Resort is back in town. Derek Lam reveals new cruise collection, which was inspired by the 1970's begging, when fashion began moving away from madame couture and toward sportswear. The pre-spring has a focus on youthful approach, architectural cuts and lightweight fabrics. The silhouette is slim and comes with flared-leg pants, mannish separates and retro colors. I love those eye-catching color pairings which include sky blue and burgundy mix. Each look is worth to be worn at work and semi-formal meetings. Lam's woman is sophisticated person, who loves versatility and she adores mix and match.
Navy suede belted peacoat is paired with floor-length wide trousers.
Wrap dark blue coat.
Front zip fitted T-shirt is paired with high-waisted blue skirt.
Black knitted shirt-dress.
That's a business appropriate suit: Navy blazer paired with a gray turtleneck and striped wide-trousers.
A denim collarless coat-dress embellished with a knitted tote.
A jacquard classic ensemble.
Cable knit baggy sweater is worn with leather mustard skirt.
An athletic grey ensemble:
A wrap cardigan-coat is teamed with V-neck dress:
A beige long blazer is paired with below the knee T-dress:
Sky blue suede jacket is worn with a sculptural burgundy crepe de Chine ensemble: