another’s eyes. To think the way they think and tell the audience what it’s like to live in the world from their point of view.

If a writer finds this a tough task, then it’s the writer’s job to get educated and make a good faith attempt to do it right. It also takes intellectual and psychological stamina. It takes humility. Baitz refused to take that leap and instead fell back on writing from the point of view that felt most comfortable to him personally. Or perhaps he fell back on writing the story from the point of view that the producer thought was the most commercially viable. Whatever the reason, the point of view they wrote and produced from is a bastardization of actual real-life story.

Baitz’s failure here is disappointing. As the writer of the acclaimed series The Slap, he told that story from eight different points of view. He is clearly capable of imagination. Then again, all of those points of view were white, middle class and straight.

So Emmerich and Baitz have yet to answer the most important question about this film — a question that the entire community is waiting for: Why did you feel the need to tell the story from the point of view of a Midwestern white man?

There is absolutely no need, from a creative perspective, to drop this character into a story that is so clearly not his — especially when there are so many other “compelling” characters to choose from. Any of whom could have had a film “center” on them.

From a storytelling perspective Emmerich and Baitz’s choices are weak and just plain lazy.

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The Patriot (Extended Cut) [2000] – Roland Emmerich

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The Patriot (Extended Cut) [2000]

Roland Emmerich

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: June 28, 2000


In 1776 South Carolina, widower and legendary war hero Benjamin Martin (Mel Gibson) finds himself thrust into the midst of the American Revolutionary War as he helplessly watches his family torn apart by the savage forces of the British Redcoats. Unable to remain silent, he recruits a band of reluctant volunteers, including his idealistic patriot son, Gabriel (Heath Ledger), to take up arms against the British. Fighting to protect his family's freedom and his country's independence, Martin discovers the pain of betrayal, the redemption of revenge and the passion of love.

© © 2000 Global Entertainment Productions GmbH & Co. Movie KG. All Rights Reserved.

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The Patriot – Roland Emmerich

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The Patriot

Roland Emmerich

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: October 24, 2000


In 1776 South Carolina, widower and legendary war hero Benjamin Martin (Mel Gibson) finds himself thrust into the midst of the American Revolutionary War as he helplessly watches his family torn apart by the savage forces of the British Redcoats. Unable to remain silent, he recruits a band of reluctant volunteers, including his idealistic patriot son, Gabriel (Heath Ledger), to take up arms against the British. Fighting to protect his family's freedom and his country's independence, Martin discovers the pain of betrayal, the redemption of revenge and the passion of love.

© © 2000 Global Entertainment Productions GmbH & Co. Movie KG. All Rights Reserved.

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The Day After Tomorrow – Roland Emmerich

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The Day After Tomorrow

Roland Emmerich

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: May 28, 2004


When global warming triggers the onset of a new Ice Age, tornadoes flatten Los Angeles, a tidal wave engulfs New York City and the entire Northern Hemisphere begins to freeze solid. As full-scale, massive evacuations to the south begin, a world-renowned climatologist (Quaid) who predicted the storm just a few days prior, must now risk his life to rescue his teenage son (Gyllenhaal) who is stranded in frozen, desolate Manhattan.

© © 2004 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.

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Independence Day – Roland Emmerich

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Independence Day

Roland Emmerich

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: August 9, 1996


Celebrate 75 Years of Independence with 20th Century Fox! On July 2nd, communications systems worldwide are sent into chaos by a strange atmospheric interference. First thought to be meteors, they are later revealed to be gigantic spacecraft, piloted by a mysterious alien species who have set out to launch an attack throughout the globe. On July 3rd, the aliens all but obliterate New York, Los Angeles, and Washington when a band of survivors devise a plan to fight back against the enslaving aliens. On July 4th, humanity fights for its freedom.

© © 1998 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.

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Erik Satie: 50 Essential Piano Pieces – Roland Pöntinen

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Erik Satie: 50 Essential Piano Pieces

Roland Pöntinen

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: March 15, 2011

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White House Down – Roland Emmerich

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White House Down

Roland Emmerich

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: June 26, 2013


Capitol Policeman John Cale (Channing Tatum) has just been denied his dream job with the Secret Service of protecting President James Sawyer (Jamie Foxx). Not wanting to let down his little girl with the news, he takes her on a tour of the White House, when the complex is overtaken by a heavily armed paramilitary group. Now, with the nation's government falling into chaos and time running out, it's up to Cale to save the president, his daughter, and the country.

© © 2013 Columbia Pictures Industries , Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Pamella Roland Resort 2016

Lake Michigan — where Pamella Roland’s nearby home sits on the water — served as the starting point for resort. “I had my design team there last year, and they were like, ‘Oh my gosh, the sunsets here!’” said Roland, who rendered the collection in shades of orange and pink to mimic a sun setting on water, one dress featuring an ombré of colors.
 
An orange floral lace jumpsuit was the collection’s most show-stopping party frock; other gowns featured blown-up floral prints and Roland’s signature patterned beading. A pale blue ballgown with a bustier top made from a “wave” of silver sequins embodied the collection’s water theme in a subtle, elegant way.

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Mirage Men – John Lundberg, Roland Denning, Kypros Kypianou & Mark Pilkington

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Mirage Men

John Lundberg, Roland Denning, Kypros Kypianou & Mark Pilkington

Genre: Documentary

Price: $ 5.99

Rental Price: $ 0.99

Release Date: March 27, 2014


"MIRAGE MEN takes a fascinating excursion into a twilight zone of wild conspiracies, obsessive believers and psychological double agents…" "…engaging…good fun." – The Hollywood Reporter

How the US government created a myth that took over the world. ET visitors. . . crashed UFOs. . . back-engineered alien technology. . . the government cover-up of a secret that would change the world as we know it. . . These are the core elements of the modern UFO mythology, a story that has captivated farmers, princes and generals for generations, and shows no sign of loosening its grip on the popular imagination. But what if, instead of covering up the UFO story, elements in the US military had actively encouraged it as part of their Cold War counterintelligence arsenal – manufacturing the myth of the UFO as a powerful weapon of mass deception and the perfect cover for all manner of clandestine technologies and operations. Now, for the first time, some of those whose actions have directly shaped the UFO mythology, and some of their victims, tell their stories, revealing a surreal disturbing and sometimes tragic sequence of events that is part Manchurian Candidate and part Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Mirage Men draws viewers into a saucer-shaped hall of mirrors, a shadow-world where every lie contains elements of the truth, and the truth is far stranger than the UFO believers, or their detractors, would have you believe.

© © 2013 Perception Management Productions

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Roland Mouret Pre-Fall 2015

Roland Mouret Pre-Fall 2015

For the second time, Roland Mouret staged a small runway show at his grand London headquarters to introduce pre-fall.

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Roland Mouret Pre-Fall 2015

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As Fawnia reported back in April, Roland Mouret has teamed up with Banana Republic for an awesome new designer collection. We got a sneak peak at the look book and here are three outfits we…




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