Rohka is named after the giant Rokh from the Thousand and One Nights, a magical bird who speaks like humans and transports heroes great distances, leaving them several feathers which, when burned, call her back from afar.
Sticking to their initial manifesto : make clothes to convey as sense of optimism, rohka has steadily consolidated a story of colour, texture, and quiet luxury.
Each season germinates from an instinctive chromatic grouping of evocative tones and hues : a story of prints starts to take shape, growing into a range of textiles often as suggestive in its sophistication as poetic in its direct fresh simplicity, covering a diverse range of techniques from re-invented manuality to cutting edge technology.
This is fused with a pattern cutting philosophy of apparent simplicity, but in fact expertly balanced volumes of utter delicacy that allow a sensation of complete freedom
visual and worn optimism