The color combinations of deep blue, tangerine, purple, turquoise and hot fushia made for a sophisticated palette. The patterns were a mix of bold color block combined with intricate ethnic and art deco inspired prints. Coordinating scarf prints and cover-ups looked fashionable enough to wear as a your summer soiree ensemble away from the poolside. The matching scarf was also used to create coordinating jewelry, by wrapping them around big bangles. (A good tip for any summer outfit!)
The striking colors and patterns from the 2013 were instantly recognizable on fashion week guests this year. They were being worn as summer dresses at a luncheon right before the show of fashion editors and looked fantastic, proving how timeless a fantastic print can be.
Creative Director Molly Grad has a background designing for Stella McCartney, YSL and Ferre, so it is no surprise that she has brought a couture sensibility to poolside style.