Quiet pastels grounded by neutral shades are popular items on the resort menu. Brian Reyes says he wanted to suck the color out of sorbet hues to create a cool palette, focusing on easy pants and dresses in peach and mint. Influenced by the faded colors of the Australian landscape, Jason Wu turns out airy pleated gowns. The ocean is the inspiration for Yeohlee Teng's knit dresses in wavy, watery patterns. Carlos Miele evokes the beaches of Brazil with caftans and tie-dyed party dresses. Meanwhile, Rena Lange's Franke Gembalies works pops of color into pencil skirts and day dresses, softening the look against a gray backdrop.
Photos By: JOHN AQUINO, TALAYA CENTENO AND KYLE ERICKSEN
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