Resort 2015

Jonathan Saunders

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Jonathan Saunders Resort 2015

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  • Jonathan Saunders Resort 2015
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  • Jonathan Saunders Resort 2015
  • Jonathan Saunders Resort 2015
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Jonathan Saunders Resort 2015

Saunders looked to the bold creations of Ettore Sottsass, one of the founders of the Memphis design movement, for resort.

Jonathan Saunders looked to the bold creations of Ettore Sottsass, one of the founders of the Memphis design movement, for resort. That influence came through in the collection’s graphic, off-beat and often exaggerated silhouettes. An oversize, heavy knit striped sweater with rounded shoulders was paired with a wrap-over pencil skirt, while a mannish brown trench was belted over a gold Lurex skirt and sweater.


Saunders said he wanted the clothes to evoke the look of interiors, thus a double-breasted jacket and structured silk minidress were done in sky blue jacquard woven in an upholsterylike lattice pattern. And for some lighter fare, a black chiffon dress looked as if it was spattered with blue and yellow paint, while a bright yellow silk frock featured a  wrap skirt revealing a black lining.

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