The beautiful structure and aesthetic of the fashion label, Celine, never fails! Creative director, Phoebe Philo, is a master of her craft! A perfect mixture to motif prints and minimal ensembles are what the label is known for. I can really see every ensemble being seen on a hot vacation with effortless swag! Many of the collection had 30+ looks. Celine’s collection stripped to its minimal aesthetics letting everyone know “less is more”.
Stella McCartney never fails whenever it comes to collections. This resort collection makes no exception. Take a little bit of plaid with a retro color palette and fringes, you have a dope ass collections. This collection truly caters to the versatile woman, which she focused on her strong suits with flared pants, retro prints, boyfriend blazers and lightweight flowing dresses. The fringes and flared trouser was a 70’s giveaway. The color palette took on vibrant hues of marmalade orange, yellow, forest green and hot pink in neutral accents. Despite the 70s flare, some of these pieces can give a modern touch. Depend on how you rock them.. Overall, Stella slays it every time!
Desert Chic – For resort 2013, BCBG Max Azria displayed some color blocking with a hint of Middle Eastern inspiration. Floor-length dresses matched with boxy blazers set the tone for the season in shades of electric blue, canary yellow and vibrant turquoise. Billowing kaftans in long and short lengths offer a sexy twist to the elegant staple. Accessorized with aviator sunglasses and a colorful shoe, the Max Azria woman looks ready for a laid-back outing come resort time.
Riccardo Tisci and Givenchy will be advancing its menswear collection for Resort 2013. Taking pointers from the fall runway collection, the preview of the Resort 2013 range draws its inspiration from similar military tenants and elements. Although this is incredibly noticeable to be Tisci’s work, the Resort 2013 line looks like something which has been designed from the previous collections. I would honestly think this collection is a slight remix of “watch the throne” or whatnot. The collection is not bad if its suppose to define the Givenchy menswear, so be it. Based on the arrangement, I was expecting a different direction.