Autumn/Winter
2019/2020

Evgenia wears our most maritime sweater. A play on proportion and texture. The colour gradient is unique to each model.

The cropped cape in Merino Wool is a simple companion with unique impact.

This is the first coat in the collection. Its boxy cocoon shape makes it an easy and relaxed throw over for all styles of the collection.

A new merino quality in patent technique with red stand collar offers a preview to a new range.

Classic volume meets elegant colour play in Mohair and Merino wool. Delicate details at the neckline and sleeve hem emphasise the exclusivity of this style.

This model is unique for the collection. The subtle use of lame combines sportiness with an evening wear touch.

A special classic of the collection is the two tone stand collar style in a clean merino wool. Sportswear meets elegance.

A special classic of the collection is the two tone stand collar style in a clean merino wool. Sportswear meets elegance.

This style is warm and cozy while being very light. The new highlight for volume fans is the retro vertical stripe. We love the triangle at the neckline reminiscent which reminds us of 80s sweatshirts.

The slipover style with grown on shoulder is combined here with a belt by Gabriele Frantzen.

Urban Calm
The Fall/Winter Collection 2019/20 of Karin Rocke cites masculinity while remaining unabashedly feminine. The collection captures a sense of modern sartorial calm resonating with the current Zeitgeist of a more reflective mood that recognises the beauty in and the need for reduction. The material sourcing remains constant. Classic merino and mohair gain through sparkling highlights in copper and silver yarns.
Karin Rocke’s key elements of two tone mixes are present in shades of nude with black, where espresso and oxblood meet with navy and eggshell, or periwinkle with black, in a restrained and refined palette. The tailored spirit of a coat and jacket in soft architectural proportions complete the collection.


Spring/Summer
2019

Karin Rocke’s classic edition explores volume, proportion and technique in trans-seasonal styles.