Lorenzo Serafini called his resort lineup “Disco Romance.” He’s thinking of the iconic glamour muses of the Seventies — Jerry Hall, Loulou de la Falaise and Bianca Jagger. “I had in mind a very specific picture of Bianca Jagger in a white lace dress with doves in her hands,” Serafini said. “That gave me the right vibe for my collection.” Still anchored in femininity, the clothes were less soft and girly and more geared toward an adult party. Bold rainbow stripes were worked on a ruffled, single shoulder dress and top with extreme ruffles at the shoulder and big shiny pleated black pants. Pairing bold colors — teal, magenta and red — with black gave everything a graphic bite that was heightened by swingy party dresses or tight wrapped minis. Tassel details and braided belts added a retro decadence. Tiny star prints added a lighter touch to the print mix, but overall the look was for strong woman who wants to make an entrance.

See More From the Resort 2018 Collections:

Cynthia Rowley Resort 2018: Cynthia Rowley’s latest lineup is all about mastering the art of the long weekend getaway.

Claudia Li Resort 2018: The collection drew from the designer’s own dreams and the surrealist work of Joe Webb and Salvador Dalí.

Stella Jean Resort 2018: Country and tropical motifs were incorporated in this collection, focused on very feminine silhouettes. 

Vivetta Resort 2018: Vivetta Ponti introduced edgier, more mature silhouettes for resort. 

Martha Medeiros Resort 2018: Martha Medeiro’s handmade Brazilian lace collection drew from the arid landscapes of the designer’s native region of Sertão. 

Sass & Bide Resort 2018: Sophia Berman’s resort collection referenced Casa Batllo, a fantastically decorated home by Antoni Gaudí, to inject a Spanish flare into resort.

By  on June 22, 2017

Lorenzo Serafini called his resort lineup “Disco Romance.” He’s thinking of the iconic glamour muses of the Seventies — Jerry Hall, Loulou de la Falaise and Bianca Jagger. “I had in mind a very specific picture of Bianca Jagger in a white lace dress with doves in her hands,” Serafini said. “That gave me the right vibe for my collection.” Still anchored in femininity, the clothes were less soft and girly and more geared toward an adult party. Bold rainbow stripes were worked on a ruffled, single shoulder dress and top with extreme ruffles at the shoulder and big shiny pleated black pants. Pairing bold colors — teal, magenta and red — with black gave everything a graphic bite that was heightened by swingy party dresses or tight wrapped minis. Tassel details and braided belts added a retro decadence. Tiny star prints added a lighter touch to the print mix, but overall the look was for strong woman who wants to make an entrance.

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