Brandon Maxwell's Interior Design-Inspired Prints Are Too Dreamy to Keep Indoors
The Resort 2022 collection sees the designer splashing out into new territory.
Miuccia Prada Brings a Lovely Lightness to Her Pretty, Practical Resort 2020 Collection
The range was full of layerable, wearable separates in an array of colors and patterns — with some artful embellishments and offbeat accessories thrown in for good measure.
Céline Wants to Keep Phoebe Philo's Resort Collection 'Secret for a While'
Céline pulled a Tom Ford-circa-2011 move during its 2013 resort collection presentations this week: No photos, reviews, or social media allowed!
Moschino Cheap & Chic Resort 2014: Peace de Resistance
For Resort '14 Moschino Cheap & Chic's design team turned the hands of time back to the summer of '67, taking inspiration from the distinctively West Coast, love-in vibe that emanated out of places like Berkley and Haight-Ashbury at the time.
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Christian Dior Resort 2014: A Day at the Races
Raf Simons veered confidently toward the retro-futuristic for Christian Dior's Resort 2014, in a subtle exploration of the chrome-inflected sleekness that epitomized mid-century automotives. It was no coincidence that his models walked in Monaco, home to one of France's most storied raceways.
Chanel Showing Resort in Singapore, Dior in Monaco
Get excited, fashion people who regularly get flown to exotic locales for fashion shows: You're going to Singapore and Monaco in May! Plan accordingly!
Here's What the Buyers Had to Say About Hedi Slimane's First Collections for YSL
While all eyes this week were focused on Raf Simons and his debut Dior couture collection, Hedi Slimane quietly made his debut at YSL Saint Laurent Paris. We already knew that his resort and menswear collections would be shown to buyers only, and they flocked to Paris this week to take in Slimane's first collections for the house. While they were forbidden from taking photos, many were willing to speak anonymously about what they saw. One retail exec reported that even the hangers, chairs and tables were designed by Slimane--a hint of new retail concepts to come under the rebranded Saint Laurent Paris label, according to WWD. And what about the clothes? Sounds like Slimane mined some YSL classics.