Erdem, known for his ladylike florals and delicate lace pieces, did not disappoint with a resort showing filled with pretty dresses, elegant gowns, and feminine separates. As a contrast to all of the lovely pieces, leather sweatshirts, shift dresses, and jackets added a tough edge. One moto is sure to be a retail hit, with its mix of floral print and ribbed, sporty-inspired detailing.
At Emilio Pucci, Peter Dundas was beach-bound with the house’s iconic psychedelic print emblazoned on everything from maxi skirts to swimsuits to the requisite tunic tops and caftans. For those chilly nights spent oceanside, a suspended fur coat seemed to defy gravity, as each strip of electric-blue fur perfectly floated above one another.
Marni honed in on their signature quirky and intellectual sensibility with silk separates in rich jewel tones accented by graphic patterns. Relaxed basics like Bermuda shorts, slouchy track pants, and flat leather sandals were ideal for a woman who leisured in luxury while midi skirts, and perfectly cinched coats offered up options for long, relaxing lunches. One standout purple look touched on the crop-top trend, while revealing nothing thanks to a simple white under layer. Click to get a closer view of the outfit, including a simple yet statement-making necklace that was the ideal finishing touch.