NEW YORK — Marc Jacobs and Michael Kors know the quickest way to a girl’s heart — flowers. For Louis Vuitton resort, Jacobs delivered his own spin on the charm of English roses, playing sweetness against sex appeal. There were dainty floral prints — inspired by vintage English wall coverings — on lingerie-style baby-doll frocks, and delicately embroidered bouquets on dresses and peekaboo eyelet bras and shorts. At Celine, meanwhile, Kors referenced the get-happy petal power of the Sixties in poppy reds, pinks and lime greens. He sprinkled a fun floral cutout motif throughout the collection on skirts, bathing suits and accessories. And for the flirts out there, he printed a minidress in toned-down psychedelic pinwheels.
PHOTOS BY GEORGE CHINSEE AND THOMAS IANNACCONE