For his first resort collection, Henry Holland looked to the Spanish-speaking New World, in particular Peru and Mexico, with brightly striped Peruvian fabrics and Mexico’s Day of the Dead-inspired prints. “We focused on key, commercial shapes, and paired them with a lot of digital prints,” said Holland. “We’ve never done skulls before, so we made them with smiley faces.” Thus there were double silk georgette dresses digitally printed with a string of happy skulls around the neckline, heavyweight cotton varsity jackets with leather sleeves printed with bones and a belted silk caftan dress with Peruvian stripes. This Thursday, Holland will launch a short film on milkmade.com to showcase the resort lineup.

For his first resort collection, Henry Holland looked to the Spanish-speaking New World, in particular Peru and Mexico, with brightly striped Peruvian fabrics and Mexico’s Day of the Dead-inspired prints. “We focused on key, commercial shapes, and paired them with a lot of digital prints,” said Holland. “We’ve never done skulls before, so we made them with smiley faces.” Thus there were double silk georgette dresses digitally printed with a string of happy skulls around the neckline, heavyweight cotton varsity jackets with leather sleeves printed with bones and a belted silk caftan dress with Peruvian stripes. This Thursday, Holland will launch a short film on milkmade.com to showcase the resort lineup.

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