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Resort 2017 Collections

150+ Resort Looks We Want Hanging in Our Closets Stat

Resort 2017 Collections
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Karl Lagerfeld debuted his Chanel Cruise Collection in Cuba, while Nicolas Ghesquière hightailed it to Rio to show Louis Vuitton. The Dior models were led by Bella Hadid in London, and Westminster Abbey was bursting with color with Gucci's arrival. Finally, Marc Jacobs took us on a trip back to the '80s in Paradise, and Jeremy Scott had us feeling groovy, baby at Moschino. But while the Resort runways are scattered all over the map, they've got one thing in common: casual elegance.

Floaty dresses are being worn over pants (the wide-leg silhouette is still in, lest you expected a return to skinnies), and feminine details like silk scarves, ruffles, and frills are challenged by fierce cutouts and chunky boots. The looks here not only define the fashion houses they come from, but they're also hit-the-street cool and as flashy as you'd expect from the designers who continue to churn out It pieces — every Spring, Fall, and season in between.

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