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The collection gave a nod to the traditional shapes and feminine detailing of the Victorian era.
The designer said he escaped New York's long winter by thinking about Bermuda and, voilá, his resort collection came to life.
Tuesday night’s workshop benefit drew a bevy of long-term supporters of the program to Lincoln Center.
She and husband Rupert Adams hosted a private dinner at the Swarovski Crystallized concept store on Tuesday night for about 40 well dressed guests.
The designer drew some references from David Hicks’ iconic geometric prints, which worked perfectly on everything from peasant tops to maxidresses.
Harley Viera Newton and Proenza Schouler's Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez were among those in the front row of the designer's resort show.
Flora Gill and Alexa Adams said they were inspired by Christian Lacroix’s “Women in Orient” exhibit in Paris.
New Pringle design director Alistair Carr found inspiration in everything from a 1962 archive photo to the graphic seat cushions of London’s underground.
Francisco Costa stuck to what he does best for resort. He showed a spare, clean, monochromatic lineup in a palette of white, black and icy gray.
Mark Badgley and James Mischka were inspired by Palm Beach in the Sixties and artist Jeremiah Goodman.
The USS Intrepid’s deck served as the designer’s runway for his lovely resort collection of nautical and Americana-inspired pieces.
The lineup was full of good girls and bad girls in pinafore dresses done in white cotton eyelet for the angels and laser-cut black leather for the devils.
The designer mixed innocent sensuality à la David Hamilton and a Brigitte Bardot-inspired glam sex-appeal for a fresh and sensual resort collection.
The designer will offer some words of wisdom, when Parsons The New School for Design hosts next month’s “Fashion Campus NYC.”
Karl Lagerfeld can now sip his Diet Coke from a glass of his own design — and one handblown in Sweden at Orrefors, no less.
Nicole and Michael Colovos’ resort story begins with the forgotten Spomenik monuments of the former Yugoslavia, as photographed by artist Jan Kempenaers.
The bright colors and flouncy dresses of Spain inspired the designer’s resort collection.
Fiona Cibani’s resort outing for featured elements derived from nature, such as boulders and water droplets.