For resort, Simon Holloway channeled the Sixties — round-shouldered coats, plissé skirts paired with cotton bouclé sweaters — but he softened the silhouettes, making them modern and more practical. Luxurious materials were used simply and elegantly: A double-face wool and cotton coat was finished with suede details, while an asymmetric one-shoulder dress, featuring a color-blocked pattern, was cut close to the body. Sporty parkas opened to reveal sumptuous fox fur linings.

 

It all radiated chic femininity, which may be why a look that broke the overall discreet mood — a bomber jacket in a patchwork of furry fox — seemed somewhat eccentric.

By  on June 22, 2016

For resort, Simon Holloway channeled the Sixties — round-shouldered coats, plissé skirts paired with cotton bouclé sweaters — but he softened the silhouettes, making them modern and more practical. Luxurious materials were used simply and elegantly: A double-face wool and cotton coat was finished with suede details, while an asymmetric one-shoulder dress, featuring a color-blocked pattern, was cut close to the body. Sporty parkas opened to reveal sumptuous fox fur linings.

 

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