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  • A BIT OF STRUCTURE

    In a movement away from all the big and slouchy carryalls or teeny-tiny “necklace bags”, the small and structured bag is looking just right. Big enough to make a statement …see more

  • AU NATUREL

    Nothing captures resort informality better than a billowy dress. For next season, designers propose effortless smocks and frocks in delicate shades of white and ecru, adding an unbleached purity to …see more

  • FLUO POWER

    If the recent menswear runways are any indication, fluorescent shades will be big for next Spring. Neon and nearly-neon brights showed up on sweatshirts, sweaters, woven tops and casual bottoms, …see more

  • INDEPENDENT WOMEN

    Red, white and blue remain a go-to for warm-weather apparel. As in our SS19 Trend Tale American Dreamz, the associations may change, but the references remain constant. For resort, there are western …see more

  • OVER DRESSED

    The dress-over-pants look, long a favorite of bohemian girls who layer vintage dresses over jeans, gets a chic update for Resort. Any dress length will work, but most hit below …see more

  • RUCHING HOME

    Ruching is the new ruffle. Resort 2019 collections are full of these softly dimensional details, used for dresses, skirts, sweaters — and even pant legs. Horizontal placements gently suggest a …see more

  • TRENCH RE-TRENCH

    The trench coat, like a motorcycle jacket or a pair of jeans, is one of those basics that can be endlessly reinvented while still maintaining its design integrity. For next …see more

  • THE DISCREET CHARM OF THE BOURGEOISIE

    Some of the best looks being shown for next Cruise channel a haute bourgeoisie look, replete with ladylike separates and status-scarf motifs. Gold jewelry is part of the look, as …see more

  • ON THE WATERFRONT

    While sailor looks are always de rigueur for Resort, the newest versions have a distinct workwear feel. Roomy cargo pockets, reinforced knees, topstitched canvas and moving-blanket quilts are more dock-worker …see more

  • TAKE ME TO MEXICO

    The colors, prints and shapes of Mexico were a touchpoint for several designers this season, whether explicitly stated in show notes or inferred in a monkey print or a bit …see more