Lorenzo Serafini called his resort lineup “Disco Romance.” He’s thinking of the iconic glamour muses of the Seventies — Jerry Hall, Loulou de la Falaise and Bianca Jagger. “I had in mind a very specific picture of Bianca Jagger in a white lace dress with doves in her hands,” Serafini said. “That gave me the right vibe for my collection.” Still anchored in femininity, the clothes were less soft and girly and more geared toward an adult party.
Mark Badgley and James Mischka have had the pleasure of dressing Anjelica Huston many times. “She did our anniversary campaign a few years ago and we’re so inspired by her,” Badgley said. They based many of the resort gowns on Huston’s taste of a sleek column or sculptural silhouette with one great detail, which made for a lineup of striking dresses. A black “butter” crepe dress with a deep V and graphic belt was killer. Another gown had a gently fluted white skirt and beaded black top.
A Twenties beach pajama isn’t exactly a modern concept, but Jade Lai managed to bring it up to date for resort in the awkwardly cool style she’s carved out at Creatures of Comfort. “The collection was inspired by the Twenties with its playfulness and the introduction of looser silhouettes, drop waists and [the] workman’s playsuit,” she said. A delicate white floral was smocked and wrapped into a light off-the-shoulder top and matching cropped pants with a ruffled hem.
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