ROX Edinburgh welcomed an all-star line-up for an evening of champagne, cocktails and diamonds and thrills at the annual ROX Fringe extravaganza on Thursday (August 22). Once again hosted by the king of the roast Bruce Devlin, the action packed evening offered more than 200 invited guests the chance to catch a glimpse of the best acts of this year’s festival on the Thrill Room stage.
Heidi Slimane brought the initial back to life and Instagrammers all over have been following suit. Get on the hype with ROX Bamboo Initial necklaces – the perfect accessory for your casual SS19 ‘fit. Follow in Tara’s footsteps and wear socks with your heels and add a hairband for a playful take on everyday fashion.
The Seventies revival is unmistakable this season with beige tones taking on the mantle, beige is the new black. Polished yet relaxed a neutral jumpsuit is the perfect way to style in comfort. Drape yourself in mixed metals to really make it pop.
Nothing says Boho like a trilby hat. Adopt the V neck to accentuate the pendants and pair with a knee high boot to steal Tara’s look. From day to night this look will serve it’s purpose in style of course – especially when paired with ROX Tiki.
Do your outfit justice and shower it in diamonds with our Miss ROX collection. Understated yet striking these pieces together with a chic and simple suit are a dreamy combination. Pair your Miss ROX pieces with Zodiac for a personalised touch.
We just can’t get enough of the SS19 layering trend. Pile on the necklaces and layer on the rings to compliment your everyday monochrome look. Chic styling doesn’t have to be boring and Tara shows us how.
Men in shorts, romantic mini-breaks, middle-class dinner parties: clichés exist for a reason, but it doesn’t have to be for the wrong reasons – here’s our fifth installment of ROX MAN’s guide to getting it right in a time of confused masculinity, bossing it in the process.