Fausto Puglisi infused a new fluidity into his resort collection.

The brand’s signature sculpted silhouettes — including A-line skirts and constructed frocks — were this season juxtaposed with ultrasoft designs. For example, there was a range of breezy silk maxidresses, including one with a soft bow at the neck, all printed in a floral motif inspired by a Thirties Indian pattern.

For the first time, Puglisi introduced cotton poplin, which was crafted for a flared skirt matched with a coordinated shirt, both splashed with a graphic print featuring the fashion house’s signature baroque sun.

The hyperfeminine look of lightweight intarsia skirts in tulle, worn with simple white T-shirts, contrasted with the tomboy attitude of bold leather jackets decorated with gold metallic embellishments. The street appeal of the collection was enhanced by the maxi T-shirts showing images of ancient sculptures and a hoodie printed with the word “Royalty,” a recurrent motif in the lineup.

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Creatures of Comfort Resort 2018: Jade Lai brought Twenties beach pajamas into the 21st century.

Sportmax Resort 2018: Sportmax looked to its archives for its collection combining sartorial and sporty references.

Christopher Kane Resort 2018: The designer traveled back to his native Scotland for this elegant, exuberant collection.

Roksanda Resort 2018: A big fan of art, Roksanda Ilincic took cues from Seventies tapestries and embedded handcrafted elements into garments for resort.

Ryan Roche Resort 2018: A trip to New Mexico inspired the color palette and overall sense of poetic romance.  

By  on June 19, 2017
Fausto Puglisi Resort 2018

Fausto Puglisi infused a new fluidity into his resort collection.The brand’s signature sculpted silhouettes — including A-line skirts and constructed frocks — were this season juxtaposed with ultrasoft designs. For example, there was a range of breezy silk maxidresses, including one with a soft bow at the neck, all printed in a floral motif inspired by a Thirties Indian pattern.For the first time, Puglisi introduced cotton poplin, which was crafted for a flared skirt matched with a coordinated shirt, both splashed with a graphic print featuring the fashion house’s signature baroque sun.The hyperfeminine look of lightweight intarsia skirts in tulle, worn with simple white T-shirts, contrasted with the tomboy attitude of bold leather jackets decorated with gold metallic embellishments. The street appeal of the collection was enhanced by the maxi T-shirts showing images of ancient sculptures and a hoodie printed with the word “Royalty,” a recurrent motif in the lineup.

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