Alexander McQueen Resort 2019

A Victorian seaside breeze blew through this collection, which was filled with contrasting elements: hard and soft, chunky and delicate, tailored and fluid. Among Sarah Burton’s inspirations was the British paleontologist Mary Anning, the British shoreline and the era’s obsession for collecting and categorizing bits of nature. There was broderie anglaise everywhere, worked into long white dresses, tunic tops or short ruffle skirts. All that demureness was balanced by leather corset belts, harness tops or thick cashmere sweaters. Other dresses came as sheer lacy knits as delicate as lingerie, with ruffles, bell sleeves or breezy tiers on the skirts. Tailoring had a whiff of Victoriana, too, as in a shell print suit layered over a sheer lacy blouse. A long military coat with a slashed waist had an abstract Union Jack pattern and resembled something that might have washed ashore in a shipwreck.

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Roland Mouret Resort 2019

Roland Mouret is eager for his woman to kick back, relax – or run around – with these fluid, draped clothes, which are meant for all-day or all-night wear.
Mouret described these pieces as “a best companion, a best friend” and said he wants his women to exhale into them. The collection was colorful and meant for movement, with sporty touches such as knits and sleeveless jackets with flashes of perforated fabric and a stretchy lining for a silver sequin gown, with a slit up the front. “You can run in it, move around and dance in it. You can live with this dress,” said the designer.
He worked bouclé stretch into a tailored suit and a fitted skirt and offered up a softly-structured, single–breasted trench with a belted waist. Other athletic touches came in the form of a ribbed knit tank dress and a languid jumpsuit with a stretchy waist, and loose tabard knits in bright colors. Things got even more comfortable with pajama–like tops and jackets that were draped at the back, and long tunic dresses with detachable skirts.

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Kiton Opening Shop at Wynn Resort in Vegas

Kiton is expanding its retail presence in the U.S. market.
The Italian luxury brand on Friday will open a 1,937-square-foot boutique at the Wynn resort in Las Vegas.
The store will feature a new design that is centered around the brand’s exclusive fabric collection. For example, the chairs and sofas, furniture and curtains are all created from the fabrics also used for clothing. Walnut wood, similar to that used at the Kiton headquarters in Arzano, Italy, and its Palazzo Kiton in Milan, is used as an accent, and special pieces of artwork commissioned for the store will serve to decorate the space.
The store will sell the men’s and women’s apparel collections as well as accessories. It will also offer Kiton’s bespoke service with a special selection of products that are exclusive to the Las Vegas store.
Kiton, which has been in the U.S. market since 1980, has 20 retail stores or in-store shops in this country.

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Christopher Kane Resort 2019

The designer took Tokyo’s dark side as his theme for this racy collection of neon sign colors, and textures and silhouettes that nodded to the city’s myriad sex clubs. The rubberized red lace dress and matching coat encapsulated the dark and slightly sinister mood of the collection, which was shot at night by Laurence Ellis.
Lacy lingerie dresses with barely there, rounded skirts had a Goth feel, as did a see-through black dress layered over a bright purple bra. There were some razor-sharp edges, too, in the form of pointed, jutting lapels on a black, rhinestone-edged satin coat and sporty tailored jacket. Softness came in the form of a two-tone hoodie with “More Baby More” written in iridescent letters across the front and a long and billowy white shirt proclaiming that universal truth: “Sh** Happens.”
During a walk-through, Kane said Tokyo has always offered “endless inspiration for me,” adding that his love of subversion is “never at the expense of the clothes. I want to empower women when they put on my work.”

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Resort 2019 Fashion Trend: Poppy Plaids

Colorful stripes, alone or crossed to form squares, added graphic verve to contemporary collections for resort.

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Borgo de Nor Resort 2019

Borgo de Nor has quickly built a name and a dedicated following around its feminine dresses, with their long, flouncy silhouettes, bold colors and intriguing, surrealist prints.
For its latest resort offering the brand has taken a new direction, sprinkling some equally desirable separates to its offer and reworking some of its dresses for the colder months of the year.
Designers Carmen Borgonovo and Joana de Noronha said the aim was to offer more entry-level price points to their customer, as well as a new, see-now-buy-now element, coinciding with the collection’s retail drops in the winter months.
Signature maxi, ruffled silhouettes were reworked with higher necks and longer sleeves, while the prints – which remained bold and vibrant – were set against a darker color palette of deep reds, emerald greens and blues, evoking a new, autumnal mood.
The design duo continued to explore surrealist art to inspire its prints, producing floral patterns with a more lively spirit and a darker edge.
Among the highlights was an “orchid-leopard print” inspired by a self portrait of surrealist painter, dancer and photographer, Rosa Rolanda, who is pictured with an animal-print orchid on her head.
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Zuhair Murad Resort 2019

Zuhair Murad embarked on a nautical theme while retaining his signature poetry and femininity, including a range of striking prints used across the collection.
With a stronger daywear focus incorporating a sprinkling of luxe ath-leisure pieces, he included nods to Captain Cook and sailor Corto Maltese, plus their discoveries of plants, Gauguin-esque colors and insects around the Southern Seas.
The most sartorial elements were navy blue or black-and-white outfits, like the sharp-shouldered jackets with tailored trousers and skirts. Shards of compass imagery decorated certain looks — in the form of beadwork and sequins on long black or white evening dresses. A bodysuit could be dressed down or up, and a jumpsuit had a sporty take.
These contrasted well with the fluid dresses with elegant patterns reminiscent of multicolored butterflies or hibiscus. Some standouts included the sweeping V-neck dress with pink, black and yellow embroidery evocative of pixilated butterfly wings and the shorter black-and-white dragonfly-like jacquard knit dress.
Fabrics such as leathers, metal cotton tweed and crepe de chine made appearances, too, adding an even wider reach to this rich collection.

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Calvin Klein 205W39NYC Resort 2019

Raf Simons’ playful exploration of Americana continued for resort, which was full of collegiate references, interesting silhouettes such as oversized shoulders and wider arching sleeves, knits, bold Pop and Technicolors, and technical fabrics like Neoprene. It marked the first time a Calvin Klein 205W39NYC resort collection was presented in Paris, shown in the brand’s new headquarters in the city. It’s a vast multifloor space, spanning 15,000 square feet, that was designed by Simons and his longtime collaborator, artist Sterling Ruby. Architectural design was done by Architecture Research Office of New York.
There was a fluidity to the collection, with mostly pieces that can easily be mixed and matched. Take the blue, red and white intarsia knit sweater with the navy marching band pants featuring graphic, colorful piping and cowboy boots; the silhouette pairing a sporty pink tank with a tie-dye accent and a yellow satin skirt with couture airs, or the pink bustier gown worn over a long green turtleneck dress with orange pumps made of basketball material. Men’s wear took a similarly democratic approach.
A vintage sleeping-baglike fabric was morphed into quilted outerwear, while some knitwear was crafted of found yarn. It’s all something old made into something new — on

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Andrew Gn Resort 2019

Andrew Gn wants to bring back black and white in an Internet age obsessed with color.
Like many designers, he has felt under pressure to use bright hues to make his outfits pop for online buyers. But what about those chic wardrobe staples like a white shirt and a little black dress? “It’s very tricky these days — anything which is visually uninteresting is not really salable online,” he said.
For his resort collection, Gn found a compromise of sorts: graphic black-and-white patterns inspired by the Vienna Secession art movement. A black dress with three-quarter-length sleeves featured the geometric motifs at the neckline and hem, while a day dress came in a deconstructed houndstooth print.
A checkerboard pattern was a recurring motif that translated into color, namely in a yellow-and-white cape dress embroidered with an oversized gold brooch motif. And there were still plenty of Instagram-friendly designs, including dresses in a charming narcissus print.
Still, Gn hopes the tide will turn back in favor of darkness.
“There’s only so many colors you can wear, and sometimes you feel safe and protected and more relaxed in black,” he mused. “I still think that black is a very essential part of the wardrobe, and I truly believe

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Hermès Resort 2019

For resort, Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski opted for a pure rendition of the label’s fluid silk and leather luxury universe, expressing it through a lineup of long, cinched dresses, loose trousers with high waists and trim leather shorts.
Eschewing patterns — save for the checks of seasons past, blown up this time — the designer stuck with a subdued palette of browns, greens and pale pastels. This she interrupted only occasionally with a flash of yellow or a vibrant orange, used for one of the bolder pieces she used to make a lace dress with tan leather accents — unmistakably Hermès.
Models traveled past bouquets of delicate dried wildflowers, down a runway strewn with specks of dry vegetation — something softer and lighter than straw; a tawny silver rather than yellow — carried along on their leather flip-flops with black soles or white-soled sandals, straps kept to a minimal.
In her exercise of boiling it down to the essentials — well, luxury essentials — Vanhee-Cybulski turned up some handsome results. Her show opened with one of the finest, a white jumpsuit, loose-legged but fitted on top with geometric panels cut out of the sides. Shoulder straps buttoned on the back, matching the ones that hugged

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Y’s Resort 2019

Some highlights of Y’s Pink label included a coat, dresses and blouses made in Cord Leavers lace, which is generally used only in haute couture, plus tie-dyed sweatshirts and sweatpants, and prints with a botanical theme such as cacti.
Within the Black label line, new for the resort season, were viscose robes, dresses and coats with floral prints made using ink-jet printers, but giving a nod to the “yuzen” dying technique for kimonos dating from the late 17th century.
As is tradition, the Black collection is also full of Y’s bestsellers reworked in either new colors or fabrics, and a handful of gabardine looks that were garment-dyed.
The expansive line, with something old and something new, makes for a lively offer.

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Ji Oh Resort 2019

The Salvation Army is where Ji Oh often finds inspiration for her collections. “You see all this stuff that’s cool but not your size,” she said. “I made it my size by playing with folds, gathering, buttons and tape that’s used in athleticwear.” Her resort collection was definitely not secondhand, but a deconstructed take on her signature shirting done in oversize proportions tucked, gathered and fitted into artful, but wearable shapes. As a whole, the collection was a bit disjointed, but there were covetable pieces to pick out. A roomy asymmetric button-down white shirt was cut to fall from the shoulders and gently folded along the buttons. Tailored men’s-inspired trenches had shoulder cutouts with buckle details and were feminized buy a long, lean cut. A painterly polka-dot shirt worn front to back captured a do-it-yourself spirit in a sophisticated way.

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Nehera Resort 2019

Nehera took to the mountains for resort, offering a reprieve from the frenzy of modern life with an oxygen-infused lineup of earthy-tinged elegance. A bright yellow pantsuit offered a splash of color, the suit jacket buttoned to one side, the front pocket slightly skewed. The same thick, flowing material was used for a long dress with long sleeves that hung past the wrist.
A feather-light cotton material, with thin, light padding, was used for a laced-up top; paired with short, white, lambskin trousers — a chic rendition of thick, wool mountaineer pants of the distant past. Other nods to the theme included thick-soled leather boots, a contemporary and urban version of the hiking boot, as well as patches with vintage versions of the label’s logo with a stylized Edelweiss flower, applied to a navy blue cotton sweater. Completing the outdoor theme was a handmade wicker-basket purse with leather straps, fisherman-style — pulled straight from the past, no adjustments made and rightly so.

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Christian Wijnants Resort 2019

The prints that formed the backbone of the Christian Wijnants resort collection were rich, adding texture to silhouettes that spoke with flow rather than volume.
“I wanted something very fresh, very colorful to have bright colors, to have a mix of colors,” explained the designer, who suspects his recent trip to Japan served as a subtle influence. He found it surprising how Japanese mix warm and cold tones and sought to experiment more with colors himself. The result was an array of atypical but compelling combinations — a pale blue and reddish brown worked especially well together.
In a busier example, he piled on layers of colored patterns. The base was a loose, buttoned-up dress with a stylized flower print — blue on white. Next came the scarf, in a light salmon tone, tied around the waist, and on top, a long, green coat in an animal-like print, but not much different from the original flowers. Finishing off the look, a pair of yellow gloves rose past the elbow.
Gloves were a highlight, adding a shiny accent, and also came in brown and a bright, pale blue. When it came to solid black, used for simply cut tops and trousers, loose and wide, the

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Stella Jean Resort 2019

Flamboyant, colorful and a bit extravagant. The resort season was all about a joyful and happy mood at Stella Jean.
The designer delivered a cute collection featuring a charming balance between masculine and feminine elements.
Mannish suits and workwear-inspired overalls were embellished with unexpected details, such as fringed trimmings and patches of embroidered parrots, while the hyper feminine midi dresses were crafted from mannish striped shirting fabrics.
An energetic Hawaiian tropical pattern developed in different colors was splashed on lightweight robe coats, slightly flared pants and wrap frocks, while a geometric attitude was introduced in the collection via macro gingham cotton used for both logo camp shirts, skirt suits infused with a certain Western feel, as well as chic short jackets matched with flared skirts.
The charming and summery lineup was completed by bijoux developed in collaboration with Italian brand Rosantica and Philippe Model’s cool fringed and beaded sneakers.

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Rachel Zoe Resort 2019

In the seven years since founding her namesake advanced contemporary collection, stylist/designer/media mogul Rachel Zoe hasn’t strayed from her original MO of providing career-girl-meets-party-girl clothes to the aspirational Millennial customer.
She’s succeeded at melding her own boho-meets-Old Hollywood style (with numerous homages to her idol Tom Ford), all the while honing the quality/perceived value balance necessary for the contemporary category (taking her line in-house after its initial Global Brands Group licensing model was a good move).
For resort, her favorite season, Zoe upped her fabric game, playing with black feather-printed fil coupe with gold accents for off-the-shoulder maxidresses and tops and a silver and black snow leopard-printed taffeta for evening suits. Metallics took on a new breadth, because “for me, metallic is, like, its own color group,” she said.
Each successive Rachel Zoe collection sees new iterations of the Seventies-inspired pantsuit, and this season’s inspired tuxedo dressing included double-breasted white bridal alternatives, some piped in rhinestones or tonal chiffon, liquid sequined versions, as well as double-layered-lapel black crepe with white piping that looked and felt rich. In addition to her signature “Rachel” flare trousers, Zoe played with wider-leg and cropped tomboy options.
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Dondup Resort 2019

For its resort collection, the design team at Dondup drew on the house’s denim expertise to build a lineup of fresh silhouettes with a safari flavor. Jeans were pushed slightly into ath-leisure territory, in a show of confidence from a label that has established authority in the denim department. The wide reach of colors included acid washes and a bright green khaki, which was used to fashion a pair of loose, cropped jeans with one pleat in the middle of each side.
Jungle patterns appeared on cinched dresses and a dressy jacket and shorts combination — also cinched, but with pockets. For shine, the label offered lightweight track suit bottoms, hugged at the waist and ankles by drawstrings. There was a jacket in the same material hung straight to the thighs, sleeves pushed over the elbows — fitting the unique style offered by the upscale and cosmopolitan Italian label.
Anchored with a flagship store in Milan on Via della Spiga, Dondup expanded its web site last year and is gearing up for development abroad.
 

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Krizia Resort 2019

Milan in the Eighties, which served as the effervescent background for the success of the Krizia brand, inspired the label’s resort collection.
In particular, an archival print dating back to 1979 featuring sensual women’s legs, which was splashed on a silk top matched with coordinated pants, perfectly embodied the playful and hedonist spirit of that decade.
At the same time, Krizia’s signature animal motifs were revamped to pepper both fluid blouses and dresses and casual jeans, as well as the intarsia knits, spanning from tops and sweaters to fitted pencil skirts.
The brand’s signature sartorial heritage reflected in the impeccable suits, while Lurex, another brand’s must-have, was crafted from a silver column dress worn with a matching bra.
An homage to Krizia’s founder Mariuccia Mandelli, who was known for her volcanic temperament, a macramé lace featuring the wording “Krazy Krizia” was used for a feminine skirt and a pair of joggers — two go-to pieces for the brand’s most loyal aficionados.

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David Koma Resort 2019

Like many others, David Koma has been influenced by the Eighties resurgence that’s been making waves on the catwalks and shop floors alike.
But the London-based designer managed to stand out in his interpretation of the hugely popular decade, making it his own by blending subtle Eighties references — a puff sleeve here, a crystal-embellished zip there — with his signature graphic lines and flair for modernism.
The result was a collection filled with desirable pieces that had the glamour and drama of the past and the sense of ease that speaks to today’s consumer.
Inspired by Helmut Newton’s swimwear photographs, Koma re-created his popular minidresses with curved, sporty necklines and ultra-thin shoulder straps. He also added a generous dose of sparkle with oversize crystals, silver sequins and Plexiglass. Heavy embellishment can be dangerous territory, but by keeping a monochromatic color palette and using the crystals or sequins to create graphic lines, Koma maintained a fresh, modern look.
Among the standouts were a white one-shouldered gown featuring a flashy sequinned side panel that aims to highlight the body, a black-and-white tuxedo dress with puffed silk-organza sleeves and black minidresses mixing graphic cutouts and soft draping.
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Vionnet Resort 2019

“A shotgun wedding between Memphis and Vionnet” is how creative director Goga Ashkenazi described her resort collection. The colors and patterns of the Eighties’ iconic Milanese art movement were combined with the brand’s signature elegant silhouettes and precious materials.
A graphic leopard motif was printed on the satin inserts of a draped minidress with squared shoulders inspired by a Vionnet’s archival design, as well as on a shirt worn over an embroidered bra and tucked into a plissé skirt.
A hot-pink accessory in the shape of a long vest’s lapel created a tromp l’oeil effect on a T-shirt and a pair of wide-leg pants in a viscose splashed with a net-like graphic. This also came printed in a micro version on a pretty draped silk dress revealing a playful print of white tennis balls, which also peppered a fluid jumpsuit with a drawstring at the waist.
Quintessentially Vionnet, a rage of lightweight chic gowns, showing graphic colorblocking, featured the house’s signature draping and bias cuts.

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M.Patmos Resort 2019

In November, Marcia Patmos was named one of five finalists for the 2018 CFDA + Lexus Fashion Initiative. This initiative, which runs through the end of the month, is to aid designers on sustainability through workshops and mentorship. It culminates with a Lexus Grand Prize of $ 80,000 given to the brand with the most innovative, strategic and impactful sustainable blueprint for the future. Patmos took a deep dive into her supply chain, which resulted into new techniques and ideas for her strong resort collection.
Patmos’ ready-to-wear is the kind you want to lounge around or wrap yourself in. For resort, she offered an organic cotton cardigan with a suri alpaca knitted collar that mimicked the appearance of fur; machine-knitted dresses and tops; organic cotton and upcycled pima cotton mixed sweaters made from a knit-weaving technique; double gauze blush and cream dresses, and cashmere sweaters from Nepal. When it came to sustainability and responsibility, every detail was considered, like adorable knit waist or crossbody bags made from recycled plastic water bottles to hints of woven metallic threads from upcycled fabrics.

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Ulla Johnson Resort 2019

Coming off a 20-year anniversary milestone, Ulla Johnson keeps on rolling. She recently traveled to Brazil to check on the intricately hand-woven shoes and bags she used in resort as an artisanal element to finish off feminine looks. São Paulo proved inspirational for its balance of modern architecture, culture and wilderness, leading Johnson to explore a meeting place of structure and ease in her signature bohemian romance.
She turned to the work of Hilma af Klint, an abstract painter in the 20th century, whose art employed a bold use of color, geometry and floral motifs. It inspired the exuberant palette of poppy yellow, red, magenta and lavender, as well as the floral patterns of ruffle-adorned dresses and opulent embroidery. A standout dress, made in India, for instance, featured paneling that took eight hours to embroider, handmade crochet trim and flower tassel, and handfinishing that makes it an emotional buy, and a keepsake that’ll last more than a season. Almost all the prints this season were shown on the reverse for a lived-in, time-honored effect. Customers will appreciate the fringy handknits woven in Peru and other hand-braided, hand-woven bags made in the Philippines and Spain.
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Caroline Constas RTW Resort 2019

“What is she wearing to prepare for the holidays? What is she packing to spend New Year’s in Mexico?” Caroline Constas asked herself when designing her latest resort collection. The designer, who normally debuts a traditional resortwear collection for the season decided to introduce a new, sassy, “holiday takeaway” selection of ready-to-wear that mixed well with her feminine, lifestyle attire. Sequined looks, like white minidresses paired over matching trousers or a blue and white striped set with sequined top and silk skirt made for super-fun new additions alongside updated floral and leaf-printed easy dresses and blouses. For resort, Constas took one of her best-selling blouses with billowy sleeves and made it into a full-length gown in a burnt orange giraffe print. The print was carried over into a great knot-front bikini with sleek caftan. Whether it was a multicolored sequin party dress, smocked and ruffled daytime dress or a new stretch crepe floor-length blue and white floral dress that could go either way, her range for resort held a fresh, playful spirit.

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Nicole Miller Resort 2019

“I always feel like resort is such a confusing season and that’s how the collection is…it’s abstract art: jumbled up stripes, jumbled up prints, jumbled up textures,” noted Nicole Miller during the look book shoot of her resort collection. Miller tapped model, singer and blogger Natalie Lim Suarez for the collection of mismatched abstract prints with athletic touches. 
Categories of prints included graphic stripes of varying widths, an abstract painterly print and graphic textual “don’t grab” that were developed as drawings on silks and embroidered into white organza. The prints were rendered onto silky button ups as well. All together it was dizzying, but at times, the prints made for nice contrasts against each other. For instance, Miller’s “Don’t Grab” silk printed slip and sheer organza T-shirt made for an interesting contrast of wordplay and textures when layered together. Less jumbled standouts of the collection included an athletic-striped, double-faced, ribbed knit hoodie paired with a pleated skirt with asymmetrical hem. Both the athletic stripe and “Don’t Grab” print were ideas expanded upon from prior seasons’ details. 

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Anna Sui Resort 2019

“It’s such a tough climate right now and I thought ‘What are we going to do?’ and all I could think was, ‘Let’s do our favorite things,’” said Anna Sui, discussing the direction of her resort collection. The climate might be tough, but after 30-plus years in business, Sui has a lot of favorite things to celebrate. She mined her archive and reworked prints from seasons past, like her Valentine print from her spring 2007 “pirate collection,” because as she put it, “who doesn’t love a heart!” Loose dresses, flowy tops and sheer cover-ups came in a purple adaptation of a ballet print, originally designed with illustrator Jeffrey Fulvimari, from Sui’s spring 1994 “punk babydoll” collection.
Sui, who recently moved into a new studio space, focused on soft pieces — a sweet spot for her business — like simple pretty dresses, skirts and blouses, but they came in a host of new colorful red, green and purple prints meant to be worn mixed up to create unexpected combinations. But she also included pieces for her customer to layer, such as floral print robes with lace heart details; leopard jacquard pants; colorful bowling shirtdresses in her signature cherry pattern, and brightly colored pleated

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Badgley Mischka Resort 2019

Mark Badgley and James Mischka drew inspiration for their resort collection from the Mexican Riviera. “We spent time in both Acapulco and Playa del Carmen. We did a fashion show in Monterrey, Mexico, with one of our customers and saw how they vacationed and entertained each other, and their beautiful beach homes and country clubs and that sort of inspired our girls.”
The collection featured hand-painted flowers attached to many pieces. There was a playful evening dress in blood red with a necktie and flowers with pearls inside attached. There was also a chic black evening dress with princess sleeves. Another standout included a white belted jumpsuit with jewels cascading down the neckline. There were cutaway dresses, strong coatdresses and caftan dresses. The designers are continuing to show a combination of couture, eveningwear and their take on sportswear.

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Red Valentino Resort 2019

Inspired by the George Méliès 1902 film “A Trip to the Moon,” Pierpaolo Piccioli worked with a lunar theme for Red Valentino’s resort collection that resulted in a distinctly playful romantic offering with a hint of edge.
Piccioli’s range had phases that included sporty pieces like a white and red parka, varsity jacket with celestial patches, embellished track jackets, knits with cryptographic coded notes with nods to NASA and blue mesh accordion pleat skirting. He leveraged the sporty pieces with a graphic black-and-white moon phase printed sheer dress shown with a simple white tank, mock neck plissé sheer tops, dresses with a single shoulder tied in a short bow and a blush floral macramé jacket. A lightweight technical cargo pant was a standout and came in a variety of fabric iterations, including one in black leather.
For accessories, Piccioli made a case for edgy kitten-heeled booties, some with star details and spiked bows and a clear PVC cross-body bag covered in silver studs. Piccioli also upped his sneaker game and added a ballet twist, introducing a double-soled sneaker with black ribbon lace-up details in blush and in black with rhinestone stud details.

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Alejandra Alonso Rojas Resort 2019

Alejandra Alonso Rojas looked to Spain’s Andalucía to inform her beautifully demure resort collection. Specifically, she looked to the region’s vibrant carnations, jasmine flowers and bougainvillea (thorny vines with flower-like leaves), resulting in seven custom prints splashed on pajama-like suiting and romantic summery dresses. The designer often draws from her heritage, injecting personal references from family portraits and heirlooms, such as her family crest found on buttons.
The collection was a medley of alluring minimalism. References aside, silhouettes maintained clean lines that accentuated the body, elegant silhouettes and signature handknits. There was a variety of weight, too, as she’s opted to combine resort and spring so product can sit on the sales floor longer; she’ll let stores decide how to break up cottons, silks, shearlings and leathers into different deliveries.
There was more knitwear than ever, now with an emphasis on sustainability. The designer used recycled cashmere across 12 colors to create artisanal hand-crochet patchwork dresses and separates, multicolored sweaters and a chunky oversize cardigan that was surprisingly lightweight. In fact, roughly 30 percent of the collection utilized recycled materials.
Other highlights included the expansion of eveningwear (red goddess gowns and fluid white separates) and leathers she treated like wovens (one with a

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Veronica Beard RTW Resort 2019

Casual polish is the endgame at Veronica Beard, where sisters-in-law Veronica Miele Beard and Veronica Swanson Beard update American classics with novelty and, for resort, athletic undertones. They looked to the glamour and sexual femininity of the Eighties and early Nineties, delivering a blend of tailoring this season set against casual sportswear and colorful prints.
Elevated takes on suiting included an off-the-shoulder blazer styled with a multichain belt (which, really, would add considerable edge to any outfit) and a red blazer featuring the designers’ take on the double-breasted silhouette. Leather suiting and twinsets with detachable gold chains leaned heavily toward the Eighties, but were toned down with graphic “Veronica” Ts and track-inspired techno knit pants with great recovery.
There was also novelty. To wit: Bold plaids, scarf prints and engineered florals provided a playful visual element while denim featured crystal buttons. The designers also reworked classics like the trenchcoat into a cropped style with athletic stripes, a reversible version with plaid fabric, and into one of their signature dickeys.
With the anticipated opening of two more brick-and-mortar stores by the end of this year, the designers will need to offer as many dickey options as possible to the new customers they’ll be sure

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Marissa Webb Resort 2019

Every Marissa Webb collection begins with a man. It’s not surprising as the designer has cultivated a masculine-feminine narrative.
This season began with a deep dive into Google and an image of an effeminate male wearing a bleached jumper in a Seventies ad. (Possibly a date ad, Webb isn’t quite sure.) It inspired the bleached denim pieces in the collection — a couple of great high-waisted shorts with wide-leg openings, and a shirt jacket and jeans with distressing she does herself with a Dremel tool.
She also searched various names and places like Charlotte Rampling, Lauren Hutton, Thailand and Spain, which would explain the casualness in flirty dresses and suiting and the saturated color palette. Where Webb excels is at the intersection of the hard-soft, structured-fluid spectrum. Casual white Ts were dipped in paillettes, hand-painted floral patterns were cut into short suits, and ruching and ruffles were done in atypical crisp canvas to better maintain shape. Other highlights included feminine-inflected tailoring, like boxy blazers with ruffle sleeves, soft-tailored frayed suiting and leather pants with more leg room.
“Everything stands alone,” Webb said at a preview, adding: “Everything has a casual element, even if it feels dressed up, you can pair it with flats.”

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Sally LaPointe RTW Resort 2019

Exploration was the watchword encompassing Sally LaPointe’s resort lineup, and with it, a lot of newness. Not only is LaPointe expanding on her fabric library with diverse, lighter-weight textiles and (surprise!) faux-fur and shearling, she’s favoring colors (read: no black) like rust, pink and deep blue. Not to mention an imminent e-comm launch in July with an exclusive knit capsule based on bestsellers.
Resort continued a thread of comfortable, approachable luxe with transitional staples. Her customers favor supersoft cashmere, pants and, of course, fur accents. LaPointe offered these in spades and updated details: fur accents on a featherweight cupro top and newly introduced fur “trimming” along the seams of a pastel pink bonded satin jacket were standouts.
The most important quality LaPointe wanted to maintain in new fabrics was a great hand touch. Shearling made to mimic fox accented the cuffs of buttery ribbed chenille tops. Silk cotton separates and dresses LaPointe “finally got right” are more luxe than your typical crisp market options. Even bonded viscose sweatsuits leaning on the side of leisure were airy and soft.
The looks that stood out most blended unexpected pairings. A grainy patent coat featured bright-colored fur in the seams, as did a deep v-neck sequin

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Tibi Resort 2019

There were several things on Amy Smilovic’s mind when designing resort. First, the final season of “Mad Men,” when Don Draper and crew had gone to California only to come back to the harsh reality of New York. Second, how does one keep the color, and upbeat vibe of a mid-winter vacation alive in her urban wardrobe? And third, how to keep the collection elevated?
The lineup was awash in quirky, Sixties colors — sour green, saturated lavender and pink, bright blue — used to pop against offbeat neutrals like slate brown. They were used on easy, sophisticated shapes and shown in combinations that took any color intimidation factor down a notch. The silhouettes and fabrics were meant to be “buy now, wear forever,” said Smilovic, noting that a draped shirtdress layered under a cashmere sweater or cardigan — a big silhouette in the lineup — could make it through 12 months a year.
There were spare oversize blazers and dresses with wrap-around leather belts. Midi lace dresses in pink and green had athletic details to keep them in the tomboy zone, as Smilovic likes it. A fluid shirtdress was done in a green and white Hawaiian print. A quilted trench and

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Bande Noir Resort 2019

The second collection by creative director Mayte Allende reemphasized some of the staples she introduced for fall, such as T-shirts and tops with ties at the bust and draped trompe l’oeil bustier details, as well as delicate ruched tulle tops and dresses. This time she developed the bustier T-shirt into a liquid silver gown and presented the tulle looks in blush, inspired by the nudes of artist Linder Sterling. Allende’s design philosophy is making comfortable, easy-to-wear pieces amped up with special details that focus on the female form and blur the line between day and evening. A striped long-sleeve cotton dress had cutouts at the side and back. A sheer nude trench with black tipping was embroidered in sequins and a spaghetti strap halter jumpsuit had cutouts under the bustline.

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Etro Resort 2019

Veronica Etro opened the doors of a secret garden for resort.
A dreamy, feminine and charming atmosphere was injected into her sophisticated lineup where the discreet elegance of uncomplicated silhouettes was peppered with a kaleidoscopic range of multicolor prints.
Botanical motifs and new versions of the house’s signature paisley patterns, which were updated with intricate floral graphics, gave a joyful attitude to relaxed pants with striped tops, easy-chic frocks with delicate ribbon details, maxidresses injected with a boho mood, as well as fluid Kimono-inspired silk robe coats.
Introducing a more rational, geometric feel, colorblock patterns appeared on a languid one-shoulder tunic paired with wide-leg trousers, while a sweet, whimsical touch was added via a motif mixing stars and a stylized dancing couple — the protagonists of a modern fairy tale.

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Fabiana Filippi Resort 2019

Luxurious materials and shimmering effects are balanced by a sense of relaxed sophistication in the Fabiana Filippi resort collection, the first pre-collection introduced by the brand.
Cashmere and shearling, but also soft nylons, are laminated to inject a sparkling feel into the lineup, which this season included a range of outfits fitting the varied needs of contemporary women.
Lightweight double-faced coats are worn with unfussy wrap skirts, while chic pajama-inspired sets and elevated tracksuits are rooted in a practical, urban aesthetic.
A feminine feel is injected into the maxi frocks, crafted from both draped tulle and plissé silk, while an organza jacket combines a see-through look with a tailored cut.

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Jil Sander Resort 2019

Purity, elegance, strength and quintessential beauty.
A brand with a strong heritage and a very specific identity, Jil Sander over the last few years has struggled to find its own way to refresh its image for contemporary customers and consequentially return to the relevance of its heyday.
In a fashion scenario dominated by a new maximalism and by untamed street wave, discreet sophistication, rationalism and a less-is-more approach might be considered out of fashion. But, actually, will good taste ever go out of fashion?
No, according to Lucie and Luke Meier, who delivered another convincing collection for the Jil Sander brand. With their quiet, soft-spoken approach, they are actually succeeding in developing a new contemporary language, which speaks of Jil Sander but through codes in sync with the current times.
The designers showcased a realistic wardrobe, filled with urban, highly wearable options, yet peppered with a fascinating twist. Their constant research for an approach projected into the future yet anchored by a personal and sensitive attitude resulted in the delicacy of the mattress-inspired quilted fabrics, the tablecloth-like Vichy patterns and the stretch seersuckers developed in a sorbet palette of light blue and yellow.
The silhouettes spanned from more constructed designs, such as impeccable coats with hourglass lines, to sharp-cut shirtdresses in crisp

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Emilio Pucci Resort 2019

The joyful, flamboyant mood of a tropical summer: For the resort season, Emilio Pucci’s design team embraced a happy, colorful aesthetic that injected an energetic vibe into the brand’s lineup.
A kaleidoscope of new prints, featuring a more graphic look compared to archival motifs, was juxtaposed with eye-catching solids, such as sunflower yellow, hot pink and strawberry red. There was something sensual about the fitted dresses and the mini skirts embellished with embroideries and trimmed with raffia fringes.
Breezy caftans were decorated with prints at the cuffs, while silk inserts gave a luxurious touch to cropped, wide-leg jeans. If a foldable maxi K-way showed the most sporty and practical face of the brand, evening dresses featuring all-over embroideries were designed for jet-setters.

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Oscar de la Renta Resort 2019

Describing a fashion show as very “mother-of-the-bride” is not always a compliment. Yet it was accurate and deliberate in the case of Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim’s resort collection for Oscar de la Renta. If there was ever a time to go in that direction, this was it.
Garcia and Kim were already looking at a Wedgwood book by Rizzoli as a key reference for the lineup in February when “we got Meghan [Markle’s] phone call to help dress her mom for the royal wedding,” Garcia said after Tuesday’s show, referring to the ODLR ensemble Doria Ragland wore to her daughter’s, the Duchess of Sussex, nuptials last weekend. He noted that the request to dress the most watched mother-of-the-bride in recent memory and the bridal registry china inspiration were a happy coincidence, so the designers went with it.
The English pottery brand’s heritage informed many of the collection’s colors and patterns. Everything in the lineup would be appropriate for an event on a wedding weekend itinerary — the rehearsal dinner, reception, bridesmaids’ dresses, morning after brunch. The show opened with a series of ivory and pastel stretch wool dresses that were minimal in shape with hemlines cut like architectural petals. There were

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Zac Posen Resort 2019

A maestro of red-carpet drama, Zac Posen has a practical side, too. He referred to his approach to his resort collection as “the merchandising matrix” during a preview of the collection last week. “You’re going against what’s selling, what you need to expand. We build with all our retailers and customers door by door.” In terms of what’s selling and what’s expanding now: cropped suiting and shirting. He developed the former in a neat black cropped jacket with a white tie neck over a slim black shift dress. The latter came as white cotton blouses with statement cuffs and more fluid satin draped blouses that paired with languid tuxedo/pajama pants. The collection was framed in a strong “direct” palette of black, red, magenta, cobalt blue and pale pink with silhouettes crafted with an Eighties lens, which Posen handled with grace and subtlety. There were no “Dynasty” shoulders, more like gentle draping on killer, curve-hugging silhouettes that Posen knows will sell.

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Tory Burch Resort 2019

Tory Burch shot her resort look book on the lawn and in the laundry room of her Southampton, N.Y. home. It would have been hard to find a more fitting environment for the collection’s idyllic mood that crossbred classic all-American summer with some traditional French seaside chic. One of Burch’s key references was “The Little Prince” translated abstractly into elongated shirt collars, whimsical illustrated prints on pajama separates and a chunky ivory sweater with a pattern that riffed on the famous line from the book, “One sees clearly only with the heart.”
There was an abundance of stripes and shirting, as well as breezy embroidered dresses and peasant blouses, sailor pants and striped shirts, oversize knits and lightweight shearling jackets. Skirts and dresses were long, sometimes asymmetric. Pants were relaxed. Tops were roomy. Yet the look was quite clean, done in a washed, classic palette of ivory, white, khaki, navy and chambray. The accessories, too, felt pared-down with neat bags and sandals reminiscent of Birkenstocks. Burch said the more minimalist lineup was the result of a few years of editing and reevaluating her aesthetic. “It’s been a work in progress getting it to where it is now,” she said. “Less is

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Escada Resort 2019

Niall Sloan’s second collection as global design director ran the gamut of approachable day-to-evening fare. Where his fall debut channeled the eccentricity of Escada’s archive with an Eighties bent, here Sloan incorporated the season’s inspiration with whimsical flare.
He looked to the night sky — perhaps inspired by the clarity of his newfound home (the designer splits his time between London and Munich, where Escada is based) — in ways ranging literal (a billowing cloud print on a sharp-shouldered dress; a recurring star motif), to abstract (the use of Lurex and velvet to reference starlight).
Sloan has been focused on broadening the brand’s definition of cocktail while leveling a casual thread. The strongest pieces managed to balance flash with restraint, like the shimmery metallic gowns that shaped the body loosely, or a billowy dress with shooting star print. In two seasons, he’s demonstrated a playfulness not commonly associated with the boardroom-oriented Escada woman.
His playful hand extended namely into daywear. Shots of pink and green livened separates while a brushstroke floral print created through a collaboration with artist Laura Gulshani, who Sloan found on Instagram, provided a sense of youth. The most festive elements came in the form of beading that served as mismatched buttons

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Givenchy Resort 2019

Men’s tailoring has always been the bedrock of Clare Waight Keller’s coed vision for Givenchy. In her debut last fall, she said her focus on sharp shoulders was directly derived from the work of founder Hubert de Givenchy.
For her first resort collection since taking over the creative direction of the label, the designer also delved into a lesser-known part of Givenchy’s heritage: a sportswear line that fed into a selection of looks infused with athletic ease.
“He actually did a sports line at the beginning of the Eighties — Givenchy Sport — and it was kind of interesting, because there, he really used a lot of the graphic designs and these sort of V-shapes,” she explained. “I thought it was interesting to mix that back into the more sophisticated tailoring part.”
Men’s logo track pants, or second-skin tops in technical fabrics, were overt nods to the athleisure trend that has swept through to high-end brands. It translated more subtly in the women’s looks, which included roomy separates in paper-thin glossy leather, done in subtle hues like forest green and Prussian blue.
The Eighties influence was overt with items like cowl-neck tops with batwing sleeves, or a burgundy jersey zip-up jacket with a black

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Just Cavalli Resort 2019

Florence served as a major inspiration for the Just Cavalli resort collection, the first designed by creative director Paul Surridge since his arrival at the company last year.
A view of the landscape of the Tuscan city, which is the fashion house’s hometown, as well as the iconic image of the marble statue of David by Michelangelo in Piazza della Signoria, pop up in the young and fun collection.
Rooted in an urban, contemporary mood, the versatile lineup offers a range of easy-to-wear pieces, spanning from multicolored jacquard sweaters, slipdresses layered over lace blouses, as well as a Barbie-like outfit, combining a miniskirt with a denim-inspired jacket, both crafted from baby pink leather.
The brand’s signature wild animal motifs are reworked through a graphic lens and mixed and matched on maxi frocks, while an ironic feel runs trough a lacquered yellow bomber worn with coordinated pants printed in a crocodile pattern.
Staying away from certain rock ’n’ roll and sexy clichés of the brand’s previous collection, Surridge managed to deliver an unfussy and unpretentious lineup of wearable yet eye-catching pieces for the real girls of 2019.

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Tomas Maier Resort 2019

No one is immune to influence. That’s why designers have mood boards. Tomas Maier’s brand is anchored in comfortable, everyday sportswear with a fashion attitude. What are the biggest things happening in comfortable, casual sportswear? Puffer jackets, tracksuits, windbreakers, logomania and, of course, the Eighties. Maier had it all in his women’s and men’s resort collection, handling pieces that are widely available elsewhere with his smart, thoughtful hand.
“It’s a little influenced by the early Eighties music scene, early hip-hop,” said Maier during a preview. Track jackets were reversible and pants, cut wide and slouchy, were done in washed flannel and felted wool jersey to give the dressed-down look a polished finish. Oversize cashmere sweaters and fitted knits in sporty graphic compositions were chicly athletic, likewise the down puffers and shearling and nylon jackets. Maier’s signature palm-tree motif was done in an Eighties Los Angeles way, the long, skinny palms printed against pink sunset skies. Adopting his branding to the seasonal theme that way made sense, though the same could not be said for cartoony graphic cassette-tape motifs, which felt too juvenile for Maier’s clientele.
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Prada Resort 2019

After a fashion show, a critic typically rushes from the venue back to office, home, hotel, wherever, and writes as carefully considered a review as deadline — usually right now — permits.  
Following Miuccia Prada’s cruise show last night, I ignored that deep-rooted conditioning to actually enjoy, rather than fret through, the post-show fete (Tonne Goodman — a delightful dinner companion), and went home to bed after what I thought was quite a strong show. A night’s sleep and some morning rumination told me I was wrong. Prada’s show wasn’t merely strong. It was brilliant.
Not deep-thoughts, esoteric brilliant, but aggressively commercial, resort-long-selling-season-give-me-a-smart-coat-and-pants brilliant. “It’s like a fantasy and the reality,” Prada said, describing her motif du jour. “Of course, [a show is] always a fantasy. It’s my fantasy on what today for me is real.” 
A longtime holdout from the cruise extravaganza, Prada acknowledged that market realities ultimately forced her hand. “Everybody is doing more, and so you have to adapt, more or less,” she said.
So after years of sprinkling women’s cruise looks into her June men’s show, last year she staged a full resort show in Milan. This time she opted for another of her brand’s “homes,” its Herzog &

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Sally LaPointe Fetes Resort 2018 Collection With Dinner in L.A.

New York designer Sally LaPointe spent the last couple of days in Los Angeles strengthening ties with the fashion community and hosting a dinner on Wednesday night at Chateau Marmont. LaPointe had a little help from entrepreneur NJ Goldston, who cohosted the affair with Mimi Cuttrell.

Sally Perrin and Emma Perrin attend Sally LaPointe dinner. 
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“It’s my first time doing something like this in L.A.,” said the designer, who currently sells in 25 retailers including Moda Operandi, Allora by Laura in Santa Barbara, Switch in Beverly Hills, and 1508 in Venice Beach.
LaPointe is often on the road for trunk shows at boutiques, but took a few days to meet with stylists and editors at Palihouse West Hollywood. “The clothes seem like a good fit in L.A., because they are about easy dressing,” she said. Although she prefers designing for fall, where she can use luxurious trims like fox fur on sweaters, she has found a following among women like Goldston who travel often.

The scene at Sally LaPointe dinner hosted by Sally LaPointe, NJ Goldson & Mimi Cuttrell at the Chateau Marmont. 
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Roland Mouret Resort 2018

Roland Mouret loosened up for resort, presenting a series of fluid silhouettes in a monochromatic palette of red, black and white. There were flowing midi dresses, airy blouses and loosely draped jumpsuits.
Mouret also experimented with tailoring while staying true to his signature femininity; cropped trousers, pencil skirts and jackets were done in monochromatic tweed fabrics, featuring details such as lace trims and raffia fringing.
The eveningwear offer stood out for its bold floral patterns and delicate fil coupé fabrics, which highlights the designer’s efforts to introduce his take on demi-couture, offering decorative yet wearable pieces “for a new generation of customers.”

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Alexander McQueen Resort 2018

Inspired by English country gardens, Alexander McQueen’s resort outing was brimming with romance: Flowers were printed and embroidered on delicate chiffon mididresses, while knitwear and corseted gowns were designed to evoke caging. Juxtaposing the softer elements were slim suits done in a handwoven tweed, structured monochromatic blazers thrown over dresses and oversized trenchcoats. Embellishment was another key element. With the idea of family heirlooms in mind, Sarah Burton added heavy crystal embellishments in the shape of flowers on everything from gowns to knitwear, while suits were matched with statement necklaces.

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Céline Resort 2018

Phoebe Philo’s resort 2018 collection includes lingerie dressing, big furs and lots of beige.

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Georgian Lakeside Resort Receive Tribute & Medication Help By Charles Myrick Of ACRX

ACRX Recognition Gallery: American Consultants Rx
http://www.acrx.org -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American Consultants Rx community service project which consist of millions of free discount prescription cards being donated to thousands of not for profits,hospitals,schools,churches,etc. in an effort to assist the uninsured,under insured,and seniors deal with the high cost of prescription drugs.

The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

The ACRX cards will offer discounts of name brand drugs of up to 40% off and up to 60% off of generic drugs. They also possess no eligibility requirements, no forms to fill out, or expiration date as well .One card will take care of a whole family. Also note that the ACRX cards will come to your organization already pre-activated .The cards are good at over 50k stores from Walgreen, Wal mart, Eckerd”s, Kmart, Kroger, Publix, and many more. Any one can use these cards but ACRX is focusing on those who are uninsured, underinsured, or on Medicare. The ACRX cards are now in Spanish as well.

American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at http://www.acrxcards.com where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

American Consultants Rx is working diligently to assist as many people and organizations as possible. It should be noted that while many other organizations and companies place a cost on their money saving cards, American Consultants Rx does not believe a cost should be applied, just to assist our fellow Americans. American Consultants Rx states that it will continue to strive to assist those in need.

Free Medicine Help Donated to Pelican Cove Resort & Marina by Charles Myrick of ACRX

ACRX Recognition Gallery: American Consultants Rx
http://www.acrx.org -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and the rising cost of prescription drug cost. Charles Myrick ,the President of American Consultants Rx, announced the re-release of the American Consultants Rx community service project which consist of millions of free discount prescription cards being donated to thousands of not for profits,hospitals,schools,churches,etc. in an effort to assist the uninsured,under insured,and seniors deal with the high cost of prescription drugs.

The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

The ACRX cards will offer discounts of name brand drugs of up to 40% off and up to 60% off of generic drugs. They also possess no eligibility requirements, no forms to fill out, or expiration date as well .One card will take care of a whole family. Also note that the ACRX cards will come to your organization already pre-activated .The cards are good at over 50k stores from Walgreen, Wal mart, Eckerd”s, Kmart, Kroger, Publix, and many more. Any one can use these cards but ACRX is focusing on those who are uninsured, underinsured, or on Medicare. The ACRX cards are now in Spanish as well.

American Consultants Rx made arrangements online for the ACRX card to be available at http://www.acrxcards.com where it can also be downloaded. This arrangement has been made to allow organizations an avenue to continue assisting their clients in the community until they receive their orders of the ACRX cards. ACRX made it possible for cards to be requested from online for individuals and organizations free of charge. Request for the ACRX cards can also be made by mailing a request to : ACRX, P.O.Box 161336,Atlanta,GA 30321, faxing a written request to 404-305-9539,or calling the office at 404-767-1072. Please include name (if organization please include organization and contact name),mailing address,designate Spanish or English,amount of cards requested,and telephone number.

American Consultants Rx is working diligently to assist as many people and organizations as possible. It should be noted that while many other organizations and companies place a cost on their money saving cards, American Consultants Rx does not believe a cost should be applied, just to assist our fellow Americans. American Consultants Rx states that it will continue to strive to assist those in need.

Devereux to Launch Swimwear for Resort

Devereux is plunging into the swimwear space.
The brand will expand its resort collection to include swimwear for the first time and will introduce a 15-piece collection to retailers at the trade shows this month. It will be offered to consumers in November.
Designer Robert Brunner focused the collection around two styles: the Amalfi swim trunk and the Bond board short. The Amalfi offers an elastic waistband, side pockets, a full lining and is made from a quick-dry fabric. The Bond board short has a snap button front, side pockets and also utilizes quick-dry fabric.
“I was determined to make a proper swimwear collection that was about fit, performance and quality. I spent the last couple of years developing swimwear in Portugal because I want to give our customer the craftsmanship and quality of a fine European garment,” Brunner said.

The swimsuits will retail between $ 115 and $ 135.

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Martin Grant Resort 2018

Martin Grant has come up with a solution for keeping armpits dry during a heat wave: air-conditioned sleeves.
Puff sleeves, leg-of-mutton arms and dropped armholes were just some of the hot-weather hacks the designer deployed in his resort collection, which featured breezy drawstring-collared blouses and cool djellaba styles that worked equally well for the beach and the city.
“I like the fact of mixing these ethnic influences with something that’s very clean and structured,” he said.
Grant worked with patterns including irregular stripes, dots and a coral-inspired print, the latter appearing on a belted black-and-white tunic dress. French workwear fabrics inspired a selection of outfits in light blue cotton poplin, including a wide-leg jumpsuit and a peasant blouse with puffed-up sleeves.
Eveningwear skewed toward Eighties styles, with items like cocktail dresses in mismatched polka dot patterns with major sleeve action. Grant also worked that voluminous shoulder into an emerald-green silk top that delivered climate control with a theatrical flourish.
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Hecho Men’s Spring 2018: The spring collection expanded on singular, identifiable staples in new, still breathable, fabrics.
Boss Men’s Spring 2018: Designer Ingo Wilts used a variety of

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Lanvin Resort 2018

In her final collection for Lanvin before her departure after just 16 months at the house, Bouchra Jarrar stuck to a mostly monochrome palette for outfits that alternated between trapeze dresses and her signature masculine-inspired suits.
Decorative touches included floral fabrics, lace trims and ruffled necklines. Jarrar added touches of color including the label’s signature blue, which was used on a powdery blouse with frills at the neck and wrists, unexpectedly paired with high-waisted pleated pants in a similar shade.
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Hecho Men’s Spring 2018: The spring collection expanded on singular, identifiable staples in new, still breathable, fabrics.
Boss Men’s Spring 2018: Designer Ingo Wilts used a variety of nautical references in the line.
Nick Graham Men’s Spring 2018: The designer was inspired by the ocean and Atlantis.
Descendant of Thieves Men’s Spring 2018: The designer toyed with the aesthetic of deviant Mods of the Sixties, balancing an energetic collection of colorful prints with relaxed silhouettes.

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Ingie Paris Resort 2018

Ingie Chalhoub took resort quite literally, offering up a languid collection inspired by the California lifestyle of the Seventies. Palazzo pants, jumpsuits and flowing dresses featured paisley or swirling vintage-style prints in a variety of pastel hues on white backgrounds, with floral adornments and hand-sewn braided details to knock home the hippie-chic message. Others were worked in plain candy-colored silk that flowed on the body, or in more structured jersey with a Neoprene texture.
These were contrasted with glittering fabrics that glammed things up. A graphic sequined guipure worked well on a long maxiskirt in off-white or a black shirt with translucent organza sleeves, while an ivory boyfriend blazer with sequin details had a relaxed charm. On a striped rough-hewn fabric, meanwhile, the contrast of metallic threads and pastels made for a refreshing look.
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Atelier Versace Couture Fall 2017: The collection blended Baroque references and rock ‘n’ roll — with a soupçon of 3-D printing.
Iris Van Herpen Couture Fall 2017: For her 10th anniversary show, the designer sent out aquatic-themed creations to a

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Balmain Resort 2018

Olivier Rousteing is having a “Vive la France” moment, evidenced in his resort collection and recent men’s wear show. Blame it on his collaboration with the Paris Opera, or soon-to-be-launched line of lipsticks with L’Oréal Paris. Or the fact that “politically,” with President Macron in the driving seat, he’s “more proud than ever about the choices that France is making.”
The designer fed an array of French symbols — think tweed and Breton stripes “like you’d find on a Serge Gainsbourg T-shirt” — through the Balmain filter. “This to me is Balmain: It’s fierce, it’s tough, but at the same time there’s a softness and fragility that I’m working on now,” said the designer of a white and pastel body-con macramé dress with black patent leather accents. It was inspired by French tapestries. A range of body-con-meets-ballet numbers ending in tutus were among variations on the theme, paired with gold-buttoned tweed jackets trailing with fringed silk. “They’re my Balmain ballerinas,” Rousteing said.
With an L.A. store due to open on July 20, the designer also folded in nods to his second home, the U.S., with Western references sprinkled across the collection, from fringed jackets to horse prints. From ballet to Beverly Hills, the

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John Galliano Resort 2018

“I think leopard print can go quite bourgeois or rock ‘n’ roll, and I definitely pushed for the latter direction,” said Bill Gaytten of the John Galliano collection’s signature print, based on a hybrid beast that was part leopard, part tiger. It added a wild note to asymmetric cocktail dresses. More unexpected spins included a fierce embroidered cat adorning an innocent-looking lemon silk pleated dress with a signature draped bow detail at the waist.
Other elements included denim embroidered with lotus flowers, studded dresses, an animal print trench, and a great checked jacket cut on the Galliano bias with a contrast animal print collar.
The designer also sprinkled in a range of signature pretty options, including Galliano dancing dresses with tulle overlays and vintage-looking embroidered slips.
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Iris Van Herpen Couture Fall 2017: For her 10th anniversary show, the designer sent out aquatic-themed creations to a performance by underwater group Between Music.
Paris to Honor Karl

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Maticevski Resort 2018

For his debut Paris presentation, rising Australian designer Toni Maticevski stuck to his signature sculptural silhouettes, mashing contrasting textures like sports mesh, tailoring and ornate brocades.
The moods meandered, too, from dark sexy creations showing a bit of skin to long double-breasted jackets in rose brocade and souffle tulle gowns, albeit with abstract constructions that tempered the princess tone.
Slogans nodded to titles of previous collections, like The Elegant Rebel or Tomboy Heiress, with the designer also incorporating a print inspired by old movie titles from the Thirties and Forties that lent a shadowy, melancholic note.
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Christian Dior Couture Fall 2017: As the house of Dior turns 70, Maria Grazia Chiuri designed her fall couture collection an homage to the house founder.
Atelier Versace Couture Fall 2017: The collection blended Baroque references and rock ‘n’ roll — with a soupçon of 3-D printing.
Iris Van Herpen Couture Fall 2017: For her 10th anniversary show, the designer sent out aquatic-themed creations to a performance by underwater group Between Music.
Paris to Honor Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel Couture Show: Mayor Anne Hidalgo is to decorate the couturier with a Grand Vermeil medal, the city’s highest distinction.

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Y’s Resort 2018

Highlights from the Pink label included bikers and reversible bombers lined with a splashy reinterpretation of a print from Japan’s Taishō Democracy period in the Twenties, which also played out on floaty dresses.
Among additions to the showroom was a full women’s capsule from the Exclusive line, part of the brand’s Black sub-line, focused on signature, mannish, plain suiting options with twists like dusty check prints and oversize spins on the shirtdress with bow ties.
Adding a dose of color was the scrunchy tie-and-dye stains splashed on T-shirts, shirts and Bermudas in polyester and crepe de chine. Summery options included twisted tanks and a white linen jacket with pleats at the back, while the brand’s Rismat casual subline also continues to gather momentum. Hits there included the super-relaxed, ample, hybrid cardigans and sweaters with tonal shirting sections in a range of lovely shades going from electric blue to dusty yellow.
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Atelier Versace Couture Fall 2017: The collection blended Baroque references and rock ‘n’ roll — with a soupçon of 3-D printing.
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Akris Resort 2018

Using cashmere, silk and modern synthetic fabrics, Akris designer Albert Kriemler based his resort collection on the idea that he could simplify life for Cannes Film Festival attendees.
A featherlight, three-layer coat made of soft gray cashmere was designed for all occasions. The travel-weary could wear it for a stroll on the beach or a dash from the airport to the red carpet. A silver metallic shell protects from the rain and can be folded into a small package to tuck into a handbag. Besides, why weigh down an elegant dress with too much sophistication?
“I love when outerwear or coat pieces give that casual attitude to a cocktail dress which is more modern,” Kriemler said.
A pale silver bomber jacket with a knit cashmere collar had an ultralight puff thanks to a new cotton blend.
In addition to silvery gray, the Swiss designer drew on bright red, pink, blue and white. Building on the label’s tradition of reversibility, one piece conveys two looks and an upturned cuff reveals a bright splash of color.
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Hermès Resort 2018

Staying relevant while keeping the classic Hermès devotee happy is a delicate balancing act, but Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski had it covered in this broad collection. It was steeped in heritage codes that were given a fresh spin.
There were the updates on timeless classics like equestrian capes and luxury staples revisited in unique palette mixes. Consider one French-touch ensemble, pairing an Hermès-orange coat with an apricot shirt and navy pant. Foulard tops mixing motifs with stripes in Seventies hues added a sporty, retro-chic spin.
Even the silhouettes based on exotic skins looked effortless, like the purist croc minidresses with belt details at the front embellished with mini padlocks: One dyed a pretty nude shade would perfectly offset a tan, another in a deep glossy petrol blue was accessorized with white Hermès slides.
The vacation mood continued with a total look Klein-blue ensemble pairing a poplin cotton shirt and ruffled skirt with smocking accents, and a dress with a fitted racer-back top and flowing skirt in black and gray blanket stripes. The show climaxed with a run of foulard dresses combining minimalist cuts with retro prints. A hint of personality came via asymmetric ruffle details on the skirt.

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Max Mara Resort 2018

As traditional resort inspirations go, it doesn’t get much more quintessential than the Cote d’Azur — a classic, upscale vacation mood befitting a classic, upscale brand such as Max Mara. The design team was wise to stay within the framework of luxurious classics for which the house is known, channeling casual but elegant Riviera chic with a modern touch into a practical wardrobe. Eileen Gray’s famous E-1027 villa in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin was a key reference.
Done mostly in navy, white and camel, easy tailored looks were laced with subtle nautical details — for example, a crisp denim button-down shirt and pencil skirt with a rope belt; a mannish white trench with sailor buttons down the side over wide-leg white pants, and of course the house’s signature camel coats, here cut into loose, lightweight robes. There was a languid masculinity to many of the separates, countered by the sporty, minimalist femininity of a navy slipdress with nautical criss-cross spaghetti straps, a sailor-inspired white shirtdress with black tipping and a few touches of pale pink in a sweater and robe coat.
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Drome Resort 2018

“Resort and pre-fall are strong selling seasons for Drome, so I always try to focus on seasonless pieces,” said creative director Marianna Rosati. “Since these seasons deliver to stores so early, I want the customer to be able to buy something and potentially wear it right away.” Let’s not forget Drome is a leather-based brand, making the goal of producing seasonless clothing all the more challenging.
Rosati approached warm weather by airing out leathers with perforations, punctuating loose silhouettes and dresses and, at times, weaving leather strips to create breathable little tops. She treats leather like any other malleable fabric, using lightweight and paper thin skins to create dresses with bunched sleeves and twisted knots, culottes, shirting and pants with the appearance of acid wash denim. It’s easy to overlook how difficult translating leather into an approachable, everyday fabric can be given how well she does it.
The designer continued the vein of her fall collection, expanding her textile library to include silks, viscose and knits — oftentimes breaking up leathers with lighter-weight fabrics for a sense of motion. “I push myself to work with the material in new, innovative ways that are interesting yet still wearable. This season, I wanted to

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Zuhair Murad Resort 2018

The collection had a stronger daywear bent without losing any of the poetry and femininity, with Zuhair Murad carefully dosing his fairytale theme. He expressed a sweet side and a dark side, ranging from a powder blue princess gown in embroidery depicting a castle in the clouds to a draped black printed dress and a black suit with a peplum jacket dusted with stars that had a Forties Surrealism flavor.
Standouts included a mannish suit with stitched lines evoking pinstripes that were then dotted with studs, and the white lace and ruffled looks with a dreamy David Hamilton vibe. Not forgetting the more romantic dresses embroidered with pretty prints mixing birds of paradise, blooms, nymphs and unicorns that allowed for a bit of escapism.
Osman Resort 2018: Yousefzada’s cosmic collection offered a constellation of feminine and architectural shapes.
Blumarine Resort 2018: Rebecca Louise Law’s floral installation inspired the delicate beauty which Anna Molinari injected in her feminine collection. 
Fleur du Mal Resort 2018: Jennifer Zuccarini presented a quintessential resort collection with a lingerie twist.
Maison Michel Resort 2018: Priscilla Royer had in mind the movie “Legally Blonde” in conceiving this collection.
Maggie Marilyn Resort 2018: Designer Maggie Marilyn Hewitt’s sun-kissed collection was based around the feeling of the last few days of

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Osman Resort 2018

Osman Yousefzada dreamed of starry nights and luminous skies for this sophisticated range, and continued to update his Perfect 5 collection of basics.
Yousefzada’s collection offered a constellation of feminine and architectural shapes. Celestial formations translated into bugle bead and crystal embellishments on blouses, dresses and outerwear on his signature sculpted silhouettes.
A short black cape was made from Venetian wool with a gilded starburst embroidery. He paired it with black, ankle-length trousers and a white button-down blouse. Shimmery astral adornments also appeared on the back of a short trenchcoat and on poplin shirts.
The designer added a smattering of beaded elements to a belted dress and trousers to illustrate a starry night, and the motif carried over to a long black satin gown with a gleaming Byzantine-like pattern. The same embellishments were employed on a black velvet blouse with a mesh yoke.
He introduced denim last year, and updated the wide-leg cropped style with gold zipper accents down the front of legs. They were worn with a pink tailored jacket and a white blouse with a pussycat bow.
Yousefzada added a cropped hoodie-style jacket to his Perfect 5 range and updated his best-selling tracksuit-inspired Felix pants with a soft gray jersey fabric. A gray

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Fleur du Mal Resort 2018

Jennifer Zuccarini presented a quintessential resort collection with a lingerie twist. For her newest offering, Zuccarini presented both Fleur du Mal’s holiday and resort collections. For holiday, inspiration stemmed from Japanese photographer and artist Nobuyoshi Araki, whose work includes a mix of sensual florals with bondage. This provocative feel could be seen throughout the holiday collection — a great red, floral button-up paired with a tougher, patent leather skirt — and translated into holiday — a chic white corseted set of shorts and matching strapless top.
While resort included lingerie details, the selection was much brighter and channeled resort to a T through both ready-to-wear separates and great swim offerings. There were great highlighter colors that were balanced out with indigos and navies as well as a pretty palm print, as per a one-shoulder dress with U-shaped high leg slit. Highlights in swim included new high leg, high-waist brightly colored bikinis as well as velvet swimwear. In ready-to-wear, the strongest pieces included “matchy-matchy” sets — like a pink silk twill “denim” pant and tank as well as a black burnout silk bustier tank-and-pant set. The collection was sexy but cool, and perfect to wear from the beach to a party.
Cynthia Rowley Resort 2018: Cynthia Rowley’s

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Theia Resort 2018

As a young boy, Don O’Neill was always inspired by the lights sparkling on the ocean at his family home in Ireland. For the past eight years at Theia, he has been designing dresses that sparkle as such, this season as an ode to New York lights. “One night I’m on my way home in a cab. It was a rainy night and I was looking at the way the lights of traffic were sparkling….It reminded me a bit of the urban sparkle,” O’Neill recounted. From this idea, he created a fun “city lights” black-and-white print on a modern off-the-shoulder, high-low gown. O’Neill also reinterpreted this print into embellishments à la paillette “grapes” and 3-D embroidered flowers. “It’s still the whole idea of doing sparkle, but this is a very different way of doing it,” he spoke of the 3-D embellished gowns. With a range of dresses from black and white to hot red and pink and a nice selection in softer blues and pinks, O’Neill offered a modern selection to make his customer shine.
There were Art Deco-inspired dresses that oozed city glam, like a hand-embroidered black gown with pearls. O’Neill just celebrated his impressive 30 years — his pearl anniversary

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David Koma Resort 2018

David Koma treaded on dangerous ground for his latest resort outing: the Georgia-born, London-based designer experimented with bold embellishments, from feathers to Swarovski crystals and mirrored plexiglass and added flashes of neon to his color palette.
He embroidered feathers at the slits of his signature miniskirts and the ends of body-hugging dresses to create a sense of movement, while rounded metal-framed plexiglass was used all over cutout dresses, jumpsuits or midi skirts in various forms and sizes. Elsewhere, embellishment was layered, like in the case of a fuchsia dress featuring softer pink crystals on top of the mirrored plexiglass.
Piling on embellishments could definitely risk looking too heavy, but in Koma’s hands the pieces looked modern and highly desirable.
He maintained a sense of modernity through graphic motifs, inspired by the circular art of Sophie Taeuber-Arp. These came in the form of evenly placed, rounded black satin buttons or plexi mirrors, rounded cutouts and subtle curved hems. The fabrications in the range were also in line with the range’s graphic direction; among the highlights was a ruffled dress in silk tulle featuring flocked polka dots.
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Raquel Allegra Resort 2018

Process is crucial for Raquel Allegra. She experiments with how different fabrics take on tie-dye differently and how they feel on the hand afterward even before she starts cutting and draping silhouettes.
She designs simple and beautiful clothes for every day with a relaxed, lived-in quality. Her resort offering was displayed at the studio of artist John Newman, a newfound friend whose transportive sculptures help place Allegra’s designs into context. “I’m not making editorial pieces but John is making masterpieces of art. I’m going to wear that and buy that art,” she said, pointing to a model and her favorite piece from Newman.
This season’s silhouettes were a little more feminine, but still undone and boxy. She played with a new neutral dye application that mixed cream and taupe on a lovely dress with drawstrings on the sleeves. Jersey was mixed with textured gauze on a boxy dress with raw edges that felt light and fresh. She chose fabrics that wear well together. One model, for instance, wore fleece pants, a satin tank with raw edges, a jersey-gauze top and a leopard print knit coat — and it didn’t feel forced. 
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Marchesa Resort 2018

Creative directors Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig mined the opulent interior designs of Tony Duquette for a collection of statement gowns rooted in lavish embroidery, bold colors and sculpted construction. An exercise in proportions made for a heightened sense of drama as well.
The designers tend to lean on a romantic sensibility with ethereal fabrics decorated with floral appliqué, feathers and fringe. A full-sleeved gown with multicolor chiffon florals definitely played to that ideal. There was an emphasis on body sculpting, as in the dusty blue gown with skirt overlay, sheer corseted gowns with decorated bodices and an alluring lavender dip-dyed gown with asymmetric tiered proportions that challenged the eye. A spirit of grandeur was kept alive with fringe framing a rose gold sheath, feathers consuming a strapless blush gown, and allover beading and appliquéd florals throughout.
Notable were separates that had more wear opportunity. Capes, for instance, have been selling well for the brand individually; they coordinate with matching gowns but style just as easily over simpler outfits. A yellow warped-floral print cut into an off-shoulder top could be grounded with trousers or elevated with a full skirt, and a black top with the illusion of ruffles cascading off

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Koza Re-brands to Paradised for Resort 2018

New York brand Koza is now Paradised in a name change the company’s founders think speaks to a broader group of people.
The change, which becomes official with the company’s resort 2018 collection, also mirrors an expansion in the company’s aesthetic which has branched out from its originally Turkish towel designs when it started in 2014.
“We wanted to expand beyond more than just doing Turkish towels. It’s very precise; it’s very niche,” said designer and cofounder Sinje Lesemann. “We basically introduced other fabrications and also graphic Ts and sweatshirts. We started to really find our voice and a real point of view. It’s where streetwear meets resortwear…We’re now reaching the next growth phase and thought now would be the time to do it.”
Paradised reflects a positive, spiritual place, Lesemann said. It’s also a word she said nearly anyone understands no matter what language someone may speak.
Koza, entered the market in 2014 with Lesemann and Daniela Jung, who has styled Jared Leto and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, launching the ready-to-wear collection out of New York.
The company’s largest account is Net-a-porter. The line is also sold at Lane Crawford, The Webster, By George and some Saks Fifth Avenue stores.
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Bassike Resort 2018

Designers Deborah Sams and Mary Lou Ryan started Bassike — pronounced basic — in 2006 by creating exactly what their name states, basic pieces with staple organic jersey cotton Ts. From there, the Australian brand expanded to Japanese denim bottoms and since has evolved into smartly constructed, mainline collections. Everything is sustainably manufactured.
For their most recent collection, silhouettes were focused on defining the waistline, which is quite feminine for the brand who is known for their typically boxy and sheathlike shapes. Inspirations for the seasons always stem directly from new fabrications. The designers are particular about making sure the make and fit of all of their pieces are perfect — their “bread and butter.” There were great details, such as rope-ties, on dresses and pants, and especially great holding together a one-shoulder top. Other highlights included a gathered dress and check gusset skirt with jacket, all of which had a scrunched texture, as well as bandage belted skirts. It was simple and unfussy but effortlessly chic.
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Nanushka Resort 2018

This season, Sandra Sandor created a collection mixing the mutual language of Far East Asia with the wild Western Americana. Nanushka is a Budapest-based brand that’s rooted, and continually inspired, by a “traveler’s mind-set.” That mind-set embodies leaving behind preconceptions of style and dress and experimenting and liberating your concept of style while away. Designing versatile items for easy care and packability plays into this as well.
Resort displayed a light palette of mostly light pink, Champagne and neutral separates. This color scheme played nicely to the details, all of which helped to lightly communicate the inspiration. “All the fringe and statement hardware, the denim and leather all refer to western root while the tassels, satins and silk fabrics, and the silk scarf inspired shapes refer to the oriental heritage,” Sandor explained. Overall the collection was effortlessly chic with highlights including: a lightweight, quilted jacket, a vegan leather dress with front button details waist tie, a utility trenchcoat with detachable cotton hood and matching crisp satin sets.
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Alena Akhmadullina Resort 2018

For resort, Alena Akhmadullina continued her sartorial interpretation of Russian folklore with her most practical collection yet. Resort was also a smart continuation displaying tweaks on selections shown in Russia versus New York. A color palette inspired by Seventies nightlife glamour also elevated the collection.
Resort was a bit of a departure from Akhmadullina’s typically mystical interpretation and more of a focus on reference to nature. For example, a great, long floral coat with seafoam green mink lining the interior. Details from the season’s folklore, “Vasilisa the Wise,” a Cinderella-like tale, flowed throughout: bird claw feet on bags, brightly colored birds and ducks, set against crisscrossing tree branches. Regal silhouettes, such as previous Victorian high necks, were refreshingly paired down for easy wearability. Akhmadullina didn’t change everything though — her stellar fur coats remained.
A standout emerald kimono-inspired skirt and overcoat displayed Akhmadullina’s newest technique, incorporating a three-dimensional look to her designs through quilted embroidery.
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Lela Rose Resort 2018

Lela Rose found her charming resort inspiration in a Seventies Lynn Anderson song lyric, which she was game to recite during her outdoor presentation at Jefferson Market Garden on Wednesday afternoon: “I beg your pardon, I never promised you a rose garden.” No pardon necessary, because she delivered a collection hinged on that flower, rendered in various sizes and varieties, in prints and embroideries. Tattoo-style embroidery, a new method for the brand, was prominent on a black cotton poplin shirtdress with fluted sleeves. Double collars, prevalent on several looks, were most interesting when adorned with lace or embroidery.
Other pretty details included pearls inset in the sleeves of a white poplin shirt and on an off-the-shoulder wool crepe top, and lace-up grosgrain details on the bodice of a dusty pink and moss brocade dress. If the cold-shoulder look of a camel dress felt played out, overall the collection delivered on the brand promise: pretty modernity.
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Monique Lhuillier Resort 2018

Monique Lhuillier always delivers those “belle of the ball” dresses — so to no surprise this season she continued to offer her red-carpet worthy frocks, but with a few alternatives for a more dressed-down customer. Amidst the vibrant blue-and-white hand-painted floral princess gowns, embroidered illusion column dresses, and voluminous sleeved evening blouses and jackets, she managed to incorporate more streamlined, linear shapes into the lineup, such as a beautiful floral strapless peplum corset paired with narrow black pants and a black-and-white, below the knee dress with volume sleeves.
Lhuillier also introduced knitwear to the collection — which she had dabbled with in the past. Here, she delicately embroidered with flowers a crewneck short-sleeve version that looked great with a simple black pencil skirt.
“This season I wanted to give my customer more options to add versatility to her wardrobe and push her style evolution forward so I’m offering a lot of statement separates and introducing more novelty knits,” Lhuillier said.
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Victoria Beckham Resort 2018: Victoria Beckham’s resort 2018 lineup was a true trans-seasonal collection of refined clothes for everyday.
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Victoria Beckham Resort 2018

Since she started her brand, Victoria Beckham’s collection has always been an extension of her ideal wardrobe. That said, she is particularly fond of pre-collections because “it’s really about what I desire and what I want to wear,” she said during a preview of resort. Presumably she meant that without having to ramp things up for runway drama, she can focus on purely reality-based clothes. In that sense, the collection was stocked with beautiful everyday gear for a woman with a taste for refined, modernist femininity.
The pieces felt cool and easy but also quite special. For example, a tailored tan coat had delicate chain details draped across the front on one side. A similar detail dangled from the hem of a navy dress. A wool blazer had a soft, fluid back. Sharp black leather pants had red rear pockets and a matching waistband. Some of the plaid she featured on her fall runway carried over in warmer, brighter colors — green, pink, orange, blue — that were accented nicely on both ends of the spectrum with rich neutrals and neon shoes and bags. Beckham noted that she had slimmed her silhouette with nice body-skimming dresses, liquid tops and trousers that

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Joseph Resort 2018

Creative director Louise Trotter took an artistic route for resort, nodding to the artist David Hockney and his vivid use of color.
“I think what Hockney has is a true understanding of the dilemma of weather,” said Trotter. “He also represents much of his British quirkiness and the eccentricity of British style in how he mismatched patterns. I wanted the collection to have a kind of Englishness, but also a sense of optimism because I think we need this at this time — to have a kind of nostalgic optimistic feel.”
She cleverly clashed patterns, prints and bold colors and incorporated luxe fabrics into the chic and tailored collection that is meant to be layered.
A pressed felt tailored overcoat in a bold blue hue was worn over high-waisted trousers with a narrow leg. She layered the look with a classic blue v-neck sweater over a navy and yellow polka dot blouse. The print was an ode to Hockney’s mother Lauren.
Cues came from the artist’s Yorkshire landscapes, too, such as a picturesque scene on a knitted sweater. Trotter paired that with buttery yellow corduroy pants and a picnic-check blouse.
Dresses had an updated garden party feel, as in a dainty floral print tea dress

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Kobi Halperin RTW Resort 2018

Kobi Halperin sees resort as a time for novelty, coupled of course with his brand of ornate embellishment. On a trip to Berlin a few years ago, the designer viewed an exhibition on Kunstkammer, or, Cabinets of Wonder and Wonder-rooms. They featured a curation of beautiful objects and relics that at times had little to do with one another, a parallel Halperin associates with today’s social media obsession, where every pretty thing ends up in one feed. His inspiration was thus born: Bringing together a rich assortment of seemingly disparate details — dry flowers, ostrich feathers, pearl trimming, patched embroidery, etc. — in a collection that bridged high and low.
The tether to the Cabinets of Wonder was brought to life in bright yellow wallpaper-influenced floral prints found on his signature free-flowing blouses. The print showed up elsewhere on a detachable neck piece featuring insect and floral embroidery that could be worn as a stand-alone accessory over leisurely tops or with any of his flowy plissé gowns. He introduced more color, as in a pink gown with gold embroidery, and focused on adding dimension to soft and feminine silhouettes — ruched silk sleeves on blouses, rhinestones on satin tops, ostrich feather trim

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Bibhu Mohapatra Resort 2018

“We almost had a female president. Almost,” Bibhu Mohapatra began during a walk-through in his studio. “This collection is paying attention to the female youth of this era to inspire them to be the best in their own fields, be leaders and [be] inspiring to others.”
For a designer whose career has been steeped in designing eveningwear, how does this message translate over to a younger generation? To start, Mohapatra isn’t designing for the trend-obsessed; his clients look to him for longevity. So his message was subtle, found physically in the form of a honeycomb embroidery that decorated ballgown skirts and a playful organza blouse with rounded shoulders and drawstring ties; the same geometric shape was found on mosaic tiles adorning skirts and full-length dresses. They were both a metaphor for community — as bees work together to build a honeycomb — and being able to accomplish goals by working with others.
Elsewhere, the designer hoped to inspire confidence and courage through more youthful silhouettes and strong tailoring. A sexy black-and-white cutout dress with Japanese lace was clearly targeted at the body confident, as was a bright red top fashioned with dropped shoulders in a Japanese crepe. But the most youthful pieces

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Zac Posen Resort 2018

“The collection for resort is a continuation of what we know our costumer needs and wants for her lifestyle, and always adding new elements, keeping it exciting,” expressed Zac Posen at his presentation. As a result, the lineup included a wider range of separates than usual — with a focus on white shirting. But these were not your basic button-ups. Posen translated his signature crafty details quite effortlessly into the shirts as well as into dress versions. A beautiful white tiered cotton top, for example, featured a delicate organza trim while on the more editorial side of the spectrum he gave a classic button up, swirly organza sleeves.
Evening-wise, generously cut floral maxidresses featured off-the-shoulder voluminous sleeves while structured, architectural gowns conveyed the old Hollywood glamour for which Posen is so well-known.
“There are moments and places when you can have a message in fashion and there are moments when it’s just about making beautiful clothes that are going to make a woman feel great,” said Posen. With this collection, he achieved both.
 
 

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Warm Resort 2018

Winnie Beattie and Tracy Feith’s vision for Warm is steeped in the principles of down time — sun, surf, skate, relax — ideas that jibe with the old school concept of resort. They wanted this collection to reflect traditional, big occasion travel, but instead of leaning into the beachy thing they’re known for, they cleaned up and made the clothes more formal. “I feel like there’s nothing particularly boho about this collection,” Beattie said.
Everything is relative. The lineup was still stocked with big mixed floral prints, loose fits, cotton voiles and airy silks, but Beattie and Feith kept the color scheme fresh and sporty — red, blue, white, yellow — and used fabrics with a little more weight and structure. A breezy printed chiffon blouse was worn with matching pants that felt like a pajama/track suit hybrid. Crisp cottons came in a crafty but spare wallpaper print and techno silks were cut in roomy tops, basketball shorts and dresses in a spiffy graphic print. Even more sporty were stylized sweats done in navy, white and red in a nod to the Tommy Hilfiger and Nautica frenzy of the Nineties that’s having a comeback with the cool skate/surf kids.

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Missoni Resort 2018

Missoni is trying to find a new balance. While the brand is working to lighten up its daywear, new more sculpted constructions, including bustier dresses, were introduced in the pretty evening offering for resort.
While the word “rigor” might sound inappropriate when associated to the label, Angela Missoni this season explored sharper silhouettes, both worked in the brand’s signature knits and in a range of different materials. These included the textured silk of a chic jumpsuit, as well as soft suede crafted for a belted romper infused with a safari-inspired mood.
That said, the brand did not dismiss its signature upscale knit skills. There were beautiful sweaters, tops and dresses rendered in bright tones, as well as a covetable long T-shirt frock crafted by stitching together different fabric samples.
Fringes, plissé details and soft colors were also combined in a range of very feminine options, including a pleated dress with a shawl-like detail that introduced a more delicate vibe into the brand’s offering.

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The Gucci Resort Renaissance

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Alice McCall Resort 2018

Australia-based Alice McCall softened things up for resort, showing a girlier side of her usually more edgy lineup. “There’s that whole Marie Antoinette mood going on with Parisian pastels — apricot, shell, ocean blue, rose — and that phrase neo-rococo, which we keep saying to each other in the atelier,” the designer explained on her show notes. “But then there’s the Alice McCall twist.”
Fluid ruffled dresses in printed tulle, brocade separates and feathered jackets definitely gave the collection its newly found luxe vibe, but there were also more than enough laid-back bohemian off the shoulder tops, embroidered playsuits and easy wrap dresses to balance things out.
 
 

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Tomas Maier Resort 2018

After a quiet season or two, Tomas Maier rebooted his collection with a younger, tougher attitude, with some of the key elements derived from the Italian Futurism movement of the early 20th century. “It’s casual but designed,” said Maier, noting that many of the bomber jackets, trim skirts and poplin blouses had adjustable, transformative details, packing a lot of potential looks into one item. For example, a canvas bomber could be unzipped in the back to be worn off the shoulder; a skirt could be zipped to be worn tighter; poplin shirts had adjustable voluminous sleeves, and pants could be snapped off into shorts.
If it sounds tricked out, it wasn’t — Maier anchored the silhouettes in sporty classics done in dark colors with pops of graphic patterns, such as spikey camouflage, colorful stripes on knit dresses and lots of his signature palm tree print. More simple, and slyly sexy, were thickly knitted, long body-con dresses with cutouts on the sides. Furry clogs, palm tree printed bags and shoes and Maier’s jewelry, which is always a strong point in the collection, here done in bright enamel, added color, texture and a sense of playfulness to the lineup.
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Fendi Resort 2018

Fendi prefers ongoing narratives to short stories and long relationships rather than fleeting love affairs. This approach is demonstrated not only in the 52-year collaboration between the house and its creative director Karl Lagerfeld, but also in the label’s design approach.
Instead of constantly seeking for new, extravagant seasonal themes, lineup after lineup, Fendi prefers to build a solid fil rouge through its collections.
Lagerfeld picked up the sartorial mood of his fall collection and brought it back for resort in a charming new version. The men’s tailoring seen in the house’s fall runway show was refreshed and elaborated here through a flamboyant, pop attitude. A magnified chevron pattern was splashed on a feminine fluid silk dress softened by a plissé detail and maxi checks appeared on a printed wool coat with coordinated pants. These pieces were all worked in bold fuchsia tones – ‘wow’ effect guaranteed.
Neon touches also peppered the most feminine part of the collection, with orange flowers embroidered on the cream and blue botanical jacquard crafted into a flounce skirt and a bomber, revealing the graphic Fendi Roma logo on the ribbed knitted cuff.
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Dsquared2 Resort 2018

A chic safari? Or a Boy Scouts reunion? Whether their customer decides to take a trip to Africa or to opt for hiking, Dsquared2 designers Dean and Dan Caten have a resort wardrobe ready for any occasion.
 The Catens designed a versatile collection, where many elements converged. There were wild animal patterns, including the zebra motif of a feminine jacquard dress trimmed with leather. They were juxtaposed in the lineup to the series of Boy Scouts-inspired cotton staples, such as a cape with utilitarian pockets and a crewneck sweater, all embellished with colorful patches — a tribute to the outdoors tradition of the designers’ native Canada.
 To raise the level of metropolitan glamour, the Caten twins introduced a Fifties’ rock ’n’ roll theme which translated into Capri denim pants worn with cropped jackets and mini coats crafted from rich jacquard or a leather patchwork. They were embellished with maxi buttons, as well as studs.
 The leather beret cape, which topped most of the looks, was designed for cool urban bikers.

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Protagonist Resort 2018

Georgia Lazzaro’s resort collection had something for every season: a poplin chambray slipdress and powder blue silk moire jacket and shift for high summer; chunky merino sweaters in bright cobalt blue and kelly green for fall and winter; shimmery Lurex knits for holiday. And many pieces in the lineup could work year-round, including the range of poplin shirts, indigo denim and satin slips and skirts.
At the risk of defaulting to cliché, Protagonist is known for its elevated classics, but Lazzaro is doing a nice job evolving beyond that, injecting traditional tastefulness with the right amount of subtle fashion edge. One of the poplin shirts styles had a high ruffled collar. There were stirrup pants and new slipdress styles with longer, asymmetrical skirts, while a gingham checked group added offbeat graphic flavor.

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Christina Economou Resort 2018

Christina Economou’s resort collection was about complimentary counterpoints and a lot of pleats. She worked with a print designer to create a trompe l’oeil pleat print made up of earthy shades of gray, blush, stone and khaki on fluid silk pieces. Then she took the colors of the print and pulled them out into structured solids — white cotton shirts with interesting sleeve details; a green zip-front cotton dress with a short stiff pleated skirt; a sky blue shirtdress with pleated cuffs and utility patch pockets. The detailing gave a good novelty nudge to classic shirts and shirtdresses. The structure was new for Economou, who also worked with softer stuff such as silvery metallic pleated shirts, dresses and fluid pants.

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Moschino to Show Men’s Spring, Women’s Resort Collections in Los Angeles

MILAN – Moschino said on Wednesday that it will present its spring 2018 men’s collection in Los Angeles. During the runway show, which will take place on June 8 at Hollywood’s Milk Studios, Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott will also unveil the brand’s women’s resort 2018 collection.
Exclaimed Scott, about his decision to return to show in California: “As Los Angeles is where I live, to quote Dorothy: ‘There is no place like home!’”
Last June, the brand had already combined its men’s spring collection with the women’s resort range in a runway show as part of the Made LA lineup, which included a variety of runways shows, parties and events held at downtown Los Angeles’ L.A. Live event space.
Moschino men’s fall 2017 collection, along with the women’s pre-fall 2017 line, was unveiled at a show in Milan last January.
In April, Moschino and Scott hosted an event at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in collaboration with mobile game Candy Crush and streaming video platform Tidal, which live-streamed musical performances from the party, including appearances from Lil Uzi Vert and Lil Yachty.
The party was inspired by the Moschino Candy Crush collaboration on a capsule collection of summer festival items including a limited-edition backpack, for $ 650; an iPhone case,

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Veda Resort 2018

Several practical ideas guided Lyndsey Butler’s resort collection. First, as in her fall collection, she decided to bring Veda back to its leather jacket roots, so leather pieces — bikers, bombers, shearlings — formed the core of the lineup. Secondly, “we realized resort is a winter collection for us,” said Butler, who fleshed out the leather and shearling with chunky alpaca knits and some mannish tailoring. Lastly, she considers every new collection a reaction to the previous season. Fall was a “back to basics” statement, so Butler wanted resort to be “fun.” Almost all the knits — body-skimming dresses and pants — had Lurex sparkle. The leather jackets weren’t classics, but came in fun colors, such as burgundy and lilac, done in a metallic foil treatment or tie-dyed. A shiny black shearling had purple fur. The color and shine gave a glam rock vibe to the collection’s night-out downtown attitude.

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Escada Resort 2018

As fashion muses go, it’s hard to beat Isabella Rosellini, on whom the Escada design team based its resort collection. She’s beautiful, stylish, independent, philanthropic — and she has Swedish roots, just like Escada founder Margaretha Ley.
The majority of the collection was cut from classic silhouettes — cigarette pants, shift dresses, angora ski sweaters and slightly retro lightweight wool jackets, all designed in wrinkle-free, packable fabrics. While the company looks for a new creative director, it felt like the studio stayed in the safe zone with traditional shapes, but went bold with color — bright yellow, orange and pink. The tones perked up the looks, though they won’t be everyone’s cup of tea.
But not to worry — the resort collection was vast. Its breadth spanning beyond bright classics to include holiday fare, such as a nice metallic jacquard jacket, and sport, including puffer parkas that looked just as on-point as those from some of the trendier European luxury houses. There’s also a new lounge capsule collection of satin pajamalike robes and separates in blush and gray that acted as a major upgrade to ordinary sweats.
For the Escada Sport collection, it covered knits, denim, crisp white shirts and little black dresses done

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Bottega Veneta Resort 2018

Considerations about the weather and different consumer behavior were top of mind for Bottega Veneta creative director Tomas Maier in designing the brand’s cruise collection. “It’s totally changed now. Women like to see clothes in season — when it’s cold they want a coat — and they shop in a different way compared with the past. You see it on daily store results,” said Maier during a walk-through in Milan. “They have different priorities and time is luxury number one for everyone.”
As the months progress, from the early deliveries of the cruise season in October until the later ones in December, so does the weight and colors of clothes change from, say, a ribbed turtleneck sweater in lilac worn with a suede skirt suit in a contrasting rusty color, to lighter tech duchesse skirts or a studded poplin dress with a full circle skirt fit for the festive season, for parties and “going away,” Maier opined. “The darker and shorter the days, women want something uplifting, colorful and appealing, if nature can’t give it to them.”
To wit, Maier opted for unusual combinations and variations of colors and “a bit of eccentricity,” he said, but also monochromatic designs, as in a

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Just Cavalli Resort 2018

For resort, the Just Cavalli creative team portrayed young women living a rock ‘n’ roll romance. The house’s signature codes — baroque details, wild animal patterns, floral motifs — were all incorporated in an eye-catching wardrobe that definitely targeted girls who want to have fun. There were some day options, such as a two-tone cape evoking marine-like atmospheres, as well as sweatshirts with embroideries and micro studs. But frisky, evening attire was at the core of the lineup. Skin-tight vinyl pants were matched with a silk bomber, chiffon minidresses were trimmed with lace and featured lace-up details, while micro metallic embellishments punctuated the leather jackets. A military appeal emerged in the rounded buttons decorating high-waist denim pants and a white brocade suit featuring short pants. Once again, the brand’s creative team managed to deliver a coherent collection rooted in the Just Cavalli heritage yet appealing for the new generation of party lovers.

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Flagpole Resort 2018

Flagpole’s resort 2018 collection made a case that signature swimsuits in an updated colorway, paired with stunning visuals, make for a fresh collection. From designers Jaime Barker and Megan Balch, the line features figure-flattering swimwear with pristine tailoring. For their new collection, the seasoned designers created an array of swimwear and beach ready-to-wear in a fall-inspired palette of muted and soft maroons and blues. Shot at La Muralla Roja in Alicante, Spain, the location perfectly embodied the spirit and palette of the collection. The new hues were introduced to their signature color-blocked design on both classic and new styles. Standout shapes include a backless one-piece, underwire one-piece and a cropped rash-guard with inside shelf bra. The girls also brought back the front tie style and applied it to a strapless one-piece. Rtw that successfully translates from beach to street includes chic maroon, side-slit palazzo pants; quick-dry trouser boardshorts, and an array of cover-up-esque skirts and knit tops.

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Etro Resort 2018

In keeping with its signature folk-chic attitude, Etro celebrated the flamboyant, vibrant aesthetic of the African continent for resort.
Images of monkeys, leopards and luscious flowers, as well as tribal graphic patterns, mixed and matched with the brand’s signature paisley, were juxtaposed in a joyful patchwork explosion. Veronica Etro balanced the abundance of patterns, all rendered through the most exquisite artisanal techniques, with the chic, linear silhouettes of fluid silk cabans, roomy pants, as well as foulard-inspired feminine dresses. While she avoided taking the inspiration too literally, the designer trimmed the necklines of frocks and coats with sweet crochet details recalling African beaded decorations. These were also echoed in the embellishments of a Lurex and chiffon maxidress featuring a jacquard motif reminiscent of the graphics of the Art Nouveau movement. Infused with a highly sophisticated appeal, this collection offered a rich, new take on Etro’s iconic hyper-decorative attitude.

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Cruise Control: Chanel to Remain in Paris for Resort Show

FRENCH LESSONS: He’ll always have Paris — even during cruise season. Karl Lagerfeld is to parade his next cruise collection for Chanel in the French capital, reaffirming his attachment to the city and its importance for fashion, WWD has learned.
Chanel confirmed May 3 as the date of the show, but has yet to disclose the venue or other details.
Lagerfeld and Chanel recently privatized the Ritz Paris and staged three shows for the Métiers d’Art collection, a pre-fall range of ready-to-wear embellished by the specialty couture ateliers that Chanel owns. He dubbed it “Paris Cosmopolite” to evoke a time when elegant women from the world over converged on the mythic Place Vendôme hotel, established in 1898.
The Rue Cambon house has been a pioneer in staging itinerant shows and has taken its cruise collection as far afield as Seoul and Havana and its Métiers d’Art collection to Dallas, Edinburgh and Salzburg. Lagerfeld typically uses each destination to exalt a facet of the house’s lore — or to invent a new chapter.
But Paris remains a key font of inspiration for Lagerfeld, whose Métiers d’Art effort for Chanel in December 2015 was themed “Paris in Rome.” Staged at Cinecittà film studio No. 5, it boasted a

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Zero + Maria Cornejo RTW Resort 2017

“This season I took a trip to New Orleans and was inspired by the mix of cultures, nature, architecture, music and history there,” Maria Cornejo said. “It’s an incredibly rich and diverse city and this collection is our love note to NOLA.”

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Jason Wu Resort 2017

“I looked at a lot of mixed culture, almost folkloric references that became the basis for the print mixing concept of the season,” Jason Wu said. “I explored new ways to reimagine my design codes, resulting in bias cut dresses that combined different laces together and raw cut chiffon trims that brought a sense of fragility and deconstruction to classic materials.”

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Paco Rabanne Resort 2017

Nineties youth was the starting point for Paco Rabanne resort, nodding specifically to Mathieu Kassovitz’s cult French movie “La Haine,” based on disillusioned kids living in the Paris suburbs. Not that the mood of the line — with its signature combination of sporty, sharp lines and a bright, sci-fi-scented palette hooked on graphic mixes of red, silver and white — was downbeat.
Cue black, blue and silver jumpsuits cut from technical cotton, nylon and satin; graphic minis with supersized drawstring hoodies gathering at the front to form a soft collar effect, and uniform-inspired looks pairing vinyl tops and apron skirts with oversized pleats and strap accents, say.
Merch-friendly nods to the house’s Space Age roots included techy silver anoraks and minis in snakeskin-print metal mesh or laser-cut jersey. Second-skin black jersey knits sported patches embroidered with the logo of a head with a rainbow brain — a badge, perhaps, for this urban, cool-kid tribe?
In this fresh, sporty lineup, Julien Dossena also continued to push his athletic innerwear theme via bra tops in bathing suit-like black technical jersey joined by silver rings and leggings with thick elastic Paco Rabanne-emblazoned underwear bands — another wink to the bygone decade.
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Drome Resort 2017

Warmer months present a challenge for Marianna Rosati of leather-driven Drome, known for its sleek silhouettes and shearling outerwear. She rose to the occasion by weaving improbably lightweight leather and suede throughout the chic collection, enhancing the weightlessness with perforations and laser-cut patterns.
Done in a quirky palette of soft yellow, blush and rust, many of Rosati’s silhouettes skewed Sixties. There were high-neck shift dresses and miniskirts, and several looks came adorned with Modish circular buttons. The sporty, tomboy appeal of motorcycle jackets and striped stretch leather pants tempered the girlishness of ruched, pleated and floral-printed leather tops and skirts. Also notable this season was the expansion of Drome’s knitwear, for example, an effortlessly polished long-sleeved body-con dress with cutout shoulders and rounded leather buttons.

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아쿠아 디 파르마 Blu Mediterraneo Italian Resort Smoothing Body Scrub 200ml/6.7oz

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La Quinta Resort & Club Golf Package in Orange County

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La Quinta Resort & Club, a Waldorf Astoria Resort, features 90 holes of some of the country’s best golf, including the famous Stadium Golf Course at PGA West and the picturesque Mountain Course at La Quinta Resort.Named as one of the World’s Best Golf Resorts by Travel & Leisure Magazine as well as one of “America’s Top 10 Winter Golf Resorts by Forbes Traveler Magazine, it’s no surprise that the Stadium Course at PGA West is host to several PGA Tour events such as the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, Diners Club Matches, PGA Grand Slam and The PGA Skins Game.Experience golf at its finest and take your shot on mastering these championship courses!
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아쿠아 디 파르마 Blu Mediterraneo Italian Resort Toning Body Oil 100ml/3.4oz

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Peter Grimm Womens Tavin Resort Hat

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Woven straw. Outback shape. 3 1/4″ brim. Outback crown. Wire-embedded brim. Leather cord hat band. One size. Vendor Style: PGR1402-PNK-O. This classic straw hat is from Peter Grimms Resort Collection and is made of woven straw in a casual outback style. Its brim is reinforced with wire for stability and can be shaped for a customized look. Peter Grimm began crafting hats in 1989 on the beaches of Southern California so he knows a thing or two about stylish beach accessories!
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Resort 2016 Trend: Wild Animal Prints

Call it the circle of life. Trend-driven products with a sense of familiarity are not always a bad thing. For resort, designers turned to an array of common, wild animal prints — namely leopard, jaguar and zebra — reworking them into chic, wearable separates.

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Resort 2016 Accessories Trend: 3-D Floral Embellishment

Resort proved a veritable garden of botanical delights, with three-dimensional floral embellishments sweetly adorning bags, shoes and bracelets. Sculptural yet small in scale, this fresh take on the floral trend felt decidedly demure.

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Basta Surf Teams With Photographer Gray Malin on Resort Collection

SURF’S UP: Basta Surf will soon tout wearable art for an upcoming resort collection.
The swimwear company is set to deliver in November a collection in collaboration with photographer Gray Malin, known for his images of dreamy beach scenes. The collection fuses prints used from Malin’s photographs onto Basta Surf swimwear.
Malin and Basta Surf founders Emily Ford and Samantha August pored over Malin’s image collection and ultimately narrowed it down to prints that were blown up to create patterns for the collection. One was shot in Australia overlooking the beach on New Year’s Day and captured a giant wave rolling through. The other print was shot in Lisbon and captures beachgoers, picking up the bright colors from the clothing and umbrellas dotting the landscape.
“One really celebrates the water and one really celebrates the beach,” Malin said.
The collection, in which everything is reversible, consists of nine pieces. A one-piece swimsuit will retail for $ 218, two-pieces for $ 235 and a halter jumper with neon tassels is $ 398.
The line will be carried in Barney’s, Shopbop and Neiman Marcus, among other retailers.
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Wyndhamvr Kona Hawaiian Resort, Kailua Kona,HI

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Hotel Features: This resort is dotted with two-floor bungalow suites, all with private lanais, ceiling fans, high-speed internet access, cable TVs and full kitchens plus living and dining areas separate from the sleeping quarters. Smoking is permitted only in designated areas of the resort. Walking paths wend through flower gardens and tropical vegetation to either of two outdoor pools and hot tubs plus a fitness center. Children’s activities are offered. Parking is free.
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Resort 2016 Trend: Lightweight Suits

Suits once implied a lean, ladylike skirt and a crisp jacket — that now-vintage look of the Ladies Who Lunch. But the concept has evolved considerably to include walking shorts or legginglike pants and culottes matched with blazers, cropped jackets and even vests. For the resort season, anything goes. Adding to the freshness: plenty of surface interest courtesy of lightweight pinstripes, seersucker and blurred plaids.

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La Quinta Resort & Club Golf Package in Inland Empire

La Quinta Resort & Club Golf Package in Inland Empire


La Quinta Resort & Club, a Waldorf Astoria Resort, features 90 holes of some of the country’s best golf, including the famous Stadium Golf Course at PGA West and the picturesque Mountain Course at La Quinta Resort.Named as one of the World’s Best Golf Resorts by Travel & Leisure Magazine as well as one of America’s Top 10 Winter Golf Resorts by Forbes Traveler Magazine, it’s no surprise that the Stadium Course at PGA West is host to several PGA Tour events such as the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, Diners Club Matches, PGA Grand Slam and The PGA Skins Game.Indulge in a round of golf at it’s finest and take your shot at mastering these championship courses!
List Price: $ 568.00
Price: $ 568.00

Resort 2016 Trend: Frayed Edges

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Lake Buena Vista Resort Village And Spa, Orlando,FL

Lake Buena Vista Resort Village And Spa, Orlando,FL


Hotel Features: The resort has 476 one-bedroom to four-bedroom units in eight- and 15-floor buildings. Relax on the sofa bed in the living area and watch premium cable on the large plasma TV, or step onto the balcony for views of the surrounding area. Channel your inner Iron Chef in the gourmet kitchen, with granite countertops, oven, four-burner stovetop, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, tableware and cookware. Take a soothing bath in the jetted tub. Units also come with desks, washers and dryers. Wi-Fi is free. Wait ’til the kids see the Pirates Plunge zero-entry pool, featuring a shipwreck with shooting water cannons, water slide, waterfalls, and hot tubs. Take in a little sun from a lounge chair or hammock, or nibble light fare and sip an icy cocktail from the poolside luau bar. The resort also has an Irish pub and grill, pizza cafe, kids club, fitness center, gift shop, parking (included in resort fee), and factory outlet mall with 50 stores.
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10 of the Prettiest Dresses From Oscar de la Renta Resort 2016

Oscar de la Renta presented its resort 2016 collection yesterday and—spoiler alert—it was filled with breathtaking dresses and gowns, all done in jewel-box brights. When Peter Copping presented his first collection for the label in February, it was received as a very good sign of things to come for the house, under new design direction since de la Renta passed away in the fall. This latest roundup proves that the label’s signature sophistication and joie de vivre, beautifully maintained by Copping, is still being embraced and celebrated.

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Wyndhamvr Ocean Walk Resort, Daytona Beach,FL

Wyndhamvr Ocean Walk Resort, Daytona Beach,FL


Hotel Features: This 19-story vacation rental-style hotel has 180 units and interior corridors. Guests can choose among one-, two- or three-bedroom suites for their vacationing pleasure. You can whip up a culinary masterpiece in the full kitchen with stovetop, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, cookware and tableware. Rooms include washers, dryers, DVD players and jetted tubs. Salivate your way to the on-site restaurant for yummy grub. When it’s time to get wet, you can dive right into any of the two indoor pools or three outdoor pools. Brave the monster waterslide or just bob along the 250-foot lazy river. Guests looking for fun can lose themselves in a 5,000-square-foot activity center. You can crunch your abs in the fitness center or crunch some numbers in the business center. Parking is free.
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10 Must-See Pictures From Louis Vuitton’s Resort Show in Palm Springs

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The desert outside of Los Angeles got a whole lot chicer last night when Louis Vuitton descended on the legendary Bob Hope estate in Palm Springs to show its resort 2016 collection. The evening was rife with major fashion moments that happened on the runway, plus celebrity spottings and a carnival-themed after-party.

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Tough met soft in a powerful way thanks to cut-at-the-waist leather jackets styled with flowing maxiskirts.

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The style world’s collective obsession with sneakers doesn’t appear to be going anywhere—which, awesome! Another thing about this look? The print is crafted all of sequins.

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Itsy-bitsy shorts, seen here in leather, made models’ legs look a mile long.

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The folksy feel that permeated the location popped up on the runway too, in ground-sweeping, high-neck gowns that felt like a high-fashion Little House on the Prairie moment.

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It’s worth putting money on the fact that this beauty will be coming to a red carpet sometime soon. A figure-hugging silhouette and a raised croc print begging to be touched are too good not to be shown off.


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There were branded bumper cars at the afterparty.

And classic arcade games, including a claw machine that offered up prizes way (WAY) better than anything in the history of arcades.


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The most amazing celebrity sighting involved Miranda Kerr and Selena Gomez. We’ll credit this cozy snap to the power of fashion.


With the Louis Vuitton Don himself, Kanye West. #lvcruise #lvpalmsprings – @janekeltnerdev

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Not to mention, Kanye West. Here he is with Glamour‘s Jane Keltner de Valle.

Look back on the truly cool things from the label’s fall 2015 show in Paris.





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The Westin Maui Resort & Spa, Lahaina,HI

The Westin Maui Resort & Spa, Lahaina,HI


Hotel Features: The 11-story Westin sits on 13 acres facing Ka’anapali Beach. Almost everything here takes advantage of the views, from the four restaurants and bars to the full-service spa with its 16 treatment rooms. You have your choice of five outdoor pools, including one with plummeting waterfalls and another with a huge water slide that spirals through tropical greenery. (A quiet pool is reserved for grown-ups.) The 759 non-smoking rooms have lovely details like hand-carved wooden furnishings, plush fabrics draped across the beds and high-end health and beauty products in the bathrooms. Flat-panel TVs are a modern touch, as is the free Wi-Fi connection. As you relax on your private balcony, enjoy a cup of coffee from your own coffeemaker.
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ZOETRY AGUA RESORT & SPA – JUNIOR SUITE GARDEN VIEW (DOBLE)-

ZOETRY AGUA RESORT & SPA – JUNIOR SUITE GARDEN VIEW (DOBLE)-


Property Description: One of the Caribbean�s most exclusive resorts, Agua Resort and Spa has elevated the art of personal service to new levels. Its 18 villas create 53 suites that blend the warmth of history with the ultimate in comfort and convenience, and its service is unparalleled. Traditional Caribbean architecture embraces the use of natural stone, local hardwoods and cane thatched roofs exuding a contemporary design and elegant sophistication. Spa facilities include an indoor water circuit featuring mosaic-tiled Finnish steam rooms and saunas, large pool with Jacuzzi, cervical waterfall, bubble inox beds, sensations shower and ice fountain. For recreation, guests can plunge into a myriad of water sports and activities such as SCUBA diving, snorkeling, water skiing, wind surfing, kayaking and fishing. On land, guests can serve it up on the resort�s tennis court integrated into the garden or enjoy world-class golf, located just minutes away.
Availables: 24 hours Front Desk, Aerobics Instructor, Air Conditioning, Airline/Travel Desk, Bar: Alcoholic drinks, Bar: Light Snack, Bar: Soft drinks, Breakfast: Full, Business Center, Coffee/ Tea, Conference Rooms, Currency Exchang
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POLLENTIA CLUB RESORT

POLLENTIA CLUB RESORT


Resort en la hermosa Bahía de Pollensa. Este hotel está situado en el norte de la isla de Mallorca, en la hermosa bahía de Pollensa, en el corazón del Parque Natural de la Albufereta. El Pollentia Club Resort está formado por dos recintos de edificios, el Pollentia Maris y el Pollentia Village, construidos utilizando piedra arenisca de la zona y respetando el medio ambiente. Todas las habitaciones cuentan con terraza y están dotadas de todas las comodidades. El Pollentia Club Resort dispone de un sinfín de servicio que completa su magnífica oferta: restaurantes, un completísimo centro de salud con saunas y baño turco, tres grandes piscinas, una discoteca, un baby club pensado para los más pequeños, un hobby club donde poder practicar ciclismo, golf, tenis, windsurf o buceo, zona de aparcamiento gratuita. Un innovador complejo situado en un entorno único ideal para pasar una estancia tranquila combinando actividades y programas relacionados con el deporte y la salud.
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$139 for a 1-Night Muskoka Stay with Breakfast in Bed and Late Checkout at Northridge Inn & Resort ($248 Value)

City: Toronto
Start Date: July 21, 2014
End Date: July 28, 2014
Value: $ 248
Price: $ 139
Purchases: 9
Purchases required: 1

Highlights:

  • Choose to stay for 1 or 2 nights at this amazing Muskoka resort.
  • Option available for two amazing 3-course dinners served in the resort’s dining room.
  • Northridge Inn & Resort was named by Toronto Life Magazine as one of the Top 10 Inn/Resorts in Ontario and by TripAdvisor as one of the Top 25 Small Hotels in Canada.
  • Charming lakefront resort property, situated on Lake Bernard with beautiful nature scenery.
  • In-ground pool, pool side lounge/bar, and an outdoor hot tub overlooking the lake.
  • Tennis, kayaks, canoes, mountain bikes, and more on site.
  • The perfect place to rest, relax, and become one with nature.
  • 4.5/5 Traveler Review Rating on TripAdvisor.

Buy Details:

  • Includes a choice of:
    1. $ 139 for a 1-Night Stay for 2 people on Sunday-Thursday.
    2. $ 209 for a 2-Night Stay for 2 people on Sunday-Thursday until August 31 and 7 days a week in September.
    3. $ 369 for a 2-Night Stay for 2 people on Sunday-Thursday until August 31 and 7 days a week in September, plus cooked-to-order breakfast at the dining table, a snack basket, 3 Course Dinner for both days and a half litre of wine on the night of arrival.
    4. 13% tax not included.
  • All Options Include: daily specialty breakfast basket (except option 3), free canoe and kayak rentals, free in-room movies. and 1pm late checkout (subject to availability).
  • Reservations required and subject to availability, please call (705) 384-2252 or info@northridgeinn.com for bookings. 24 hour cancellation policy or voucher is void. May begin booking one hour after purchase.
  • Blackout Dates: Aug. 1-3 and Sept. 27.
  • Rates are based on double occupancy of 2 adults in a room with 2 Queen beds. Maximum 4 people per room.
  • For options 1 and 2, a $ 20 surcharge per night for children 6 years and older (or a $ 40 surcharge per night to include breakfast).
  • For option 3, there is an additional $ 65 surcharge per night for children 12 years and younger and an additional $ 95 per night for guests 12 years and older; surcharges include accommodations, breakfast and dinner.
  • Valid to book and travel until Sept. 30, 2014.
  • Refund Policy: within 14 days of purchase only. No refunds if room has been booked with hotel.
  • Unlimited per person and unlimited as gifts.
  • TeamBuy TICO # 50019980.

Description:

Northride Inn & Resort:

  • $ 139 for a 1-Night Stay for 2 with Specialty Breakfast Basket in Bed and 1pm Late Checkout ($ 248 Value)
  • $ 209 for a 2-Night Stay for 2 with Specialty Breakfast Basket in Bed on both days and 1pm Late Checkout ($ 478 Value)
  • 369 for a 2-Night Stay for 2 with Specialty Breakfast Basket in Bed on both days, 3-Course Dinners on both days, and 1pm Late Checkout ($ 735 Value)
  • 13% tax not included.

Hotel Info

Late checkout at 1pm (subject to availability).
Parking is included.
No pets allowed.

Room Amenities

Features views of the lake, Wood-burning fireplace, Satellite TV with free in-room movies,
Hypo allergenic goose-down duvets, coffee maker and fridge.

Dining Onsite

In-room breakfast basket.
Dinner available at the resort’s restaurant.

Activities and Recreation

Complimentary use of Kayaks, paddle boats, mountain bikes, canoes, Guided fishing or boat rentals available, Onsite tennis, volleyball & shuffleboard, plus hiking trails, horseback riding, and 4 golf courses nearby.
Inground pool, outdoor sauna, and hot tub.

Expires: September 30, 2014
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Merchant: Northridge Inn & Resort
Merchant Link: http://www.northridgeinn.com/

Merchant address: 712 Bernard Lake Road Sundridge ON P0A 1Z0
Merchant phone: (705) 384-2252


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$79 and Up for a 1 or 2 Night Stay at Dundee Resort and Golf Club in Cape Breton – Weekends Available (Up to $298 Value)

City: Toronto
Start Date: July 22, 2014
End Date: July 28, 2014
Value: $ 129
Price: $ 79
Purchases: 3
Purchases required: 1

Highlights:

  • Escape to beautiful Cape Breton for 1 or 2 nights this summer.
  • There is an 18-hole championship golf course onsite for any golf enthusiasts.
  • Check out the Lakeside Adventure Centre for renting paddleboats, kayaks, canoes, or take a jump on the water trampoline!
  • Makes a great romantic getaway or family vacation.
  • Options available to travel 7 days a week!

Buy Details:

  • Includes a choice of:
    • $ 79 for a 1-Night Stay checking in on Sunday-Thursday.
    • $ 169 for a 2-Night Stay checking in on Friday or Saturday.
    • Taxes of 17% not included.
  • Reservations required and are subject to availability, please call 1-800-565-5660 for bookings. You may book one hour after purchase.
  • Blackout Dates: all long weekends.
  • Accommodations are for 2 people in a Standard Room with 1 King or 2 Queen beds.
  • Valid to book and travel until Oct. 20, 2014.
  • Refund policy: within 14 days of purchase only. No refund if room has already been booked with hotel.
  • Unlimited per person. Unlimited as gifts. You may combine vouchers for multiple night stays.
  • TeamBuy TICO # 50019980

Description:

Dundee Resort and Golf Club:

  • $ 79 for a 1-Night Stay checking in on Sunday-Thursday ($ 129 Value)
  • $ 169 for a 2-Night Stay checking in on Friday or Saturday ($ 298 Value)
  • Taxes of 17% not included.

Hotel Info:

Free parking available.
Children’s Program available.

Room Amenities:

Features 1 King or 2 Queen beds, coffee maker, hair dryer, and TV.
Most rooms have a balcony.

Dining Onsite

MacRae’s Dining Room.

Entertainment and Recreation

18-hole championship golf course onsite.
Lakeside Adventure Centre featurs paddleboats, kayaks, canoes, tennis, volleyball, beach swimming and water trampoline.
Expires: October 20, 2014
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Merchant: Dundee Resort and Golf Club
Merchant Link: http://capebretonresorts.com/our-resorts/dundee

Merchant address: 2750 West Bay Highway, RR#2 West Bay nova scotia B0E 3K0
Merchant phone: 1-800-565-5660


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$49 for a 2-Night Camping Getaway for 6 People at Vine Ridge RV & Camping Resort ($100 Value)

City: Toronto
Start Date: July 14, 2014
End Date: July 21, 2014
Value: $ 100
Price: $ 49
Purchases: 2
Purchases required: 1

Highlights:

  • Choose from two options to stay at the camping tent site or the full service RV site.
  • Take full advantage of the gorgeous Niagara Parkway with many activities available!
  • Kidz Klub program is offered onsite.
  • Great summer getaway for the whole family.

Buy Details:

  • Includes a choice of accommodations for 2 adults and up to 4 children:
    • $ 49 for a 2-Night Stay at the Camping Tent Site.
    • $ 59 for a 2-Night Stay at the Full Service RV Site on Sunday-Thursday only.
    • Taxes of 13% not included.
  • Reservations required and are subject to availability, please call 1.877.814.4141 for bookings. 72 hour cancellation policy or voucher is voided. You may book one hour after purchase.
  • Additional adults are $ 5 per night per person. Maximum 4 adults per voucher total; maximum 6 people including children.
  • Valid to book and travel until Oct. 8, 2014.
  • Refund policy: within 14 days of purchase only. No refund if room has already been booked with hotel.
  • Max 2 per person. Max 2 as gifts.
  • TeamBuy TICO # 50019980

Description:

Vine Ridge RV & Camping Resort:

  • $ 49 for 2 Nights on the Camping Tent Site for 6 People ($ 100 Value)
  • $ 59 for 2 Nights on the Full Service RV Site on Sunday-Thursday only for 6 People ($ 103 Value)
  • Taxes of 13% not included.

Resort Info:

Kidz Klub program, wine tours right from the resort, bike rentals and rollerblade rentals available.
Parking for one vehicle included.
Free Wi-Fi onsite.
1 Acre Pool with Splash Zone.

Room Amenities:

Choose to stay either on the camp ground or RV site (tents and RVs not included).

Dining Onsite

Convenience Store & Snack Bar onsite.

Expires: October 08, 2014
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Merchant: Vine Ridge RV & Camping Resort
Merchant Link: http://www.vineridgervresort.com/

Merchant address: Line 8 @ Niagara Parkway Queenston ontario L0S 1L0
Merchant phone: 1-877-814-4141


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$419 for 3-Night Sandbanks Region Cottage Stay for 6 People at Cherry Beach Resort – 7 Days a Week ($969 Value)

City: Toronto
Start Date: July 07, 2014
End Date: July 14, 2014
Value: $ 969
Price: $ 419
Purchases: 2
Purchases required: 1

Highlights:

  • Get an amazing 3-night getaway package until Oct. 18th!
  • Cherry Beach Resort is located in the beautiful Prince Edward County on the shores of East Lake.
  • Perfect cottage country escape just 2.5 hours from Toronto.
  • Visit the Sandbanks Provincial Park and see the sights of the world’s largest sand bar and dune system!
  • Stay in a spacious cottage, with a fully-equipped kitchen, living room, free Wi-Fi, comfy beds for 6, and a spacious deck.

Buy Details:

  • Includes 3-Night Stay for 2 Adults and 4 Children in a Private Cottage (Waterfront subject to availability), with a $ 50 voucher towards Fishing Boat Rental, Parking, and Free use of Paddle boats, Canoes and Kayaks.
  • Tax of 13% not included.
  • Reservations required and subject to availability, please call 1.877.814.4141. Must be 25 years of age to make reservations. 72 hour cancellation policy or voucher is voided.
  • You may book one hour after purchase. Booking is recommended within 24 hours of voucher purchase to ensure availability.
  • Blackout Dates: July 18 to August 18.
  • Valid to book and travel until Oct. 8, 2014.
  • Refund Policy: within 14 days of purchase only. No refunds if room has been booked with hotel.
  • Max 2 per person. Unlimited as gifts. Cannot combine vouchers.
  • TeamBuy TICO # 50019980.

Description:

Cherry Beach Resort:

  • $ 419 for a 3-Night Stay for 2 Adults and 4 Children in a Private Cottage ($ 969 Value)
  • Tax of 13% not included.

Hotel Info

Parking is included for one vehicle; an additional vehicle may be added for $ 10 per day.
Up to 2 additional adults are $ 40 each; maximum 4 adults/6 people total per cottage.
Pet-friendly cottages are available for $ 75 per stay, please inquire when booking.

Room Amenities

All accommodations have a fridge, stove, microwave, coffee maker and toaster as well as a TV and DVD player.
All dishes and utensils are provided as well as pillows and blankets.

Dining Onsite

Cafe available onsite.

Activities and Recreation

Fishing, Boat rentals, Kid’s club, Playground, Swimming pool, and more.
Expires: October 08, 2014
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Merchant: Cherry Beach Resort
Merchant Link: http://www.cherrybeachresort.com/

Merchant address: 486 County Road 18 Cherry Valley ontario K0K 1P0
Merchant phone: 1.877.814.4141


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$299 for 2 Nights in a Private Cottage for 6 People with $50 Boat Rental Voucher at Woodland Estate Resort ($609 Value)

City: Toronto
Start Date: July 07, 2014
End Date: July 14, 2014
Value: $ 609
Price: $ 299
Purchases: 0
Purchases required: 1

Highlights:

  • A short drive away from the GTA, Ottawa, Oshawa, Kingston, Peterborough and other neighbouring towns.
  • Private cottage will give you ample privacy and spacious accommodations for 6 people.
  • Your property features a fridge, stove, microwave, toaster, television and DVD player as well as dishes, utensils, pillows and blankets.
  • The Lake Seymour area is full of excellent fishing spots.
  • Relax in the outdoor heated saltwater pool.
  • Numerous playground areas to keep kids occupied.
  • Use the resort’s kayaks, canoes and paddle boats for free.

Buy Details:

  • Includes a choice of:
  • $ 299 for a 2-Night Stay valid in July only – Mon, Wed, Fri or Sat check-in.
  • $ 419 for a 3-Night Stay (Friday check-in) OR 4-Night Stay (Monday check-in) valid until Oct. 8.
  • Tax of 13% and gratuities not included.
  • Both Options Include: Accommodations for 2 Adults and 4 Children in a Private Cottage, $ 50 voucher towards a 9.9HP fishing boat rental for a day, and Free use of Paddle boats, Canoes and Kayaks.
  • Reservations required and subject to availability, please call 1.877.814.4141 for bookings. 72-hour cancellation policy or voucher is void. You may call in to book one hour after purchasing.
  • Only valid for check-in on dates specified per option.
  • Must be 25 years or older to make reservations. Booking is recommended within 24 hours of voucher purchase to ensure availability.
  • Blackout Dates: Aug. 1, 17, 29 check-in.
  • Advanced reservations required for fishing boat.
  • Valid to book and travel until Oct. 8, 2014.
  • Refund Policy: within 14 days of purchase only. No refunds if room has been booked with hotel.
  • Max 2 buys per person and unlimited as gifts. May combine up to 2 vouchers for a 2-night stay checking in on Monday only.
  • TeamBuy TICO # 50019980.

Description:

Woodland Estate Resort:

  • $ 299 for a 2-Night Stay valid in July only – Mon, Wed, Fri or Sat check-in ($ 609 Value)
  • $ 419 for a 3-Night Stay (Friday check-in) OR 4-Night Stay (Monday check-in) valid until Oct. 8 ($ 969 Value)
  • Tax of 13% and gratuities not included.

Hotel Info

Check-in at 3pm; check-out at 11am.
Parking for one car included, one additional vehicle may be added for $ 10 per day.
Maximum 4 adults (6 people including children) per cottage.
Additional adults may stay for $ 25 extra (for the 2 night option) and $ 40 extra (for the 3 and 4 night options).
Pets allowed with advance notice, for a $ 75 fee.

Room Amenities

All cottages have a fridge, stove, microwave, coffee maker and toaster as well as a TV and DVD player.
All dishes and utensils are provided as well as pillows and blankets.

Dining Onsite

Cook your own meals in the fully equipped kitchen!

Activities and Recreation

Sand volleyball court, Heated saltwater pool, Children’s Playground, Aquatic Sports Centre with canoes, kayaks and paddle boats.
Receive a $ 50 voucher towards 9.9HP fishing boat rental for a day.

Expires: October 08, 2014
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Merchant: Woodland Estate Resort
Merchant Link: http://j.mp/woodlandestateresort

Merchant address: 171 Woodland Estate Road Cambellford ontario K0L 1L0
Merchant phone: 1.877.814.4141


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$69 for a 1-Night Gananoque Getaway for 2 with Parking and Breakfast at the Colonial Resort and Spa ($135 Value)

City: Toronto
Start Date: June 23, 2014
End Date: June 30, 2014
Value: $ 135
Price: $ 69
Purchases: 3
Purchases required: 1

Highlights:

  • This 3-star hotel has earned an average rating of 7.4/10 by Booking.com users.
  • Stay for 1 night in the 1000 Islands area of Gananoque, with an optional cruise add-on available!
  • 10 acres of beautiful land surround the resort.
  • Take a dip in the outdoor pool, or head inside to the indoor pool, jacuzzi, steam room, and sauna.
  • Partake in a variety of fun activities nearby, including golfing, kayaking, hiking, fishing, boat tours and boat cruises.
  • Relax and refresh yourself with a spa treatment at the on-site Sensations Spa.

Buy Details:

  • Includes a choice of:
    1. $ 69 for a 1-night stay for 2 people.
    2. $ 129 for a 1-night stay for 2 people with 2 Adult Tickets to a 2.5 hours 1000 Island Cruise.
    3. Tax of 16% is not included.
  • Both options are in a standard double bed room and include complimentary breakfast, free Wi-Fi and free parking.
  • Valid for check-in Sunday through Friday only.
  • By reservation only, please call 1.800.267.9497. Rooms are subject to availability. You may call in to book one hour after purchase. 48-hour cancellation policy or voucher is voided.
  • Blackout Dates: June 28, 29; Aug. 1, 2, 3, 29, 30, 31.
  • 1000 Islands Cruise tickets are for Gananoque Boat Line Cruise. Additional adult or child passes can be purchased at the resort.
  • Cannot be used towards existing bookings.
  • Must present voucher upon check-in. $ 10 charge per additional adult (13 and up) beyond 2 per room. Children under 12 stay for free.
  • Valid to book and travel until Aug. 28, 2014.
  • Refund Policy: within 14 days of purchase only. No refunds if room has been booked with resort.
  • Unlimited buys and gifts.
  • TeamBuy TICO # 50019980.

Description:

Colonial Resort and Spa:

  • $ 69 for a 1-night stay for 2 people ($ 135 Value)
  • $ 129 for a 1-night stay for 2 people with 2 Adult Tickets to a 2.5 hours 1000 Island Cruise ($ 210 Value)
  • Tax of 16% is not included.

Hotel Info

Check-in at 3pm; check-out at 11am.
Free parking included.
Pets allowed for $ 15 per night.

Room Amenities

Standard double room includes a Refrigerator, Coffee/tea maker, Cable TV, free Wi-Fi, and Rollaway/extra beds available.
Cable TV service

Dining Onsite

“Onsite restaurant is available for group meals only.
Two bars available to all patrons.
Continental breakfast is included.

Spas and Recreation

Hotel features an indoor pool, a seasonal outdoor pool, sauna, steam room, and a spa tub.
Sensations Spa onsite offers manicures/pedicures, aromatherapy, massages, facials, and more.

Expires: August 28, 2014
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Merchant: Colonial Resort and Spa
Merchant Link: http://www.1000islandtours.com/

Merchant address: 780 King Street West Gananoque ON K7G 2H5
Merchant phone: 1.800.267.9497


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$279 for a 2-Night Muskoka Getaway with Hot Breakfast at the Windermere House Resort (Up to $520 Value)

City: Toronto
Start Date: June 09, 2014
End Date: June 16, 2014
Value: $ 460
Price: $ 279
Purchases: 0
Purchases required: 1

Highlights:

  • The Windermere House Resort has a 4/5 Traveler Review Rating on TripAdvisor.
  • National Geographic magazine has named Muskoka as one of their “Best of The World” and a must-see in 2012.
  • Safe sandy beach on Lake Rosseau and heated outdoor pool for your enjoyment.
  • Discover more than 50 leisure pursuits, from golfing to tennis to steamship tours and unsurpassed recreation delights.
  • The perfect place to rest, relax, and become one with nature.

Buy Details:

  • Includes a choice of accommodations for 2 Nights in a Gardenview Room, Sunday to Thursday only, for 2 people with a full hot breakfast.
    • $ 279 to stay from June 9 to 29 or Sept. 1 to Oct. 9.
    • $ 299 to stay from June 30 to Aug. 31.
    • Tax of 13% and 7% service charge not included.
  • Reservations required and subject to availability, please call 1.888.946.3376. 48-hour cancellation policy or voucher is void. You may call in to book one hour after purchasing.
  • Valid to book and travel until Oct. 9, 2014.
  • Refund Policy: within 14 days of purchase only. No refunds if room has been booked with hotel.
  • Unlimited buys and gifts. May combine vouchers for an extended stay.
  • Teambuy TICO # 50019980.

Description:

Windermere House Resort:

  • $ 279 for a 2-Night Stay from June 9 to 29 or Sept. 1 to Oct. 9 ($ 460 Value)
  • $ 299 for a 2-Night Stay from June 30 to Aug. 31 ($ 520 Value)
  • Tax of 13% and 7% service charge not included.

Hotel Info

Check-in at 4pm; check-out at 11am.
Free parking is available.
24-hour front desk.

Room Amenities

Gardenview Room features Premium bedding, Air conditioning, Refrigerator, Satellite TV service, and Free Wi-Fi.

Dining Onsite

Receive a full hot breakfast for 2 each morning.
4 onsite restaurants, including a bar, grill, pub, and sushi bar.

Spas and Recreation

Onsite activities include: outdoor pool, sauna, tennis, kayaking, and yoga.
Nearby activities include: golfing, water skiing, hiking, and biking trails.
Full-service health spa onsite, offering hot stone massages, facials, body wraps, and detox wraps.
Expires: October 09, 2014
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Merchant: Windermere House Resort
Merchant Link: http://www.windermerehouse.com/Resort-Accommodations/

Merchant address: 2508 Windermere Road Windermere ON P0B 1P0
Merchant phone: 1.888.946.3376


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Original Resorts – OKTOBERFEST IN TEMPTATION RESORT CANCUN

4th night free, 40%off and transfers included Travel : oct 1st – oct 25th, 2014
Code: OKTO10
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$349 for 2 Nights in a Private Cottage + Unlimited Golf with Power Cart Rental at Bellmere Winds Resort ($647 Value)

City: Toronto
Start Date: June 02, 2014
End Date: June 09, 2014
Value: $ 647
Price: $ 349
Purchases: 0
Purchases required: 1

Highlights:

  • Get a well-deserved dose of R & R with a vacation that is sure to be a summer highlight!
  • Countryside calm meets quality accommodations, and all the other little luxuries of home.
  • Golfing fans can enjoy some beautiful views while playing a round on this exceptional course.
  • Both options include 3 days of unlimited golf with power cart rental.

Buy Details:

  • Includes a choice of:
  • $ 349 for a 2-Night Stay in June, September or October.
  • $ 499 for a 2-Night Stay in July or August.
  • Both Options Include: accommodations for 2 people in a Private Cottage and 3 days of unlimited golf with a power cart rental.
  • Tax of 13% not included.
  • Valid for bookings on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
  • By reservation only, please call 1-877-814-4141 or email resorts@venturaresorts.ca for bookings – Subject to availability. You may call to book 1 hour after making your purchase. 72-hour cancellation policy or voucher is voided.
  • Booking is recommended within 24 hours of voucher purchase to ensure availability.
  • You must be 25 or older to make reservations.
  • Valid to book and travel until October 10, 2014.
  • Max 2 buys per person. Unlimited as gifts. May combine 2 vouchers for a 4-night stay for Monday arrival only.
  • TeamBuy TICO # 50019980.

Description:

Bellmere Winds Resort:

  • $ 349 for a 2-Night Stay in June, September or October ($ 647 Value)
  • $ 499 for a 2-Night Stay in July or August ($ 946 Value)
  • Tax of 13% not included.

Hotel Info

Parking is included for one vehicle and is $ 10 for additional vehicle per day.
Pets can be added to your reservation for $ 75 extra, subject to availability; inquire when booking.

Room Amenities

All accommodations have a fridge, stove, microwave, coffee maker and toaster as well as a TV and DVD player.
All dishes and utensils are provided as well as pillows and blankets.

Dining Onsite

Use your private cottage’s kitchen to cook delicious meals!

Entertainment and Recreation

Be sure to check out the many activities available, including golfing, fishing, outdoor BBQ, visiting the beach, and a Kid’s Club.

Expires: October 08, 2014
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Merchant: Bellmere Winds Resort
Merchant Link: http://www.bellmerewinds.com/

Merchant address: 1235 Villiers Line RR 1 Keene ontario K0L 2G0
Merchant phone: 1.877.814.4141


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96-Hour Flash Sale: $329 for 2 Nights in a Private Cottage with Unlimited Golf at Bellmere Winds Resort ($647 Value)

City: Toronto
Start Date: May 29, 2014
End Date: June 02, 2014
Value: $ 647
Price: $ 329
Purchases: 1
Purchases required: 1

Highlights:

  • Get a well-deserved dose of R & R with a vacation that is sure to be a summer highlight!
  • Countryside calm meets quality accommodations, and all the other little luxuries of home.
  • Golfing fans can enjoy some beautiful views while playing a round on this exceptional course.
  • Both options include 3 days of unlimited golf with power cart rental.

Buy Details:

  • Includes a choice of:
  • $ 329 for a 2-Night Stay in June, September or October.
  • $ 479 for a 2-Night Stay in July or August.
  • Both Options Include: accommodations for 2 people in a Private Cottage and 3 days of unlimited golf with a power cart rental.
  • Tax of 13% not included.
  • Valid for bookings on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
  • By reservation only, please call 1-877-814-4141 or email resorts@venturaresorts.ca for bookings – Subject to availability. You may call to book 1 hour after making your purchase. 72-hour cancellation policy or voucher is voided.
  • Booking is recommended within 24 hours of voucher purchase to ensure availability.
  • You must be 25 or older to make reservations.
  • Valid to book and travel until October 10, 2014.
  • Max 2 buys per person. Unlimited as gifts. May combine 2 vouchers for a 4-night stay for Monday arrival only.
  • TeamBuy TICO # 50019980.

Description:

Bellmere Winds Resort:

  • $ 329 for a 2-Night Stay in June, September or October ($ 647 Value)
  • $ 479 for a 2-Night Stay in July or August ($ 946 Value)
  • Tax of 13% not included.

Hotel Info

Parking is included for one vehicle and is $ 10 for additional vehicle per day.
Pets can be added to your reservation for $ 75 extra, subject to availability; inquire when booking.

Room Amenities

All accommodations have a fridge, stove, microwave, coffee maker and toaster as well as a TV and DVD player.
All dishes and utensils are provided as well as pillows and blankets.

Dining Onsite

Use your private cottage’s kitchen to cook delicious meals!

Entertainment and Recreation

Be sure to check out the many activities available, including golfing, fishing, outdoor BBQ, visiting the beach, and a Kid’s Club.

Expires: October 08, 2014
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Merchant: Bellmere Winds Resort
Merchant Link: http://www.bellmerewinds.com/

Merchant address: 1235 Villiers Line RR 1 Keene ontario K0L 2G0
Merchant phone: 1.877.814.4141


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$119 for a 2-Night Stay in The London House Inn at RiverRun Rafting and Resort by the Ottawa River ($238 Value)

City: Toronto
Start Date: May 11, 2014
End Date: May 19, 2014
Value: $ 238
Price: $ 119
Purchases: 1
Purchases required: 1

Highlights:

  • RiverRun Rafting has a perfect 5/5 score on TripAdvisor.com with many of glowing reviews!
  • Experience the thrill of rafting with the help of friendly, expert guides and professional equipment!
  • Great summer adventure to do with friends or family!
  • Available to travel 7 days a week in July and August.
  • Stay for 2 nights in a cozy cabin at the 165-acre resort which boasts 4000 feet of shoreline on the Ottawa River.
  • Check out some of the rafting packages available, and don’t forget you’ll get 10% off!

Buy Details:

  • Includes a 2-Night Stay in a standard room at The London House, valid 7 days a week from July 1st to Aug. 31st.
  • Also receive 10% off any rafting adventure packages booked directly through RiverRun Rafting and Resort.
  • Reservations required and subject to availability, please call (613) 646-2501. 24 hour cancellation policy or voucher is void. You may call in to book one hour after purchasing.
  • Room upgrades are available, subject to availability. Please inquire when booking.
  • Valid for 1 or 2 guests, no additional people are allowed to stay in the room.
  • Max 1 per person. Max 2 as gifts.
  • Tax of 13% not included.
  • TeamBuy TICO # 50019980.

Description:

Resort Info

Check in at 4pm, Check out 11am.
Free parking available.
Maximum 2 people per room.

Room Amenities

The London House has 4 rooms each with different bedding arrangements: one Queen, one King, or two Twins.
Features a mini communal kitchen with fridge, microwave, coffee and tea maker.

Dining Onsite

Onsite breakfast available for $ 12 per person.

Entertainment and Recreation

Several different types of rafting available for all skill levels.
Get 10% off any rafting package while staying at RiverRun Rafting and Resort.

Expires: August 31, 2014
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Merchant: RiverRun Rafting and Wilderness Resort
Merchant Link: http://www.riverrunrafting.com

Merchant address: 1260 Grants Settlement Road Foresters Falls Ontario K0J 1C0
Merchant phone: (613) 646-2501 EXT 103


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$299 for 2 Nights in a Private Cottage for 6 People with $50 Boat Rental Voucher at Woodland Estate Resort ($609 Value)

City: Toronto
Start Date: May 08, 2014
End Date: May 12, 2014
Value: $ 609
Price: $ 299
Purchases: 1
Purchases required: 1

Highlights:

  • A short drive away from the GTA, Ottawa, Oshawa, Kingston, Peterborough and other neighbouring towns.
  • Private cottage will give you ample privacy and spacious accommodations for 6 people.
  • Your property features a fridge, stove, microwave, toaster, television and DVD player as well as dishes, utensils, pillows and blankets.
  • The Lake Seymour area is full of excellent fishing spots.
  • Relax in the outdoor heated saltwater pool.
  • Numerous playground areas to keep kids occupied.
  • Use the resort’s kayaks, canoes and paddle boats for free.

Buy Details:

  • Includes a choice of:
  • Option #1: $ 299 for a 2-Night Stay on May 9 to June 25 & Sept. 1 to Oct. 8 – Mon, Wed, Fri or Sat check-in.
  • Option #2: $ 419 for a 3-Night Stay (Friday check-in) OR 4-Night Stay (Monday check-in) on May 9 to May 26 & Sept. 1 to Oct. 6.
  • Option #3: $ 499 for a 3-Night Stay (Friday check-in) OR 4-Night Stay (Monday check-in) on May 30 to June 23.
  • Tax of 13% and gratuities not included.
  • All Options Include: Accommodations for 2 Adults and 4 Children in a Private Cottage, $ 50 voucher towards a 9.9HP fishing boat rental for a day, and Free use of Paddle boats, Canoes and Kayaks.
  • Reservations required and subject to availability, please call 1.877.814.4141 for bookings. 72-hour cancellation policy or voucher is void. You may call in to book one hour after purchasing.
  • Only valid for check-in on dates specified per option.
  • Must be 25 years or older to make reservations. Booking is recommended within 24 hours of voucher purchase to ensure availability.
  • Blackout Dates: May 16 & 17 check-in.
  • Advanced reservations required for fishing boat.
  • Valid to book and travel until Oct. 8, 2014.
  • Refund Policy: within 14 days of purchase only. No refunds if room has been booked with hotel.
  • Max 2 buys per person and unlimited as gifts. May combine up to 2 vouchers for a 2-night stay checking in on Monday only.
  • TeamBuy TICO # 50019980.

Description:

Woodland Estate Resort:

  • $ 299 for a 2-Night Stay on May 9 to June 25 & Sept. 1 to Oct. 8 – Mon, Wed, Fri or Sat check-in ($ 609 Value)
  • $ 419 for a 3-Night Stay (Friday check-in) OR 4-Night Stay (Monday check-in) on May 9 to May 26 & Sept. 1 to Oct. 6 ($ 969 Value)
  • $ 499 for a 3-Night Stay (Friday check-in) OR 4-Night Stay (Monday check-in) on May 30 to June 23 ($ 1069 Value)
  • Tax of 13% and gratuities not included.

Hotel Info

Check-in at 3pm; check-out at 11am.
Parking for one car included, one additional vehicle may be added for $ 10 per day.
Maximum 4 adults (6 people including children) per cottage.
Additional adults may stay for $ 25 extra (for the 2 night option) and $ 40 extra (for the 3 and 4 night options).
Pets allowed with advance notice, for a $ 75 fee.

Room Amenities

All cottages have a fridge, stove, microwave, coffee maker and toaster as well as a TV and DVD player.
All dishes and utensils are provided as well as pillows and blankets.

Dining Onsite

Cook your own meals in the fully equipped kitchen!

Activities and Recreation

Sand volleyball court, Heated saltwater pool, Children’s Playground, Aquatic Sports Centre with canoes, kayaks and paddle boats.
Receive a $ 50 voucher towards 9.9HP fishing boat rental for a day.

Expires: October 08, 2014
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Merchant: Woodland Estate Resort
Merchant Link: http://j.mp/woodlandestateresort

Merchant address: 171 Woodland Estate Road Cambellford ontario K0L 1L0
Merchant phone: 1.877.814.4141


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$319 for 2 Night Sandbanks Region Cottage Stay for 6 People at Cherry Beach Resort ($545 Value)

City: Toronto
Start Date: April 14, 2014
End Date: May 05, 2014
Value: $ 595
Price: $ 319
Purchases: 10
Purchases required: 1

Highlights:

  • Cherry Beach Resort is located in the beautiful Prince Edward County on the shores of East Lake.
  • Perfect cottage country escape just 2.5 hours from Toronto.
  • Visit the Sandbanks Provincial Park and see the sights of the world’s largest sand bar and dune system!
  • Stay in a spacious cottage, with a fully-equipped kitchen, living room, free Wi-Fi, comfy beds for 6, and a spacious deck.
  • Choose from 3 great options to travel for 2, 3, or 4 nights until October 8th!

Tags: Fishing, Beach, Family Vacation

Buy Details:

  • Includes a choice of:
    1. Option #1: $ 319 for a 2-Night Stay checking in on Monday, Wednesday, Friday or Saturday – May 2 to June 25 or Sept. 1 to Oct. 8.
    2. Option #2: $ 429 for a 3-Night Stay checking in on Friday OR 4-Night Stay checking in on Monday – May 2 to May 26 or Sept. 1 to Oct. 6.
    3. Option #3: $ 469 for a 3-Night Stay checking in on Friday OR 4-Night Stay checking in on Monday – May 30 to June 23.

    Not valid for 13% tax and gratuities.

  • All Options Include: Accommodations for 2 Adults and 4 Children in a Private Cottage (Waterfront subject to availability), $ 50 voucher towards Fishing Boat Rental, Parking, and Free use of Paddle boats, Canoes and Kayaks.
  • Reservations required and subject to availability, please call 1.877.814.4141. Must be 25 years of age to make reservations. 72 hour cancellation policy or voucher is voided.
  • You may book one hour after purchase. Booking is recommended within 24 hours of voucher purchase to ensure availability.
  • Blackout Dates: May 16 & 17, June 25 to August 31.
  • Valid to book and travel until Oct. 8, 2014.
  • Refund Policy: within 14 days of purchase only. No refunds if room has been booked with hotel.
  • Max 2 per person. Unlimited as gifts. Cannot combine vouchers.
  • TeamBuy TICO # 50019980.

Description:

Cherry Beach Resort:

  • $ 319 for a 2-Night Stay checking in on Monday, Wednesday, Friday or Saturday – May 2 to June 25 or Sept. 1 to Oct. 8 ($ 545 Value)
  • $ 429 for a 3-Night Stay checking in on Friday OR 4-Night Stay checking in on Monday – May 2 to May 26 or Sept. 1 to Oct. 6 ($ 969 Value)
  • $ 469 for a3-Night Stay checking in on Friday OR 4-Night Stay checking in on Monday – May 30 to June 23 ($ 969 Value)

Not valid for 13% tax and gratuities.

Hotel Info

Parking is included for one vehicle; an additional vehicle may be added for $ 10 per day.
Up to 2 additional adults are $ 25 each per stay for 2 nights, and $ 40 each for 3 or 4 nights.
Pet-friendly cottages are available for $ 75 per stay, please inquire when booking.

Room Amenities

All accommodations have a fridge, stove, microwave, coffee maker and toaster as well as a TV and DVD player.
All dishes and utensils are provided as well as pillows and blankets.

Dining Onsite

Cafe available onsite.

Activities and Recreation

Fishing, Boat rentals, Kid’s club, Playground, Swimming pool, and more.
Expires: October 18, 2014
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Merchant: Cherry Beach Resort
Merchant Link: http://www.cherrybeachresort.com/

Merchant address: 486 County Road 18 Cherry Valley ontario K0K 1P0
Merchant phone: 1.877.814.4141


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$59 and Up for a 1 or 2 Night Gananoque Getaway for 2 at the Colonial Resort and Spa (Up to $270 Value)

City: Toronto
Start Date: April 28, 2014
End Date: May 05, 2014
Value: $ 135
Price: $ 59
Purchases: 42
Purchases required: 1

Highlights:

  • This 3-star hotel has earned an average rating of 7.4/10 by Booking.com users.
  • 10 acres of beautiful land surround the resort.
  • Take a dip in the outdoor pool, or head inside to the indoor pool, jacuzzi, steam room, and sauna.
  • Partake in a variety of fun activities nearby, including golfing, kayaking, hiking, fishing, boat tours and boat cruises.
  • Relax and refresh yourself with a spa treatment at the on-site Sensations Spa.
  • A pet-friendly hotel that’s perfect for family vacations, weekend getaways with friends, and groups traveling together.

Buy Details:

  • Includes a choice of:
    1. $ 59 for a 1-night stay for 2 people.
    2. $ 115 for a 2-night stay for 2 people.
      Tax of 16% is not included.
  • Both options are in a standard double bed room and include complimentary breakfasts, free Wi-Fi and free parking.
  • Valid Sunday through Friday only.
  • By reservation only, please call 1.800.267.9497. Rooms are subject to availability. You may call in to book one hour after purchase. 48-hour cancellation policy or voucher is voided.
  • Resort opens May 2nd for the 2014 season.
  • Blackout Dates: June 29, 30; July 1, 4; and August 1-4, 29, 31.
  • For 2-night option, both nights must be used consecutively. Valid for check-in only from Sunday to Thursday.
  • Cannot be used towards existing bookings.
  • Must present voucher upon check-in. $ 10 charge per additional adult (13 and up) beyond 2 per room. Children under 12 stay for free.
  • Valid to book and travel until Oct. 17, 2014.
  • Refund Policy: within 14 days of purchase only. No refunds if room has been booked with resort.
  • Unlimited buys and gifts.
  • TeamBuy TICO # 50019980.

Description:

Colonial Resort and Spa:

  • $ 59 for a 1-night stay for 2 people ($ 135 value)
  • $ 115 for a 2-night stay for 2 people ($ 270 value)

Tax of 16% is not included

Hotel Info

Check-in at 3pm; check-out at 11am.
Free parking included.
Pets allowed for $ 15 per night.

Room Amenities

Standard double room includes a Refrigerator, Coffee/tea maker, Cable TV, free Wi-Fi, and Rollaway/extra beds available.
Cable TV service

Dining Onsite

“Onsite restaurant is available for group meals only.
Two bars available to all patrons.
Continental breakfast is included.

Spas and Recreation

Hotel features an indoor pool, a seasonal outdoor pool, sauna, steam room, and a spa tub.
Sensations Spa onsite offers manicures/pedicures, aromatherapy, massages, facials, and more.

Expires: October 17, 2014
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Merchant: Colonial Resort and Spa
Merchant Link: http://www.1000islandtours.com/

Merchant address: 780 King Street West Gananoque ON K7G 2H5
Merchant phone: 1.800.267.9497


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Original Resorts – Secluded all inclusive resort for couples in the Riviera Maya

Complimentary couples massage travel dates: July 2014 Not apply for standard and garden view.
Code: DRSM07
Begin: 2014-04-15 00:00:00
Expire: 2014-05-05 23:00:00
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$108 and Up for a 1 or 2 Night Stay at a Cottage at Johnston Canyon Resort in Banff, AB (Up to $628 Value)

City: Toronto
Start Date: April 29, 2014
End Date: May 04, 2014
Value: $ 189
Price: $ 108
Purchases: 8
Purchases required: 1

Highlights:

  • Choose to stay for either 1 or 2 nights in beautiful Banff with either 2 or 4 people.
  • Packages available to travel any day of the week!
  • Ranked as #4 in Banff on TripAdvisor with a 4/5 Traveler Rating.
  • Stay in amazing accommodations of either a cozy Fireplace Cottage complete with shower; or the Classic Bungalow Cabin which features 2 bedrooms, spacious living room and kitchen facilities.
  • Complimentary Parking is included.
  • Makes a great getaway with friends or family!

Buy Details:

  • Includes accommodations to stay on May 16 – June 26 and Sept. 2 – October 7th. :
  • Package #1: $ 108 for a 1-Night Stay on Sunday-Thursday for 2 people in a Fireplace Cottage.
  • Package #2: $ 198 for a 2-Night Stay on Sunday-Thursday for 2 people in a Fireplace Cottage.
  • Package #3: $ 198 for a 1-Night Stay on Sunday-Thursday for 4 people in a Classic Bungalow Cabin.
  • Package #4: $ 368 for a 2-Night Stay on Sunday-Thursday for 4 people in a Classic Bungalow Cabin.
  • Package #5: $ 228 for a 2-Night Stay on Friday and Saturday for 2 people in a Fireplace Cottage.
  • Package #6: $ 238 for a 1-Night Stay on Friday or Saturday for 4 people in a Classic Bungalow Cabin.
  • Package #7: $ 398 for a 2-Night Stay on Friday and Saturday for 4 people in a Classic Bungalow Cabin.
  • 5% GST and 4% tourism tax not included.
  • Reservations required and subject to availability. Please call 1-888-378-1720 or email info@johnstoncanyon.com to make a reservation.
  • Additional adults are $ 15 per person, per night. Up to 2 children 12 years of age and younger are free.
  • Cancellation/Refund Policy: within 14 days of purchase only if room has not been reserved. Once the room is reserved with the hotel, hotel cancellation policy prevails, and cancellations or changes must be made 48 hours prior to arrival. Hotel-imposed penalties may apply.
  • An additional fee of $ 15 per night is required with pets.
  • Voucher must be used in one visit and cannot be carried over after check-out.
  • Max 5 per person. Unlimited as gifts.
  • TeamBuy TICO # 50019980.

Description:

Johnston Canyon Resort:

  • Package #1: $ 108 for a 1-Night Stay on Sunday-Thursday for 2 people in a Fireplace Cottage ($ 189 Value)
  • Package #2: $ 198 for a 2-Night Stay on Sunday-Thursday for 2 people in a Fireplace Cottage ($ 378 Value)
  • Package #3: $ 198 for a 1-Night Stay on Sunday-Thursday for 4 people in a Classic Bungalow Cabin ($ 314 Value)
  • Package #4: $ 368 for a 2-Night Stay on Sunday-Thursday for 4 people in a Classic Bungalow Cabin ($ 628 Value)
  • Package #5: $ 228 for a 2-Night Stay on Friday and Saturday for 2 people in a Fireplace Cottage ($ 378 Value)
  • Package #6: $ 238 for a 1-Night Stay on Friday or Saturday for 4 people in a Classic Bungalow Cabin ($ 314 Value)
  • Package #7: $ 398 for a 2-Night Stay on Friday and Saturday for 4 people in a Classic Bungalow Cabin ($ 628 Value)
  • 5% GST and 4% tourism tax not included.

Hotel Info

Check-in at 4pm; check-out at 11am.
Parking is included.
Pets are allowed for $ 15 extra per night.

Room Amenities

Fireplace Cottage: features a shower, Queen bed, shower, and seating area.
Classic Bungalow Cabin: features 2 bedrooms with Queen bed, spacious living room with fireplace, large bathroom, and kitchen facilities.

Dining Onsite

Casual and fine-dining options at the onsite restaurant.

Activities and Recreation

Hiking/biking trails, tennis courts, rooftop terrace, picnic area.
BBQ grills available to use.
Expires: October 07, 2014
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Merchant: Johnston Canyon Resort
Merchant Link: http://johnstoncanyon.com/

Merchant address: Box 875 Banff Alberta T1L 1A9
Merchant phone: (888) 378-1720


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Original Resorts – Secluded all inclusive resort for couples in the Riviera Maya

Complimentary couples massage travel dates: July 2014 Not apply for standard and garden view.
Code: DRSM07
Begin: 2014-04-15 00:00:00
Expire: 2014-05-05 23:00:00
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Original Resorts – OKTOBERFEST IN TEMPTATION RESORT CANCUN

4th night free, 40%off and transfers included Travel : oct 1st – oct 25th, 2014
Code: OKTO10
Begin: 2014-04-15 00:00:00
Expire: 2014-05-05 23:00:00
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Original Resorts – Secluded all inclusive resort for couples in the Riviera Maya

Complimentary couples massage travel dates: July 2014 Not apply for standard and garden view.
Code: DRSM07
Begin: 2014-04-15 00:00:00
Expire: 2014-05-05 23:00:00
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Original Resorts – Secluded all inclusive resort for couples in the Riviera Maya

Complimentary couples massage travel dates: July 2014 Not apply for standard and garden view.
Code: DRSM07
Begin: 2014-04-15 00:00:00
Expire: 2014-05-05 23:00:00
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$79 for a 1-Night Stay for 4 People at Hotel Stoneham – Located at the Base of a Ski Resort ($139 Value)

City: Toronto
Start Date: March 06, 2014
End Date: March 17, 2014
Value: $ 139
Price: $ 79
Purchases: 0
Purchases required: 1

Highlights:

  • Located in the small Quebec town of Stoneham, right at the base of a ski resort!
  • Great getaway for friends – up to 4 people can stay per room.
  • Travel during the week, or on the weekend for a small upgrade fee.
  • Relaxing spa located onsite to unwind after a day of hitting the slopes.

Buy Details:

  • Includes a 1-Night Stay for up to 4 people in a Regular Room.
  • Reservations required and subject to availability, please call 1-(800)-463-6888. 48 hour cancellation policy or voucher is voided. You may start booking one hour after purchase.
  • You must present your printed voucher upon arrival to check in.
  • Blackout Dates: March 8 and 15.
  • Valid for accommodations from Sunday-Thursday. There is a $ 10 fee per night to stay on Friday or Saturday (subject to availability).
  • Upgrade available to stay in a Studio for $ 25 extra. All upgrade fees are payable to the hotel.
  • Valid to book and travel until April 30, 2014.
  • Refund Policy: within 14 days of purchase only. No refunds if room has been booked with hotel.
  • Max 4 per person. Unlimited as gifts. Tax not included.
  • TeamBuy TICO # 50019980.

Description:

$ 79 for a 1-Night Stay for 4 People at Hotel Stoneham ($ 139 Value).

Hotel Info

Free parking available.
Pets allowed (some restrictions may apply).

Room Amenities

Regular Room features 2 Double or Queen beds, a sofabed, free Wi-Fi, and space for up to 4 people.
Upgrade to a Studio for only $ 25 per night.

Dining Onsite

The Feu-Follet Restaurant offers a variety of tasty gastronomical dishes.

Spas and Recreation

Halte O Spa located directly in the hotel.
Nearby activities include: Skiing and snowboarding, snowshoeing, ice skating, relaxing in hot tubs and geocaching

Expires: April 30, 2014
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Merchant: Hotel Stoneham
Merchant Link: http://www.condoshotelstoneham.com/

Merchant address: 610, chemin du Hibou Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury Quebec G3C 1T4
Merchant phone: (800) 463-6888


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$199 for a 2-Night Stay for Up to 6 People in a Two-Bedroom Chalet at Banff Gate Mountain Resort ($358 Value)

City: Toronto
Start Date: February 23, 2014
End Date: March 03, 2014
Value: $ 358
Price: $ 199
Purchases: 8
Purchases required: 1

Highlights:

  • Enjoy a 2 or 3 night getaway for up to 6 people until the end of May!
  • This tranquil resort is a mere 30 minutes from Lake Louise and the Banff National Park.
  • Stay in luxury chalet accommodations with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, fireplace, dining area, balcony with BBQ, and full kitchen.
  • Outdoor Activities: skiing, snowmobiling, dog sledding, and more.
  • Upgrade to travel on the weekend for a small fee.

Buy Details:

  • Includes a choice of:
    1. $ 199 for a 2-Night Stay.
    2. $ 229 for a 3-Night Stay.
    3. Both Options are for accommodations in a Two-Bedroom Chalet on Sunday-Thursday for up to 6 people.
  • You may upgrade to stay on a Friday or Saturday night for $ 20 extra per night, subject to availability and paid to the hotel.
  • Reservations required and subject to availability, please call (877) 477-7368. You may call in to book one hour after purchase.
  • Blackout Dates: March 21-29, April 18-20, May 16-19.
  • Valid to book and travel until May 31, 2014.
  • Refund Policy: within 14 days of purchase only. No refunds if room has been booked with property.
  • Unlimited buys and unlimited gifts. Vouchers may be combined for multiple night stays.
  • Taxes of 15% and $ 9 nightly resort fee not included and payable to the property.
  • TeamBuy TICO # 50019980.

Description: Banff Gate Mount Resort:

  • $ 199 for a 2-Night Stay in a Two-Bedroom Chalet for 6 People ($ 358 Value).
  • $ 229 for a 3-Night Stay in a Two-Bedroom Chalet for 6 People ($ 378 Value).

Hotel Info:

Free parking for one car included.
All rooms are non-smoking.
No pets allowed.

Room Amenities:

Chalet with 2 Bedrooms (1 King/Queen and 2 Twins) that can sleep up to 6 people, 2 bathrooms, living room with Murphy bed, TV, fireplace, balcony with BBQ, dining room, kitchen with full appliances.

Dining Onsite

Click here to see a list of 28 nearby restaurants.

Entertainment and Recreation

Nearby activities include: Skiing, Horse Riding, Ice Walking, Gonola, Cave Tours, Snowmobiling, Dog Sledding.

Expires: May 31, 2014
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Merchant: Banff Gate Mountain Resort
Merchant Link: http://www.banffgatemountainresort.com/

Merchant address: 302 George Biggy Sr. Rd Dead Mans Flats AB T1W 2T8
Merchant phone: (877) 477-7368


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Rosie O’Donnell On The Red Carpet Talks Resort Chic: The Trend with Victoria Recaño on Zappos

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$99 for a 1-Night Muskoka Stay with Breakfast in Bed and Late Checkout at Northridge Inn & Resort (Up to $382 Value)

City: Toronto
Start Date: February 03, 2014
End Date: February 10, 2014
Value: $ 192
Price: $ 99
Purchases: 5
Purchases required: 1

Highlights:

  • Choose to stay for 1 or 2 nights at this amazing Muskoka resort.
  • Northridge Inn & Resort was named by Toronto Life Magazine as one of the Top 10 Inn/Resorts in Ontario and by TripAdvisor as one of the Top 25 Small Hotels in Canada.
  • Charming lakefront resort property, situated on Lake Bernard with beautiful nature scenery.
  • In-ground pool, pool side lounge/bar, and an outdoor hot tub overlooking the lake.
  • The perfect place to rest, relax, and become one with nature.
  • 4.5/5 Traveler Review Rating on TripAdvisor.
  • Valid to travel 7 days a week!

Buy Details:

  • Includes a choice of:
    1. $ 99 for a 1-Night Stay for 2 with Full Breakfast, In-Room Movie and 1pm Late Checkout.
    2. $ 199 for a 2-Night Stay for 2 with Full Breakfast on both days, $ 30 voucher towards a Bottle of Wine, In-Room Movie and 1pm Late Checkout.
  • Reservations required and subject to availability, please call (705) 384-2252. 24 hour cancellation policy or voucher is void. May begin booking one hour after purchase.
  • Valid any day of the week until March 16, 2014.
  • Each price is based on double occupancy of 2 adults in a room with 2 Queen beds. Maximum 4 people per room: $ 20 surcharge for children 6 years and under, $ 30 between the age of 7 to 15 and $ 40 for 16 years of age and older.
  • Late checkout is based on availability.
  • Refund Policy: within 14 days of purchase only. No refunds if room has been booked with hotel.
  • Max 5 buys per person. Max 5 as gifts. Not included are tax of 13% and 10% gratuities.
  • TeamBuy TICO # 50019980.

Description:

It’s never too early to start cottage season, so pack your long underwear with your hiking boots and get into today’s deal at Northride Inn & Resort:

  • $ 99 for a 1-Night Stay for 2 with Full Breakfast, In-Room Movie and 1pm Late Checkout ($ 192 Value)
  • $ 199 for a 2-Night Stay for 2 with Full Breakfast on both days, $ 30 voucher towards a Bottle of Wine, In-Room Movie and 1pm Late Checkout ($ 382 Value)

The Northridge Inn & Resort, a full service Ontario resort, is located just north of the scenic region of Muskoka; just two and a half hours outside of the Greater Toronto Area. The surrounding area boasts a vast district of calm lakes, thundering waterfalls, majestic granite cliffs, as well as aromatic pine and maple forests that will turn anyone into a nature lover. The 2,500 square miles of the region is approximately the size of a small European country, and is situated south of the world famous Algonquin Provincial Park and west of the rugged Georgian Bay. Toronto Life Magazine even named Northridge Inn as one of the “Top Ten Inn/Resorts in Ontario”.

Whether you are looking for a quiet place to unwind, a comfortable home base to explore the Almaguin Highlands or Muskoka area, an action packed resort vacation with many complimentary on-site recreational activities, or the opportunity to try your hand at snowshoeing, skiing, snowmobiling and ice fishing nearby, their attentive staff will do their best to make your stay one that you’ll never forget. Choose from either the 1 or 2 night package, both of which include full breakfast fireside in the dining room and a late 1pm checkout–and with the 2-night package, you’ll also receive a $ 30 voucher towards a bottle of wine to start off your secluded retreat in a romantic way!

Expires: March 16, 2014
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Merchant: Northridge Inn & Resort
Merchant Link: http://www.northridgeinn.com/

Merchant address: 712 South Bernard Lake Road Sundridge ON P0A 1Z0
Merchant phone: (705) 384-2252


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