These trends migrate from the catwalk to our suitcase

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Anyone standing in front of their empty suitcase this summer can breathe a sigh of relief. Because every year the hottest fashion houses in the world present their interpretation of the perfect holiday wardrobe at the cruise shows.

Packed your suitcase, let's go on vacation! The cruise and resort collections of the world's most famous labels show, which pieces and trends should be an integral part of our holiday wardrobe. While the fashion houses have flown their viewers into the most exclusive destinations in the world in the past, this year too, due to the corona pandemic, there were for the most part no audience - there were still great locations, productions and, above all, trends. We have selected our four favorite trends for you...

The new summer dresses

Cutouts, asymmetry, new fabrics. Our summer dresses have never been more exciting! The Christian Dior label was inspired by the Greek gods for its collection and conjures up feminine dresses that make us dream of the next remote beach in Santorini. While cutouts in symmetrical cuts could already be found on the catwalks in the last few seasons, this year we are relying on flowing fabrics that allow the different cuts to merge.

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Aye Aye, Captain!

The uniform trend is getting an update. For a long time, when it came to fashionable uniforms, we thought of army looks in khaki, beige and brown. Now we are calling ourselves captain and wearing cool blazers in a navy look. So we can sweeten the time until the next cruise. The perfect match: Bermuda shorts with a wide cut, like here at Louis Vuitton.


Outdoor approved

Those who like to be more active during their summer vacation will also get their money's worth. Because stiff materials, drawstrings and coarse buckles will find their way back into our suitcases next summer. Whether in bright red as with Louis Vuitton, or in timeless beige as with Christian Dior - we love comfortable and functional pieces. If you like it classy, you can wear it with elegant gold jewelry.

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Twiggi Reloaded

We know this cut, don't we?! Yes, the hotly loved and badly missed 1960s dress celebrated its comeback on the Louis Vuitton catwalk. A light balloon cut and futuristic prints breathe new life into the retro dress. We also wear coarse link jewelry and create a refreshing mix of delicate and robust.


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