From the Swinging London revolution prevalent in the 1960s, the new Resort 22 collection saw the light.
The English capital is adorned with energy and vitality. New generations are emancipating and women are shining in funky patterns and daring accessories. That is how Beatnik fashion frees curves and places London at the forefront of modernity in statement jumpsuits featuring an exhilarating black and white mix.
The narrow cuts are reduced, and the minis and maxis are scalloped either with jewels or with lace. The styles come together and a new silhouette emerges in suggestive cut-outs to underline the carefree attitude defining this new era. The eclectic choices become more and more daring and match perfectly with the playful liveliness of the time. The multi-coloured stones embellish the structured spencers or the dresses enhanced with sequins, while the scallops flutter on the hems. Taffeta dresses stand out with sophisticated cuts for a glamorous and sensual finish.
The futuristic approach makes its debut in a perfect blend of vinyl and pleated lace. Ruffles twirl around the arms in graceful movements and over skirts for exhilarating pirouettes. The organza seems spirited and seductive in drapery, and reflects a casual attitude when intertwined with lace. The cady pants steal the spotlight in multiple shapes, giving the classiest replica of sheer chiffon shirts.
It is a captivating Resort collection that varies between golds, blacks and ecrus, and plays on frivolity in tangy lemon, magenta and orange then inhales a breath of freedom in purple and fern.
A palette that blends, just like the entire collection, tones, femininity and charm.
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