Showing posts with label Resort 2011. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Resort 2011. Show all posts
Now that I'm back from my holiday, I've at last been able to catch up with the last of the resort collections for 2011. Here are my final favourites:


Lovely simple pieces which stick to a relatively neutral colour palette. Perfect for understated summer holiday chic.


Probably not the most practical of the Resort collections, but I had to include at least a couple of pieces by Lanvin as I loved how they were presented. 

Christopher Kane

A collection which featured stunningly vibrant, standout prints, which I love. This collection feels extremely modern, as Kane has re-envisioned the dress, making it more structured and creating a unique silhouette for the next year.

What were your Resort 2011 favourites? Any that I've missed?

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05.08.2010- Last Resort

Some more favourites from the 2011 Resort shows:

The Row

 Simple maxi dresses, I really love the effect that the pleats in the fabric have on accentuating the line of the garment.


 I love love love this collection. It's full of really wearable pieces and is perfect for spending summer in the city. I also adore the muted colours.


 It's no secret that I adore Erdem, I put it down to the fact that I'm more than a little obsessed with prints, specifically those of the floral variety. The cut of this collection is so elegant, and the longline dresses are just gorgeous. The maxi is notoriously difficult to carry off well, but by keeping the line straight and clean, the simplicity of the garment and beauty of the print shines through. 

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21.06.2010- More Resort

Here are my favourites from the 2011 Resort Collections so far (excluding Chanel, who I blogged about back in May here.)

Christian Dior

 An ultra-feminine collection from Galliano, with a distinct 60's flavour; bold lips, baby-doll dresses and beehives. 

Zac Posen

 Adore the simple pale colours and elegant lines.

Erin Fetherstone

 Simple monochrome styling, perfection.

Louis Vuitton

 A continuation of Fall's experimentation with feminine shapes.

Marc Jacobs

 Another really feminine, wearable collection; the dresses are so so cute in muted summer hues. Love the styling with the sun hats as well. 

Which resort collections are your favourites so far? 

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14.06.2010- Resort Shows