Drome

Shed a new skin

DROMe knows how to turn leather into a second skin, all at once urban, modern, refined and functional, sometimes warmed up with hints of fur.
Italian designer Ferrero Rosati has always loved leather and the tactile experience it procures, just like his father, a baker, loved the touch of dough. Rosati has always been able to connect his tactile and sensorial approach in order to turn all leather into the most flexible and refined material, even stiffer ones like python skin.
His unique approach to materials earned him collaborations with the most influential names in fashion: Giorgio Armani, Gianni Versace, Gianfranco Ferré and Jil Sander pushed him to the front line of leather design expertise.
With their natural and hazy tones, and their unique and outstanding textures, DROMe pieces maintain restrained and refined shapes.
The extra-fine nappa leather sometimes features laser cut-outs, and brings any wardrobe from day to night in a tasteful and sophisticated snap of the fingers.

Baby dolls gone wild! Underneath his lacquered coats and oversized trench coats, Rosati’s Fall/Winter 2016 collection is filled with surprising ruffles and bows. On the models’ bodies, the lightness of powder pink and baby-blue hues brought great contrasts to serious mustard yellow and burgundy colors.