November 28, 2020

Zuhair Murad Resort 2018

The collection had a stronger daywear bent without losing any of the poetry and femininity, with Zuhair Murad carefully dosing his fairytale theme. He expressed a sweet side and a dark side, ranging from a powder blue princess gown in embroidery depicting a castle in the clouds to a draped black printed dress and a black suit with a peplum jacket dusted with stars that had a Forties Surrealism flavor.
Standouts included a mannish suit with stitched lines evoking pinstripes that were then dotted with studs, and the white lace and ruffled looks with a dreamy David Hamilton vibe. Not forgetting the more romantic dresses embroidered with pretty prints mixing birds of paradise, blooms, nymphs and unicorns that allowed for a bit of escapism.
Osman Resort 2018: Yousefzada’s cosmic collection offered a constellation of feminine and architectural shapes.
Blumarine Resort 2018: Rebecca Louise Law’s floral installation inspired the delicate beauty which Anna Molinari injected in her feminine collection.
Fleur du Mal Resort 2018: Jennifer Zuccarini presented a quintessential resort collection with a lingerie twist.
Maison Michel Resort 2018: Priscilla Royer had in mind the movie “Legally Blonde” in conceiving this collection.
Maggie Marilyn Resort 2018: Designer Maggie Marilyn Hewitt’s sun-kissed collection was based around the feeling of the last few days of

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