From the slew of black to bright florals, the 2015 Resort Collections preview many trends that will be prominent during the Spring and Summer of next year. Resort will hit stores during November and December of this year, just in time to light up your winter wardrobes for that holiday getaway. Check out The Untitled Magazine‘s top trends from the Resort collections below!

Black is the new Black
Black is the New Black
Designers: Alexander Wang, Altuzarra, Damir Doma, and Elizabeth and James

During this seasons resort collections, we saw an influx of black clothing from all designers. Clean style lines and cocooning jackets were style staples in many of the designers collections. All of the black clothing coincides with the forthcoming exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on mourning clothing which, as one may guess, features lots of black clothing.

Blue blue blue
Cool Blues
Designers: KenzoEmanuel Ungaro3.1 Phillip Lim, and Akris.

From black, we go to blue! Designers kept it cool this 2015 resort season with a number of beautiful blue hues throughout their collections. A number of designers chose to either create blue tailored outfits with clean minimal styles lines, or draped dresses with subtle details that create major impact.

Laser Cut Fabric
Laser Cut Fabrics
Designers: Escada, Dennis Basso, Zimmermann, and Kaelen

Designers took a daring approach to style this 2015 resort season with intricate laser cut fabrics. Dresses from various designer collections were beautifully tailored in both the cut of the garment and the cut of the detail on the fabric. Muted fabrics with cut outs that gave just the right hint of sexy peek-through style that made an impact on the runways.

Funky Florals
3D Florals
Designers: Alexander McQueenAlice + OliviaValentino, and Christopher Kane.

Florals were truly groundbreaking this resort season. An edgy approach to floral was the focus this resort season with 70’s inspired floral styling giving life to a classic look. Florals took on a 3D trend and appeared to pop off of the garment in front of our eyes (no 3D glasses needed)!

Golden Yellow
Shades of Yellow

Designers: ChanelElie SaabLouis Vuitton, and Gucci.

Designers let the sun shine through their garments this season. The golden fabrics would light up any closet with flowing hemlines that make you ready for that forthcoming resort vacation.

Tailored Leather
Designers: JosephDiesel Black GoldDsquared, and Adam Lippes.

A little edge never hurt anyone, and the collections proved just that by providing us with a number of striking leather jackets and dresses in bold colors. Minimal embellishments provided a clean, tailored style that we saw as a common trend amongst all of the Resort 2015 collections.

Neon Reds

Neon Red
Designers: Christian DiorJ MendelChalayan, and DKNY.

Collections featured a bright splash of neon red that made garments pop off of the runway! Playing on the trend of the red lip that we have seen in previous seasons, the red pop of color seems to have transformed into dramatic garments.


Stripes in all directions
Designers: Tory BurchVersaceYigal Azrouel, and Veronica Beard

Stripes remained a classic and statement staple this season. Playing off of the 70s inspiration that we saw throughout the collections, stripes were a bold look for 2015 resort collections.

The Trench Coat

The Trench Coat
Designers: Adeam, The RowMichael Kors, and Burberry Prorsum

The trench coat made a triumphant return this resort 2015 season as designers took the timeless piece and fit it into their respective collections. We saw the trench in leather, suede, lace, and the re-imagined classic.

Tribal prints Style lines

Designers: BalmainZuhair MuradOhne Titel, and Missoni

Bold, seductive, and intricate tribal-inspired designs were a stand out this 2015 resort season. Embellished fabrics and holographic prints made garments come alive.

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