Reed Krakoff reveals new, light and soft structured resort collection of ready to wear garments. The pre-season combines activewear basics and art touches. Krakoff was inspired by the works of Andy Warhol and El Anatsui, namely Warhol's oxidation painting series and scarp metal creations of Anatsui. We see luxurious essentials which are made in a more artisanal way with thanks to abstract screen prints. I personally love the way Krakoff plays with casual silhouettes adding effortless luxury touches including metallic embellishments and laminated textures. We see neutrals, vivid blue, black and metallic shades. This collection features a new unstructured and light bag named the RK40, the name was given after his company's new address at 40 West 25th Street. All in all, I think it's the right time to take a closer view at these creations:
A bulky bomber styled with long polo, cream white fitted pants and the same color Oxford inspired sneakers.
Mannish coat looks classy along with oversize handbag.
Sleeveless suit jacket is worn with a cocktail dress and bright blue booties.
Cream white leather jacket is paired with asymmetric perforated skirt.
Patent bright blue bomber is worn with asymmetric black patent skirt.
Cobalt blue blouson jacket is worn with color-blocked long polo and matching slouchy pants teamed with Oxford inspired sneakers.
Another black long sleeveless coat, which looks simple, yet versatile.
T-shirt dress is decked out in shimmery yellow, and pink square brush strokes.
Shimmering effect sleeveless blazer