High-waisted pants with Hip-high slits, bustiers, capes, flowing wide-legged jumpsuits, sheer chiffon, ruffles, bishop sleeved and sheer detailed blouses, turquoise and leopard tassel and crochet detailed belts over green and orange jumpsuits, a navy lace-up off the shoulder crop top, chokers, a leg and midriff cut-out top and skirt similar to dresses worn by JLO and Rita Ora at the Met Ball, the most gorgeous sheer iridescent blue/purple/yellow embellished sweater dress, multi-color sequin dresses, the signature lace up and braid details- as well as sheer stripes- were applied to mini dresses in turquoise orange and fuchsia, and a continuation of the knit or crochet elements we’ve been seeing from the brand were all weaved into the Balmain Resort Spring/Summer 2017 collection: we have seen a cohesive transition season to season going back to Olivier’s first menswear debut, and it’s thanks to those consistent motifs. The bustiers and leather, sheer, chokers all reference the 90’s whilst the cut-away shoulders, off the shoulder looks, crochet and knit, flared leg pants and jeans, flowing fabrics, sequins, colors and prints revive the 70’s glamour. Was everything amazing and fabulous? No- but there were so many gorgeous, glamorous, sexy looks, and I need a chain-mail knit in my life ASAP. Click the links below to see what I mean about the transition from season to season.