We found designers were mixing bright contrasting colors as a unique take on color-blocking. The mixing of colors can be taken a step further with accessories like shoes and bags, as shown above.
There was some serious neck hardware in many of the collections, like these statement chokers. You can opt for the minimalist look with simple metals or try a jewel adorned piece, like Chanel’s.
Snakeskin was popping up everywhere in Resort this year, specifically in shoes. Some designers went for neutral tones, while 3.1 Phillip Lim’s collection incorporates a little color to this slithering trend.
Statements can be found on more than just t-shirts, now you can give onlookers even more to pay attention to when walking down the street. Moschino did a continuation of their series of “This is not a Moschino…” pieces with this fun bag.
The gladiator sandal trend has been going strong for a few years now, but this years’ collections were showing taller, more dramatic styles. Some kept it simple like Miu Miu, while others went for color and embellishment.
Get ready to start lacing up because we will be seeing a lot of this rocker trend. Alexander Wang’s obsession worthy blue suede knee-highs and Louis Vuitton’s funky bright heels are sure to turn heads. Some other takes on this trend kept it more simple, like 3.1 Phillip Lim’s.