London in the Seventies — in particular, the punk movement — inspired creative directors Dean and Dan Caten for resort. Their new pants silhouette — a drop-crotch, slightly flared style with maxi cuffs — was paired with a range of designs, such as an argyle vest layered under a bonded leather biker jacket or a shrunken striped knitted polo, as well as with a voluminous military green parka that was checkered from the waist down (checks also appeared on sleeves and waistlines). A variety of patches were stitched on a boyish denim jacket and on a white crew neck top paired with denim pants, which were embellished with a biker-inspired leather detail.

 

The collection’s masculine attitude was balanced by hyper-glamorous minidresses, including a V-neck style entirely covered with sparkling sequins.

By  on July 5, 2016

London in the Seventies — in particular, the punk movement — inspired creative directors Dean and Dan Caten for resort. Their new pants silhouette — a drop-crotch, slightly flared style with maxi cuffs — was paired with a range of designs, such as an argyle vest layered under a bonded leather biker jacket or a shrunken striped knitted polo, as well as with a voluminous military green parka that was checkered from the waist down (checks also appeared on sleeves and waistlines). A variety of patches were stitched on a boyish denim jacket and on a white crew neck top paired with denim pants, which were embellished with a biker-inspired leather detail. The collection's masculine attitude was balanced by hyper-glamorous minidresses, including a V-neck style entirely covered with sparkling sequins.

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