Marios Schwab took a sartorial approach to resort with looks that played on the codes of men’s tailoring. A black crepe jumpsuit took its cues from a tuxedo jacket with long sleeves and pockets at the hips, while a teal crepe de chine dress was inspired by shirting with tails and capelike sleeves. Those details, Schwab said, were “a way to bring in a masculine element without taking away the glamour of eveningwear.” He also worked the theme for day with softly structured pieces such as crepe jackets and jersey shift dresses, some of which had alabaster and crystal embellishments at the neck. Meanwhile, a few pieces were done in tailored denim, lending a youthful edge to the lineup.

Marios Schwab took a sartorial approach to resort with looks that played on the codes of men’s tailoring. A black crepe jumpsuit took its cues from a tuxedo jacket with long sleeves and pockets at the hips, while a teal crepe de chine dress was inspired by shirting with tails and capelike sleeves. Those details, Schwab said, were “a way to bring in a masculine element without taking away the glamour of eveningwear.” He also worked the theme for day with softly structured pieces such as crepe jackets and jersey shift dresses, some of which had alabaster and crystal embellishments at the neck. Meanwhile, a few pieces were done in tailored denim, lending a youthful edge to the lineup.

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