Looking to sleeken Eighties streetwear with the modernism of the Nineties, Olivier Theyskens’ latest collection offered lots of wardrobe staples in innovative fabrics and shapes. A jumpsuit in a beautiful watercolor print appeared to have a shirt tied at its waist but was actually one piece. T-shirts had drop backs and luxe suede was cut into relaxed rompers and track pants. “Resort is really about essentials that speak to modern life,” said the designer.

Looking to sleeken Eighties streetwear with the modernism of the Nineties, Olivier Theyskens’ latest collection offered lots of wardrobe staples in innovative fabrics and shapes. A jumpsuit in a beautiful watercolor print appeared to have a shirt tied at its waist but was actually one piece. T-shirts had drop backs and luxe suede was cut into relaxed rompers and track pants. “Resort is really about essentials that speak to modern life,” said the designer.

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