The bucket hat, a key accessory for next fall, continues right into Resort. The hat, with its easy crushable shape, has an unpretentious quality that makes it more wearable than more structured fedoras or sun hats. Newness comes from higher crowns and textural effects created with raffia fringe, crochet, raw edges or resort-ready prints. Brims range from the classic trapunto-stitched narrow band to face-framing and floppy for more drama.

Dondup Resort 2019
3.1 Phillip Lim Resort 2019
Derek Lam 10 Crosby Resort 2019
Altuzarra Resort 2019
Tomas Maier Resort 2019
Cinq A Sept Resort 2019


Moiré, that weave or pattern with its distinctive woodgrain or “watered” effect, is making a subtle but strong impression for next season. Designers used it for matched sets, silky tops, lustrous pants and lingerie looks, as well as for footwear and accessories. The lustrous fabric lends itself to petal colors like pink and mauve, metallic effects, and constructions using opposing grains. Most important is a casual attitude, offsetting moiré’s formal roots.

Marine Serre Fall/Winter RTW 2018
Hellessy Fall/Winter RTW 2018
Moon Young Hee Fall/Winter RTW 2018
Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter RTW 2018
Thom Browne Fall/Winter RTW 2018
Marine Serre Fall/Winter RTW 2018