It was the ethereal aura of Vanderbilt’s planetarium that prompted Rosetta Getty to photograph her pre-fall collection, which was inspired by a reading by astrologer Ilana Kozlov and was featured in her current collection. Getty has a deep connection to astrology and is frequently involved in artistic collaborations. It is the artists who will be the stars of this season, under Kozlov’s direction, because they will be sitting during the periods when the ruling signs of Gemini and Cancer will be active, which correspond to the months during which the collection will be on display on the Getty Institute’s sales floor.
Rosetta Getty signature look consists of dreamy, light summer dresses in warm tones, with inventive twists and embellishments that have helped her establish herself as a style hero.
Rosetta Getty, who is based in Los Angeles, said of her organic chambray designs, which are composed of an ultra-light denim blend, “I like denim,” which is a notable statement. It is something that practically everyone wears in some form, and I want to continue to promote it. People assume technology to be one thing, and I want to keep innovating on how it can be blended into other things.
Her astrological print separates, precise pleating modifications to her iconic apron designs, flowing satin evening ideas, and light cotton poplin suits are among the standout pieces.
Bags that wrap and cocoon the body, as well as an update to her renowned clog, which now includes loafer features, were among the standout pieces in Getty’s accessories line. According to the designer, she desired a stringent edit in order to be able to concentrate on her work and avoid putting out too much “stuff.” However, she is introducing a first: a three-piece gold chain jewellery capsule, which was inspired by the chain decorations on her bags and is available exclusively at Saks Fifth Avenue.