Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Resort 2011

This years resort line was a great and practical one. The designers really tapped into what their customers are looking for in fashion, which is lots of light colours, flowing fabrics, and styles that anybody can really pull off. There also was plenty of day to night transition pieces, and of course with any show there has to be some outfits that might be hard to pull off. But if you looked at the outfits in pieces, there still were plenty of clothes that one can wear.
Burberry came out with an amazing outerwear, along with stunning animal prints. All the clothes said glitz and glamour.
John Galliano hit his Shanghai debut for Christian Dior out of the park. Tons of beautiful red carpet dresses and little cocktail dresses. This line came more from the 1960's. Lots of colour, amazing lace and ruffle detailing. Dior is definitely only going forward with the looks and style this line has.
I can never say enough good things about Chanel. I adore Coco Chanel and also Karl Lagerfeild's take on Chanel. This line is no different either. Lots or amazing colours, sheers, ruffles, dresses and swimsuits. Karl Lagerfeild expressed it as "very casual, very down to earth."

Diane Von Furstenberg really knows what her client's want. This collection was filled with amazing prints, nautical and of course, those cute wrap dresses. Going from her fall menswear inspired line to this ultra chic femme line is nothing but spectacular.
Dsquared² left there sexed up models on the runway for this line. They really decided to go back to their roots and to what they know for classic clean lines. It also was back to their preppy looks and style, but no one is hearing any complaints with that.
Peter Dundas resort line for Pucci was filled with amazing dresses and suits. Dundas, still on cloud nine, was ecstatic about all the press from the cannes and it really showed from this line.
I could go on all day about the resort shows. They were all amazing. Lots of beautiful clothes, bright colours, flowing dresses, ruffles, sheers, detailing it was all beyond amazing (well until the round of shows start up!)
Check out for all the designers and their lines for the Resort 2011!

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