For Resort, a juxtaposition of Yigal Azrouël's signature architectural design combined with holiday romanticism and influence from the sea serve as the seaon's muse. Prints for the season are a nod to nature, showcased by way of natural textiles such as shell interpretations, scallops, and coral motifs. Yigal's signature modernity is interpreted with architectural layering and relaxed liquid burnout suiting, patchwork denim trousers, crisp tops, wrap pants, grommet details and the evolution of his motorcycle jacket - golf foil printed leather, and stud encrusted red leather.
"Yigal Azrouël is known for sleek, architectural silhouettes—A-line dresses, lean tailoring, sculpted knits—but his most compelling looks for Resort hung off the body like liquid. Cut from a burnout material that felt like velvet but was actually light and airy, the weightless slips and wrap tops bridged the all-important gap between “Holiday” and “Pre-Spring.” He might escape to the beach as often as possible, but the Yigal Azrouël woman is invariably a city dweller who relies on him for unfussy, timeless clothes for her nine-to-five life." See more.
"Architectural shapes mixed in with holiday romanticism and bits of seaside references pretty much sum up Yigal Azrouël’s resort formula. For starters, the designer introduced a liquid metallic burnout fabric that lent itself nicely for soft suiting and fluid maxidresses — a nice contrast to his more structured signature dresses and skirts, which Azrouël finished in scalloped edges. Elsewhere, he built upon the seaside theme more literally via a coral shape fil coupe and lace with studded details bodice which he showed in a pleated column gown and short dress version." See more.
- Women's Wear Daily