Inspired by water in all its forms, Johnny Talbot and Adrian Runhof played with technical fabrics that reflected a wet, shimmery appearance. Their resort lineup of languid dresses and evening separates, done in metallic jacquards, Lurex, fil coupé, velvets, cellophane and silk — some embellished with beading — were kept oversize, and included capelike details and plenty of back interest.

 

“The natural progression with our water theme was looser, voluminous silhouettes,” Talbot explained, holding up a glimmering navy gown in Lurex bonded to jersey. “The looks are still fitted, but the volume adds drama.” A colorful coat done in pink patterned jacquard was the standout look for daywear.

By  on June 4, 2015

Inspired by water in all its forms, Johnny Talbot and Adrian Runhof played with technical fabrics that reflected a wet, shimmery appearance. Their resort lineup of languid dresses and evening separates, done in metallic jacquards, Lurex, fil coupé, velvets, cellophane and silk — some embellished with beading — were kept oversize, and included capelike details and plenty of back interest.

 

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