The menswear shows have overshadowed the women's resort collections a bit, but that's why we're here--to make sure you didn't miss anything good. After our last two roundups, resort month, we'll call it, has started to taper off. You can decide whether or not they've saved the best for last, but designers like Karl Lagerfeld (for Fendi), Hannah McGibbon (for Chloe) and Thom Browne all showed some stuff we're kind of dying over. Click through to see more of the best of resort 2013.
We're always delighted by Lupfer's not-too-serious approach to fashion. This collection is no exception, but offers great colors and elevated fabrics to boot.
We're rarely over the moon about about Fendi collections the way we are with some others, but something about this one has really struck our fancy. We love the double slits, nipped in waists, cool color palette and abstract patterns.
We love the pure, loose, romantic feel of this collection. Everything from the dresses to the pants to the sandals would basically make up our dream resort wardrobe.
See by Chloe
This maybe Chloe's lower-priced, more accessible counterpart, but the look is almost more adventurous that the main collection. In a good way. From slouchy leather to sandblasted denim to fun patterned knits, this collection has the makings of the ultimate cool Parisian girl's wardrobe.
When it comes to texture and print, Kane always brings something exciting and modern to the table--all while maintaining a dedication to good tailoring and unfussy shapes. Here we especially love the digital rose print, pleated dresses and quirky pastel belts.
Richard Chai Love
Sporty is definitely in right now and we love Chai's flowy, borrowed from the boys take on it.
We love Thom Browne and we love that his debut Resort collection has this crazy uber-preppy high society look but with mixed plaids, over-the-top lapels, and...whale carcasses.
We love the soft, easy minimalism of this collection and suddenly want to wear nothing but purple.
This fun, quirky collection is so '60s era Mad Men we'd be surprised if that wasn't a direct source of inspiration.
Zero + Maria Cornejo
This collection is full of those dresses that you don't even have to think about--you just throw one on and are instantly cool and interesting.
We love the sporty-meets-tailored Richie Tenenbaum vibe of this collection.