Mixing Bold Colors
Seen on the runways at: Christian Siriano, House of Holland, Matthew Williamson, Moschino, Alice and Olivia

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.


Heavy Chokers
Seen on the runways at: Balmain, Chanel, M Missoni

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.

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Python Footwear
Seen on the runways at: GucciAltuzarra3.1 Phillip Lim

 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.


Bags that (Literally) Make a Statement
Designers: Moschino, Furla, Chanel

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.


Knee-High Gladiators
Designers: Miu Miu, Valentino, Tsumori Chisato, Kenzo, Versace

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.

Lace-Up Boots
Designers: Alexander Wang, Louis Vuitton, 3.1 Phillip Lim

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.

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