resort 2014 - the best collection by mila loulou

Chanel is on vacation. There was a fifties-inflected soundtrack, with snatches of Elvis and Yma Sumac courtesy of Michel Gaubert, and a bouncy ease to the key new silhouette of high-waisted, wide-leg trousers worn with what were essentially oversize T-shirts—though rendered, in appropriately luxe fashion, from white leather and tulle.

Diesel Black Gold look is influenced by workwear—Melbostad mentioned painters, plaster workers, and even firemen, and, in keeping with those influences, coated denim with a white dust or added oversize metal toggles to jackets.

Flashy metallic sequins and vampy black lace are typically reserved for a night out on the town, but the new DKNY Resort collection translated those glam materials into everyday looks by incorporating them into sporty silhouettes.

Gucci Resort Collection is more a relaxed sensibility. Oversized tunics is paired up with wide-legged trousers and lightweight cashmere coats tied up like nightgowns. 

Candy-colored tie-dye swirls, daisies (both printed and embroidered), scads of macramé lace, and a graphic shift spelling out "PEACE" were dead giveaways that the hippie 1960s were the theme of the new Moschino Cheap and Chic Resort collection.
Source: style.com

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