At Calvin Klein, Francisco Costa took a turn from last resort season's bright, athletic theme and, this time around, presented a more sophisticated, muted, detailed collection:
Above: What a perfect little white dress.
Above: I love this kind of tiered, ribbon-esque pleating, and I love the way the color breaks in the middle.
Above: This so reminds of of YSL's fall collection (minus the jet-black bowl cuts). Does that mean that, like everyone's been saying, these high-waisted, roomy, pegged pants are really here to stay?
Above: This, like the pleats two dresses above, is what makes Costa so amazing: the ability to maintain such a simple, even minimalist aesthetic while adding detailed touches like that drape.
Above: This breaks my heart. How can something so understated be so beautiful?