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Thakoon -

ARTISANAL TOUCH New York: Thakoon Panichgul began his Cruise/Resort 2015 collection with a joyful spirit that is apparent in each look. He pulled inspiration from Henri Matisse's cutouts for the colorful prints which complemented his alluring take on maritime stripes.  – Deirdre Pérez Key Items: Masculine tailored coat / A-line skirts / Tank tops / Wrap dresses / Fit and flare dresses / Tunic shapes / Bateau ...
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Tome -

EFFORTLESSLY CHIC New York: Tome's first cruise collection for 2015 was full of easy-to-wear basics with essential silhouettes. Loose constructions, soft pleated volume and lightweight materials produced an effortlessly chic aesthetic ideal for the season.– Deirdre Pérez Key Items: Slip dresses / Wide leg cropped trousers / Jumpsuit / Trench coat / Utility jackets / Fine gauge v-neck sweaters / Tank dresses / Tee-shapes / ...
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Calvin Klein Collection -

LUXE RETRO VIBE New York: Francisco Costa put together a streamlined silhouette for Cruise stating Matisse’s collages were an inspiration to his collection, although there was also a distinct late sixties, early seventies vibe which exuded a modern cool. Costa used ultra modern technical fabrics which were flat and clean edged – perfect for the leaner silhouette that appears to be dominating ...
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SB47 -

MODERN URBANITE New York: Sachin and Babi's contemporary line SB47 sent forth a polished urban collection for C/R 2015. Asymmetrical silhouettes and handkerchief hemlines stood out. The modern looks are ideal for a fun night out in the city.– Deirdre Pérez Key Items: Boxy sets / Asymmetrical skirts / Shirt dresses / Sleeveless jackets / Skinny pants / Leather jackets / Mini shift dresses / ...
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3.1 Phillip Lim

SEVENTIES SOJOURN New York: Phillip Lim is another designer that has reverted to the seventies for inspiration for the Cruise season. Lim gave this particular era a tongue in cheek update with undulating hemlines on shift dresses, slightly flared hems to slim leg pants and suede dresses trimmed with oversized eyelets.  There was also a strong influence from YSL's Safari collection but ...
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Honor -

FEMININE FLOWER New York:  Giovanna Randall did not stray away from her signature look of ultra-femininity in Honor’s second resort collection. Sweet, princess-seamed dresses, flower-printed sets and floor-sweeping gowns exuded the lovely, delicate spirit of a beautiful desert flower. — Marissa Stuart Key Items:  Princess seamed fit and flare / Long-sleeved A-line shift / Tailored sets / Crombie coats / Knee-length circle skirts ...
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Derek Lam -

1966 New York: Derek Lam took everyone back to 1966, the year he was born, for Cruise 2015. It was also the same year that sportswear hit the market. The collection was full of long and lean silhouettes, boxy sets and easy-to-wear tunics. Each piece embodied the luxurious simplicity and sophistication found at the heart of the designer's brand-DNA. – Deirdre Pérez Key Items: Tailored ...
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Apiece Apart -

ROMAN HOLIDAY New York: Laura Cramer and Starr Hout offered plenty of great basics for their first cruise collection. Inspired by Cy Twombly’s Italian studio, there were prints that emulated the designer's tiled floors and placed stripes were mismatched  in uncluttered easy pieces. The shorts and sweaters too were every bit as chic as the streamlined dresses and jackets that were quite ...
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Alexander Wang -

UTILITARIAN SLOUCH New York: Alexander Wang captured defiant attitude and angst in an collection of  slouchy, streetwear infused with clean utility detailing. Trippy tie-dyes prints covered PVC raincoats or peeked though opaque layers for a grown-up, slacker vibe. — Marissa Stuart Key Items:  Utility sets / Sheaths with contrast pockets / Boxy woven tee / Anorak / Sweatshirt / PVC raincoat / ...
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Rodebjer -

FLOWERED WHIMSY New York:  Carin Rodebjer offered a broad collection for resort ranging from casual styles to more formal looks. Graphic flowers and blurry watercolor prints were consistent throughout adding a fresh touch to this playful collection.  — Marissa Stuart Key Items:  Ruffled peplum tops / T-shirt dress / Skinny jeans / Fluffy sweaters / Tuxedo blouses / Boyfriend jeans / Peasant ...
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Reed Krakoff -

OFF-KILTER SPORT New York: Reed Krakoff referenced scrap metal artwork by adding abstract metallic stokes and sequins to active-inspired silhouettes for a unique blend of lightness and structure. — Marissa Stuart Key Items: Track suits / Sleeveless jackets / Asymmetrical drop-ruffle skirts / Strapless dresses / Metallic woven tee / Shifts / T-shirt dress / Wrap skirts / Slouchy track pants / Sweatshirt / ...
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Altuzarra -

FRENCH CHIC New York: Altuzarra named his Cruise collection "Querelle" after the Rainer Werner Fassbinder film. Here was a subtle riff on the maritime theme rendering the looks chic and feminine. Tassels provided an artisanal touch echoed throughout, from the exquisite tailored jackets, collars of dresses and finally the shoes. (Altuzarra’s first in-house collection) The lineup was completed by an irresistible group ...
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Diane Von Furstenberg -

CELEBRATION New York:  Diane Von Furstenberg’s resort collection was full of jubilance with a playful array of colorful poppy prints decorating her signature wrap dresses. — Marissa Stuart Key Items:  Fit and flare dresses / Short sets / Color-blocked tunic sets / Shirt dresses / Tuxedo suits / Straight coats / Maxi wrap dresses / High-waist trousers / Flared pants Color: Royal purple ...
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Marc Jacobs -

HAPPY DAYS! New York: Marc Jacobs' Resort collection was devoted almost entirely to fun, party clothes where he too appeared to have been bitten by the 60s bug! "People getting dressed up, going out. Happy, lively," was the quote from Design Director, Joseph Carter. There were sparkling minidresses, fun fur jackets and guipure lace trousers as well as pieces for happy, casual ...
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Adam Lippes -

LONG AND LEAN New York:  Adam Lippes kept it simple for the season with a wearable collection full of elongated silhouettes. Details were minimal and maintained a relaxed vibe with collarless construction on jackets and tonal layering. — Marissa Stuart Key Items:  Paper-bag waist trousers and pencil skirts / Long blazers / Layered tunics / Fur coat / Maxi wrap dress / ...
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