Scarves are the new “it” accessory. For resort there are all sorts of desirable neckwear items, from extra-long fringe-tipped sashes to narrow cravats and classic silk squares. Designers even styled with multiple scarves, as in a printed headwrap shown with a coordinating (but not matching) neckerchief. Most are silky but there are also alternatives, like a knitted sash or velvet bow choker with trailing ribbons.

Missoni Resort 2019
Hellessy Resort 2019
Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Resort 2019
Erdem Resort 2019
Valentino Resort 2019
Chanel Resort 2019


Nothing says fall like the plush ridges of corduroy. The sturdy fabric conjures back-to-school season, especially in autumnal shades like olive, rust, tobacco and pumpkin. The newest cords are wide-wale, super supple and velvety soft. Use for cozy coats, tailored suits, demure dresses and classic corduroy trousers — with or without high waists cinched by self-belts.

CSM Fall/Winter RTW 2018
Jour Ne Fall/Winter RTW 2018
Lucio Vanotti Fall/Winter RTW 2018
Ulla Johnson Fall/Winter RTW 2018
Paul and Joe Fall/Winter RTW 2018
Erdem Fall/Winter RTW 2018



Mock or turtleneck pullovers are becoming the new ‘it’ accessory. Layering thin knits under dresses, sweatshirts and light jackets creates a Mod-retro yet contemporary look for next Fall. This versatile base-layer can provide a bright contrast pop, or can be in a similar hue as other pieces for a subtle tonal effect. Details like cropped or slit hemlines, flared sleeves and dimensional ribs freshen up the basic item.

Versace Pre Fall 2018
Markus Lupfer Pre Fall 2018
Prabal Gurung Pre Fall 2018
Sacai Pre Fall 2018
Chloe Pre Fall 2018
Erdem Pre Fall 2018



Purple, with its symbolism of mysticism and utopian ideals, has long been a favorite of hippies. This season that bohemian spirit is still there, but it is refined with flower-petal shades, fluid fabrics and shapes that are soft yet precise. The hue looks particularly fresh worn head-to-toe in jumpsuits or frocks, or used as a surprise color pop — as in a diaphanous dotted swiss maxi-skirt styled with a simple white tee and easy trench.

Upholstery Store

Rich upholstery fabrics like damask, brocade and cut velvet add luxe texture and color to tailored silhouettes. Lustrous florals, swirls and geos have an antique feel that complements the demure, covered-up looks of the season. Mixed material piecing, sculptural cuts and layered patterns make these classical fabrics feel new.