Samuel Drira’s resort collection focused on a mix-and-match wardrobe of crafty yet serene separates in natural colors with a focus on lightweight fabric development. There was myriad jersey in interesting treatments: A check motif using a Fifties technique to add luster to the cloth came on tops and dresses with handkerchief sleeves; gauzy cotton nylon was washed for a crinkle effect; thick cotton took form on tailored double-layer coats and pants with utility pockets, and a viscose jersey had a subtle stripe that recalled bed linens. Also reminiscent of the linen closet were pristine white cotton dresses, blouses and pants with graphic ladder embroidery, which Drira also issued in black leather. More textural and cozy — yet still light — were the draped and layered linen blend knit looks.

 

By  on June 26, 2015

Samuel Drira’s resort collection focused on a mix-and-match wardrobe of crafty yet serene separates in natural colors with a focus on lightweight fabric development. There was myriad jersey in interesting treatments: A check motif using a Fifties technique to add luster to the cloth came on tops and dresses with handkerchief sleeves; gauzy cotton nylon was washed for a crinkle effect; thick cotton took form on tailored double-layer coats and pants with utility pockets, and a viscose jersey had a subtle stripe that recalled bed linens. Also reminiscent of the linen closet were pristine white cotton dresses, blouses and pants with graphic ladder embroidery, which Drira also issued in black leather. More textural and cozy — yet still light — were the draped and layered linen blend knit looks.

 

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