Albert Kriemler’s resort inspirations — the world’s oceans and even oceanography pioneers — turned up quite literally in his collection for Akris. He featured photoprints of a 19th-century painting of Prince Albert I of Monaco — who was a passionate marine scientist and founder of the Institute Oceanographique in Paris — on a shirt and shorts look. Other prints included ones of people frolicking in the ocean and a sky-meets-sea motif with glistening reflections. There were also plenty of chic nautical stripes, tailored trousers and easy off-the-shoulder dresses — all done in a palette of red, white and blue.

Albert Kriemler’s resort inspirations — the world’s oceans and even oceanography pioneers — turned up quite literally in his collection for Akris. He featured photoprints of a 19th-century painting of Prince Albert I of Monaco — who was a passionate marine scientist and founder of the Institute Oceanographique in Paris — on a shirt and shorts look. Other prints included ones of people frolicking in the ocean and a sky-meets-sea motif with glistening reflections. There were also plenty of chic nautical stripes, tailored trousers and easy off-the-shoulder dresses — all done in a palette of red, white and blue.

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