Rochambeau’s Moroccan inspired Spring 2017 menswear collection featured playful references to the Rollingstones hedonistic trip to Tangier in the late 60s while on the lam from the authorities. Their models, many of whom are close personal friends, including designer Eli Reed wore tassled fez caps, headwraps and sandals, looked like they were plucked directly from a souk. The collection had a Bohemian edge with the use of a colorful palette meshed with bold Moroccan prints. Staples of the collection include high-waisted cropped summer trousers, long-flowing tunics and loose, flowing silk shirts. The distinct Berber blue, lavender and coral hues painted on bomber jackets and hoodies gave their modern streetwear an artisanal feel with hand painted arabesque flourishes. Among the many standout pieces in the collection were traditional open weave knits and hooded tunics typical of North Africa, along with intricately beaded vests paired with colorful, breezy shorts that gave the collection a summer escape vibe.