With his No. 21 resort collection, Alessandro Dell’Acqua demonstrated that iconic sportswear can have a superchic attitude — and look extremely feminine to boot. A satin bomber, for instance, was done in a Hawaiian-inspired print with an allover lace back, while a silk twill floral dress was worn under a sleeveless sweater printed with a black-and-white photo and embellished with a yellow lace collar. Dell’Acqua also took inspiration from the men’s world, working a ruffled minidress in a checkered cotton shirting fabric and putting lace inserts on a cotton poplin shirt.

With his No. 21 resort collection, Alessandro Dell’Acqua demonstrated that iconic sportswear can have a superchic attitude — and look extremely feminine to boot. A satin bomber, for instance, was done in a Hawaiian-inspired print with an allover lace back, while a silk twill floral dress was worn under a sleeveless sweater printed with a black-and-white photo and embellished with a yellow lace collar. Dell’Acqua also took inspiration from the men’s world, working a ruffled minidress in a checkered cotton shirting fabric and putting lace inserts on a cotton poplin shirt.

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