Resort is not just about the woman who’s heading off to a tropical destination. Proof was in Antonio Berardi’s collection, which was geared toward the urban woman with functional and relaxed pieces — perhaps a bit more relaxed than usual for the designer, as seen through voluminous looks that played on proportion. Red cropped wide pants, for example, were shown with a navy halter tank and bolero jacket, while roomy sea-green trousers were paired with a matching seamless turtleneck shirt, cut longer in back. A black-and-white abstract print worked its way onto trousers and tops, complementing the solid tones and giving the collection an assertive edge.

Resort is not just about the woman who’s heading off to a tropical destination. Proof was in Antonio Berardi’s collection, which was geared toward the urban woman with functional and relaxed pieces — perhaps a bit more relaxed than usual for the designer, as seen through voluminous looks that played on proportion. Red cropped wide pants, for example, were shown with a navy halter tank and bolero jacket, while roomy sea-green trousers were paired with a matching seamless turtleneck shirt, cut longer in back. A black-and-white abstract print worked its way onto trousers and tops, complementing the solid tones and giving the collection an assertive edge.

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