Here's a look at more of the notable Resort 2014 shows.
BCBG Max Azria
This season Lubov Azria was inspired by festival dressing for her Resort collection, which translated into a variety of bohemian maxi dresses, rompers and lace-accented minis.
BCBG Max Azria
Peter Dundas showed a healthy mix of bright solids, colorful prints and embellished (beaded fringe, embroidery) looks for Resort. Silhouettes were equally varied, ranging from the fitted and scuba-inspired to the billowing and bohemian.
Louis Vuitton women’s creative director Julie de Libran kept things relatively clean-lined and simple for Resort. That said, there were some out-of-the-box silhouettes which gave a fashion-forward hint to the collection — think a long flared cut-out dress and a flared denim skirt, which were shown alongside an off-the-shoulder floral dress, a Breton striped top and a robe-like yellow cashmere coat.
See by Chloe
Clare Waight Keller went in a casual and sporty direction for Resort. Models wore sneakers and there were plenty of pajama-inspired separates, hoodies and loosely tailored trousers along with the brand’s signature bow-accented blouses and whimsical prints.
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