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We’re still coming down from our New York Fashion Week high. Can you blame us? It was a color-story dream.
1. From lipstick to handbags, Rebecca Minkoff’s collection was all about the oxblood accents.
2. MILLY has officially assured us that black-on-black (on black) is way more chic than morbid.
3. Pink came alive in every shade on the Monique Lhuillier runway.
4. Often-underappreciated navy made a major comeback in SUNO’s collection.
5. Carolina Herrera covered her catwalk in blood orange.
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So it’s time for the second half of my Resort roundup, focusing on the shows – and showroom appointments — that took place in the later half of June.
Chris Benz presented a colorful Bermuda-inspired collection, full of the whimsical prints and piled-on textures that have become his signature. Multi-hued dresses were nipped at the waist or hung loose from the shoulders, bold patterned maillots had sheer matching cover-ups, and quirky short-sleeved sweaters were designed to ward off the chill during midwinter Caribbean getaways. All were worn with Alejandro Ingelmo platforms or metallic sneakers and Patricia Underwood wide-brimmed hats.
Things were short and sweet over at Erin Fetherston. The designer offered a range of separates (trousers, coats, skirt suits, even knits) in the first Resort collection for her lower-priced line, Erin, but dresses were the star of the show. The newly-cropped designer walked editors through the collection personally while two models showed off her latest looks, which are meant to take you from New Year’s Eve to mid-winter vacation and right on into spring (think: one-shoulder, zebra-striped dresses, elaborately pleated strapless frocks, and enough LBDs to make modern-day Holly Golightlys swoon with delight).
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