The coastal colors of Portofino and Monte Carlo inspired Escada’s creative director Daniel Wingate, who infused his vast resort collection with pastels, such as pink, canary yellow and cornflower blue, as well as a sharp nautical moment — the lineup’s strongest group. Seafaring stripes were used on a double-breasted blazer, basic knits and a yacht-worthy silk satin gown. The pastels appeared mostly on soft silks — ruffled tops and skirts shown in color-blocked combinations that will likely appeal to a mature audience. The laser-cut leathers, on the other hand, worked on woven jackets and a chic black topper with white Whipstitching, gave the lineup a sleek, modern edge.

The coastal colors of Portofino and Monte Carlo inspired Escada’s creative director Daniel Wingate, who infused his vast resort collection with pastels, such as pink, canary yellow and cornflower blue, as well as a sharp nautical moment — the lineup’s strongest group. Seafaring stripes were used on a double-breasted blazer, basic knits and a yacht-worthy silk satin gown. The pastels appeared mostly on soft silks — ruffled tops and skirts shown in color-blocked combinations that will likely appeal to a mature audience. The laser-cut leathers, on the other hand, worked on woven jackets and a chic black topper with white Whipstitching, gave the lineup a sleek, modern edge.

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