Brown and gold —Louis Vuitton’s staple colors — might have provided the starting point for resort, but the collection was anything but drab. Vuitton’s women’s creative director Julie de Libran softened the palette with lovely lilacs and purples for charming silhouettes loosely based on French colonial chic—think Catherine Deneuve maneuvring the tropical heat in “Indochine” without ever losing her soigné. That meant cropped pants layered with chic tunics, ultra-soft printed leather tops and pants, and plenty of broderie anglaise and sequinned details to add to the lineup’s feminine feel. And with colorful oversize vizors like the ones on hand at Vuitton, there will be no sun strong enough to lose your cool.

Brown and gold —Louis Vuitton’s staple colors — might have provided the starting point for resort, but the collection was anything but drab. Vuitton’s women's creative director Julie de Libran softened the palette with lovely lilacs and purples for charming silhouettes loosely based on French colonial chic—think Catherine Deneuve maneuvring the tropical heat in “Indochine” without ever losing her soigné. That meant cropped pants layered with chic tunics, ultra-soft printed leather tops and pants, and plenty of broderie anglaise and sequinned details to add to the lineup’s feminine feel. And with colorful oversize vizors like the ones on hand at Vuitton, there will be no sun strong enough to lose your cool.

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