At her resort preview, Marina Moscone spoke about always keeping her woman as the center of what she does. “My girl is always the same, poised and self-assured, but she has a romantic air,” she explained. Like Moscone, this girl also loves art; this season, the works of Jean Arp served as reference — the volume of his metallic sculptures informed the generously cut sleeves and rounded silhouettes while an image of Brancusi’s studio tied together the elevated color palette of whites, muted pink, dusty green, amber and bits of black.

“I have to say, this collection is very much about key pieces,” the designer said while pointing to a white off-the-shoulder shirtdress, which she explained could be worn as a dress or opened up, over vintage jeans. A group of hammered satin easy separates and feminine knits set off the more glamorous looks such as the metallic silk short dresses and a silk jacquard barely there jumpsuit. Other standouts included a soft white leather top with accentuated waist and a marble print cape strapless dress.

See More From the 2018 Resort Collections:

Reem Acra Resort 2018: Reem Acra’s resort collection was all about clean evening separates and bold colorblocking.

Nicole Miller Resort 2018: The classic Nicole Miller girl exudes an edgy vibe, and for this resort collection, this was no exception.

Erdem Resort 2018: The designer drew inspiration from the surrealist paintings of Sylvia Fein to the abstract collages of the German Dada artist Hannah Höch.

RtA Resort 2018: Eighties’ and Nineties’ influences were mixed and matched in this glamorous resort collection infused with a rock’n’roll appeal.

Tadashi Shoji Resort 2018: The designer channeled Jane Birkin for a collection of flirty separates and a bohemian spirit. 

Erika Cavallini Resort 2018: Sartorial elements were introduced in this resort collection celebrating an effortless elegance.