Desiring fashionable, playful social gathering fashions that span many years? Look no additional than Rebecca Hessel Cohen’s resort assortment for LoveShackFancy.
“Everyone is excited for party-party-party! That’s a good thing because we went really heavy into party dresses and holiday, which is what we were going to do for last year but switched gears and went super cozy,” the designer defined throughout her assortment preview appointment.
To construct out her assortment of uplifting fashions, Hessel Cohen channeled slightly little bit of the Studio 54 period. References spanned from Halston-esque pleated silk fashions and metallic star-embroidered minis to tremendous high-slit ’70s maxis and ’80s Ungaro cocktail shakers with large bows. From there, she peppered in iconic trend moments from the ’90s and 2000s (argyle “Clueless” sweater units, Carrie Bradshaw tulle skirts, boxy “Chanel tweed” knits). For day, Hessel Cohen layered in new takes of the model’s signature florals, lace, intricate embroideries.
The look: Playfully horny, glammed-up fashions with LoveShackFancy’s female, cute appeal.
Quote of notice: “Going through all the decades that make us feel good, want to dance, blast music, lift us up and be together. A different state of mind than we were in last holiday.”
Key items: Cocktail shakers galore, like a plaid frock with oversize bow, a taffeta pink model with flocked velvet hearts and star embroidered numbers; metallic miniskirt and jackets with knubby cardigans; Fair Isle bow sweaters and matching argyle knit units; fluid, dance-floor prepared maxidresses.
The takeaway: Modernly referencing social gathering fashions and iconic moments from the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s and the 2000s to at present, Hessel Cohen’s resort assortment was each uplifting and nostalgic.