Wear The Trends From The Hottest Resort 2016 Collections Now!
It was a tough week for fashion magazine editors everywhere. Not only did three of the major fashion houses (with the biggest advertising budget) host their Resort 2016 fashion shows, but they did so in different parts of the world. We’ll let them get over their jet lag while we show you how to wear the trends of next year today.
For this collection Karl Lagerfeld got inspired by Korean culture and decided to host the show all the way to Seoul We especially loved the first part of the presentation where models wore different combinations of graphic multi-colored prints. For summer we would interpret it in a silk top and floral shorts combo in different prints but a similar colour scheme. It would look great with bright orange-red lipstick like the one we’ve seen on the runway. However, in real life, we would steal clear of the huge braided buns that the models were wearing.
The Louis Vuitton team flew around 800 stylists, journalists and celebrities to Palm Springs, California to present Nicholas Ghesquieres new creation. The setting – a house formerly owned by Bob Hope was spectacular and the models descended from the staircase and walked around the pool in the glow of the nascent sunset in front of a star-studded from row that included Kanye West, Grimes and Catherine Deneuve among others. Our favourite items were the several variations of the bomber, especially this futuristic silver number worn with classic white pants and flip flops.
However the prize for the most unbelievable location goes to Dior. Their guest were invited to no other but Pierre Cardin’s house in the mountains between Cannes and Monaco. The Palais Bulle as the house is known looks like a structure made out of giant terracotta bubbles, a perfect representation on 60’s retro-futurism that Cardin was so know for. Raf Simmons’s has also looked at the past, reinventing such staples of the Dior archives as the full-sleeves, nipped at the waist Bar jacket. We love the one in plaid worn with a short skirt in a different kind of plaid motif. While we might not be able to afford Dior’s exquisite tailoring, we can easily play on the paid on plaid idea with a topping skirt in graphic black and white.
See all the shows in full on Style.com