For Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis, the recent winners of the CFDA’s Swarovski Award for Womenswear, resort isn’t the time to be tricky. “It just needs to be beautiful,” said Beatty. Back to nature was the idea, at least in terms of the print combinations done on their signature vintage-y shapes, such as a plaid top with an embroidered neckline worn with dégradé floral-printed pants. Fabric-wise, the designers, who have traditionally worked with natural materials, embraced more synthetics. A boxy printed coat was done in a dot-embossed silk and polyester blend, while an A-line skirt and embellished T-shirt came in slick vinyl.

For Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis, the recent winners of the CFDA’s Swarovski Award for Womenswear, resort isn’t the time to be tricky. “It just needs to be beautiful,” said Beatty. Back to nature was the idea, at least in terms of the print combinations done on their signature vintage-y shapes, such as a plaid top with an embroidered neckline worn with dégradé floral-printed pants. Fabric-wise, the designers, who have traditionally worked with natural materials, embraced more synthetics. A boxy printed coat was done in a dot-embossed silk and polyester blend, while an A-line skirt and embellished T-shirt came in slick vinyl.

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