Upon entering Center548 for a Rodarte show, there’s a palpable sense of anticipation. The sets tend to evoke a mysterious and magical…
The cinema-obsessed sisters behind Rodarte were into L.A. before it was cool. Here, Laura Mulleavy talks Oscar gowns, the perils of custom orders, her labelâ€™s love of storytelling, and the genres that make her swoon.
Rodarte is at the movies again…Kate and Laura Mulleavy have developed a 12-minute short, This Must Be the Only Fantasy, directed by Todd Cole and produced and released by The Creators Project. The film stars newcomer Sidney Williams alongside Elijah Wood and is dubbed as “an epic fantastical journey.”
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Talking some scents! With Rodarteâ€™s Kate and Laura Mulleavy…Whatâ€™s the first perfume you ever bought?
Laura and Kate, in unison: Chanel No. 5. It reminds us of our mother.
How do you like your men to smell?
Kate: Forest-y or pineyâ€¦
Rodarte: Kate and Laura Mulleavy didn’t have to look far for their Fall ’13 inspiration. The sister duo nodded to sunny Santa Cruz, their Cali hometown, with models stomping out in eighties-era get-ups amid a setting of neon light sticks. As for those rave-friendly splashes of light, a fun catwalk setting for a label that usually goes very bare-bones on the ambiance front, to be sure, but also another nod to their West Coast roots: the Giant Dipper roller coaster. Naturally, there were tie-dye satin gowns (outfitted here with 3-D foam bodices), hip-baring bodysuits worn under jean shorts and studded leather jackets, and acid-wash denim aplenty.