Millennial chic was the mood at Off-White. Continuing the path started with the fall show, Virgil Abloh developed a collection focused on a feminine, more mature look yet still imbued with youthful energy.

With “wildness” as the theme, the lineup was filled with fabrics and motifs revealing a naturalistic touch. Textured jute with a rustic feel was crafted, for example, for a suit showing a boxy jacket and oversized pants but also for a hyper-feminine corset worn over a lace high-neck top. In a play of contrasts, a fresh floral pattern was splashed both on a utilitarian front pocket shirt and on a fluid plissé silk skirt.

A mannish influence echoed in the asymmetric shirts featuring a combination of striped patters, while the draped silk frocks and the intarsia satin and lace slipdresses exuded sensual femininity.

See More From the Resort 2018 Collections:

Fausto Puglisi Resort 2018: New, deconstructed silhouettes were introduced in the designer’s resort collection, which spanned from feminine chic to tomboy.
Jill Stuart Resort 2018: Jill Stuart touched back to her roots with a fresh, fun and easy resort collection.
Nomia Resort 2018: Yara Flinn’s resort lineup focused on slight contrasts of the masculine and feminine in soft-yet-manipulated fabrics.
Creatures of Comfort Resort 2018: Jade Lai brought Twenties beach pajamas into the 21st century, with some looks having a few steps above ath-leisure and a nice tomboy balance.
Sportmax Resort 2018: Sportmax looked to its archives for its collection combining sartorial and sporty references.
Roksanda Resort 2018: A big fan of art, Roksanda Ilincic took cues from Seventies tapestries and embedded handcrafted elements into garments for resort.