The Resort 2016 deluge continued and brought with it a continued stream of inspiration. Flip through our favorite picks then check out their full collections here. We guarantee there is something for everyone, whether you’re looking to paint the town red or reinvent your professional wardrobe.
Just a week after winning the CFDA's Swarovski Award for Womenswear, Rosie Assoulin showed a Resort 2016 collection filled with statement daywear in head-turning silhouettes. We loved this pink cocktail dress for its tongue-in-cheek take on Southern charm. All Photos: Courtesy
Continuing to build on the buttoned-up vibe of his Fall 2015 collection, Marc Jacobs showed a red, white and black line of embroidered coats, knits and full-skirted dresses.
Creatures of the Wind
Thanks to Creatures of the Wind, we'll be replacing our hackneyed 2014 circle skirt with a luxe, lamé version. (Pair with a silk shell top for an elevated-yet-youthful dinner ensemble.)
We're putting money on Emily Ratajkowski rocking one of this collection's gorgeous lace-up, form-fitting dresses in the near future.
If we could live in a lookbook, this would be it. Co shot its cleanly tailored separates and fluid slip dresses (rendered in a dreamy palette of grays, blues and creams), on a remote, rugged beach.
Not only did Peter Pilotto's Resort 2016 collection usher in a more demure, folk-inspired vibe for the brand, it also announced its collaboration with Ancient Greek Sandals (hitting stores in November).
Pajama dressing isn't going anywhere, just have your tailor crop your pants.
Joining several other designers this season, Carven showed skinny, crew-neck knits tucked into A-line midi skirts. The brand's French schoolgirl staples (think shrunken jackets and high-waisted shorts) also made a strong showing.