Sportmax looked into its archives for resort. In particular, the brand focused on a specific decade, the Nineties, which inspired the minimalistic allure of the collection.

Tailored constructions gave a polished attitude to a leather trenchcoat and a black power coat, both featuring applied, voluminous pockets. The inlaid tank tops of feminine dresses had a trompe-l’oeil effect, while midi dresses were designed with fitted silhouettes.

The collection’s strong tailoring element was contrasted with a sporty attitude. Activewear staples, such as a zippered sweatshirt, were elevated through the use of a rich silk, while a reversible nylon collarless coat revealed a technical nylon face.

Rib knitted details appeared on many of the pieces, including mannish pants, which were matched with a logo sweatshirt and a hooded windbreaker.

The lineup was also strong on cocoon outerwear designs, crafted from cotton and nylon with a wrinkled effect, while a jacket with a front pocket was oversize and rendered in a fabric with a denim effect.

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Kate Spade New York Resort 2018: Deborah Lloyd balanced playful kitsch and pop femininity for her Kate Spade New York resort collection.
Rag & Bone Resort 2018: Resort was a smart progression in focusing on perfecting individual pieces for Rag & Bone.
M Missoni Resort 2018: A light feminist spirit coursed throughout the playful resort collection for M Missoni.
Rochas Resort 2018: Feminine silhouettes and rich fabrics contributed to the sophisticated elegance of this resort collection.
MSGM Resort 2018: Massimo Giorgetti combined a retro surf inspiration with contemporary art and music references in this resort collection infused with urban edge.