resort | emporio armani

With its roomy, pleated trousers and wide-brim fedoras, it’s hard not to see ‘Annie Hall’ when gazing at Emporio Armani resort. As the iconic character in Woody Allen’s 1977 film, Diane Keaton caused a style stir for her ingenious mix of mens and womenswear at a time when slinky jersey dresses were the norm. This …

resort | akris

For resort ’17, Swiss designer Albert Kriemler rolled with a horse racing theme at his label, Akris. See it most prominently in Kriemler’s signature (and spectacular) photo prints that practically glow on a slick Neoprene parka and silk caftan-style dress. There is the Racetrack Print, featuring jockeys lined-up in an illustrated pattern that echoes 1930s …

fall-winter | victoria victoria beckham

Victoria Beckham’s primary collection is known for its ladylike elegance and slinky cuts that are off-set with volume and asymmetry. Her spin-off label, Victoria Victoria Beckham, veers in a delightfully different direction. The overall vibe is more young and whimsical; silhouettes are less body conscious. Where the VB woman never leaves the house without her …

fall-winter | markus lupfer

British designer Markus Lupfer is a master at adding wit and humor to basic silhouettes through the use of print and embellishment. And while this remains true for FW16, the Lupfer girl has grown up a bit; no more Bambi t-shirts or pug sweaters. But she is still the life of the party. The central …