Christian Siriano Resort 2015 Collection

Posted on June 06, 2014

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[Photo Credit: Christian Siriano]

    • Danielle

      Some of these are really, REALLY striking. The pink, one shoulder number needs to find a home in my closet.

      • Sara Brams-Miller

        I think they all belong in my closet . . .

        • Carly Clement

          Agreed! This is beautiful, striking and adorable! LOVE LOVE LOVE!

    • Rhonda Shore

      Outside of some odd colorblocking, these are kinda cute. One of the models resembles Alicia Silverstone.

      • schadenfreudelicious

        She does, I think its the downturned mouth…

      • Anne

        Ooh, I kind of love the colorblocking, especially the dress with the pink top and green bottom.

      • maxxman

        And I was thinking the dark haired one looked like grumpy cat.

    • Gatto Nero

      Varying levels of success here, but overall these are fun. The lime and white geometric print pieces and the oversize floral-inspired prints at the end (the shift dress and coat, and the gowns) are fabulous.

      • evave2

        Is the last one the “top” that goes with the skirt that Coco Rocha wore to the CFDA? Why isn’t the skirt shown here? I think the top she wore it with (unless of course the top and bottom on that look are from a different collection and just similar?) at the CFDA looked better with the skirt because it would have been too much as one outfit. I love those long back skirts with the flowers on them. The green one is posed so beautifully.
        And they do look like something (if I had the money of course) would wear for fun if I went on a high-end cruise (if I had the money of course).

        • Gatto Nero

          I don’t think that “top” is a match for the Coco Rocha dress, which has a solid black bodice and a white skirt with what looks like massive leather or black textured fabric applique. But it looks like the design inspiration is the same.
          And ditto on the gowns and the high-end cruise!

        • quiltrx

          The gown Coco wore is from his 2014 Resort collection. (It’s my most popular Pinterest pin ever.) As best I can tell the one she wore is indeed a gown, as there’s no discernible waistband, at least on the runway version.

      • SugarSnap108

        I love all the ones you mentioned. I’m usually not a fan of floral prints, but these oversize floral-esque numbers are striking.

    • StarburstLady

      Princesss Puffy Sleeves is really growing up. I don’t love this collection, but I like the fact that he’s (finally, I think) exploring different aesthetics.

      • bitchybitchybitchy

        I am very pleased to see Christian continuing to explore and grow as a designer. I love the green gown with the shoulder flounce, also some of the pink prints.

        • demidaemon

          That green gown is probably my favorite of the collection.

          • bitchybitchybitchy

            That green gown really sings-that tiered flounce really gives exactly a gown with very clean lines the extra oomph that makes an impact.

    • homofascist

      COLOR! I am actually loving this, although that peach/purple combo needs to die a slow and painful death.

      • http://attiresmind.blogspot.com/ Kiltdntiltd

        On second viewing, i would have to agree. That blush/orchid thing is so not working. and the pleated detail seems awkwardly placed.

        • DinaSews

          The blush orchid combo reminds me of my early teens. I can’t put my finger on what I owned but seem to remember this as a popular pairing 40ish years ago.

        • FuhUgh

          But that same exact style, in the striped fabric (first picture – short version) works just fine. That striped dress is actually the piece I’d be most likely to go for. I went back and forth between the pictures to see that is really is the same style (also the short version fuschia and green color blocked), but that peach and orchid combo is deadly – and NOT in a good way.

      • kimmeister

        Yeah, that’s the only one that was a total clunker to me.

    • http://ayearofmommyhood.blogspot.com/ Tabby_abby

      I love the prints. They are striking and amazing even the hippy stripes.

      However, almost all of the skirts appear to be overworked and with too many elements to make the average wearer look good (and the models are having a hard time too).

    • Victor Beiramar Diniz

      the sunglasses are really really unflattering… the girls all look shortsighted when they have them on

      • evave2

        Is he still designing for Payless? I think the shoes are multi-cute.

        • FuhUgh

          Those don’t look like Payless shoes, but if they are … I need to go shopping!

          • evave2

            He was kind of knocking-off his own shoes for Payless. But I haven’t seen an advertisement for them for a while. (I bet that was actually paying the bills while he was getting his high-end design shop really running. Smart kid.)

    • sienna elm

      I LOVE this!!

      • Denise Alden

        Me, too! I’m not a fan of Princess Puffy Sleeves, but wow!

    • http://recapscallion.blogspot.com/ Claire

      A bit eye-searing but I’ll take it over the “What should we do for resort? A bunch of floaty white and beige garments?” laziness I’m seeing from a lot of designers.

      • Gatto Nero

        Yes. So refreshing to see color! And with such unusual and striking prints.

      • Kayceed

        I agree! Bold colors look terrific in a sterotypical resort setting. Can’t stand muddy colors under bright sunshine and blue skies.

      • DuBey2

        One of the best lines from Breaking Bad (& there were many) was after a posh affair at the Billionaire scientist’s home when Walt said
        “Did we not get the beige memo?”

    • marlie

      I’m in love. The color palette is gorgeous, and these are mostly beautifully designed, elegant pieces. I’m particularly feeling the gowns – just about all of them.

      • bitchybitchybitchy

        For me Christian has always had a true flair for designing gowns-he knows how to bring the ‘wow’ factor.

    • @Biting Panda

      ohmygodiloveit!!!

      I’m not even a bright colors person, but I want TO BE this chick.

    • Anna

      I mostly love these. Can’t get onboard with the pocket/hip flaps on the pink stripy dress though. Would love the second and third last gowns for Lupita.

    • http://attiresmind.blogspot.com/ Kiltdntiltd

      Some fantastic prints in play here, and I really love the colors a lot. the only things that don’t work for me are the few print suits. it seems like too much pattern on those. Otherwise BRAVO, Christian!

    • lizajane1776

      BANANA!
      I love all of this, except the peach and lilac color-blocking. Not those two colors together.

    • Frank_821

      Okay I am really not feeling this one. A couple I like but there’s something about this collection that feels forced. Like he was obligated to make a resort collection and had to crank it out fast

    • suzq

      Love the prints. You can truly see how inspired he was to work with them. Some of the monotone and color blocked pieces are less successful.

      • FuhUgh

        Especially the neons – I love color, but those neons scream “late ’80′s” to me.

    • decormaven

      Ooh, Solange needs to work a couple of these in her style rotation.

    • kb_trigger

      Lilly Pulitzer tripping on acid. And I mean that in a good way.

    • Ginger

      There are very few clunkers, but overall this collection is STUNNING! Those gowns with the over-sized floral print on black background…*SWOON*

      • Tigerfly

        And the shoes! I’d cut a bitch for the slingbacks…

    • Beardslee

      Origami folds need to go the way of the buggy whip but overall these are wearable and fun. The gowns are just lovely.

    • mjude

      how fun

    • DinaSews

      I love this. I want the jacket that’s black with the teal and green print.

    • Alison

      I love a designer who loves a print. That pink and red rose print dress needs to be in my life STAT.

    • MoHub

      Only a few I can’t get behind, mostly the ones with the odd, different-fabric skirt panels. I take it that he designed the prints; they’re all stunning.

    • Aidan B

      SHUT UP. I am in love with this. I want to wear so much of it!

    • Jaeda Laurez

      I love it- not all of it- but I love vibrant colors and prints, and most of it looks incredibly wearable.

    • Lilyana_F

      I’m loving it all! The prints are awesome, I just have a thing about that particular shade of green for clothes – the one paired with the pink, I am yet to see a person that can actually make it work.

      • DuBey2

        Colorblocking of neon (80s) prints must die.

    • MartyBellerMask

      Love it.

    • numenah

      The colors are life enhancing but most of the collection looks home-ec to me.

    • Carleenml

      I love this little boy. So happy for his success. Don’t love the peach bath towel but do love the black and orange and black and turquoise gowns.

    • FibonacciSequins

      When I said I love a pocket in a dress, that’s NOT what I was talking about, Christian.

      The prints and colors are quite exuberant. The more I look, the more I like. But I will never like that color-blocked silk blouse.

      • DuBey2

        EXACTLY.

    • Ann VerWiebe

      I really like the gathered pocket treatment!

    • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ Alicia

      The orchid with the peach pleated thing at the waist needs to go away, but everything else is quite lovely. Some of it even looks resort-y, which these collections tend not to.

      • teensmom99

        Yes! My 1st thought was: actual resort wear.

    • Alyssa

      I love this collection for the most part. Fun, bold colors and amazing prints!

      ETA: I hope to see a lot of this turn up on the red carpet!

    • boweryboy

      I love the colors and prints, but some of these are really tricky and awkward. I’m really loving the paintings.

    • holla

      I love Christian Siriano. Some of these seems purely for editorials, but they are so strikig. Great to see him continue his fierceness. So far, he seems to be the only worthwhile winner of PR.

    • GillianHolroyd

      oh the lime geometric print gown is MINE.

    • Pennymac

      Go, Princess Puffy Sleeves! You are the most genuine talent from the Project Runway Grind-em-up-and-spit-em-out-Machine!

    • KateMaryC

      This is the sort of elegant but playful style that Marion Cotillard should be wearing. Time for her to switch designers. Absolutely stunning stuff.

    • Julie Chase

      There is some gorgeous stuff here. I don’t know if that flowing green dress would work in real life, but the picture made me swoon.

    • Kathy_Marlow

      That green one with the chiffon overlay is gorgeous, someone needs to get that on a red carpet STAT

    • gabbilevy

      It’s Christian Siriano’s world, we’re all just living in it.

    • ktr33

      There’s a helluva lotta very wearable cuteness up in here! So many cute dresses that I covet, but only the sleeveless ones. Some of the pants are cute too but need to be styled with white shirts for real life.
      Resort wear! I wish!

    • GillianHolroyd

      I was never a big fan of his but THIS is stupendous! I’m also claiming the pink-striped double breasted coat. JeeeZUS, I love most of this (exc the orchid/peach abomination and anything with kelly green).

    • http://journal.translarte.de/ Muyserin

      IMHO, it’s ranging from the garish to the gorgeous. Hate the colour blocking, love the bold patterns. Those dresses with the black tops and patterned front/side trains at the very end are really striking. On a different note, the blonde model in the first picture appears to have been photoshopped rather dramatically. Her left waist is almost on a line with her neck.

    • Julie Parr

      Freaking adorable.

    • SouthernGirlRena

      LOVE this! My favorite was the black, turquoise and yellow gown (3rd from the bottom). There are pieces non-models would wear in real life, fabulous people could wear to special events, and the really adventurous would wear if they dare. Home run Princess Puffysleeves.

    • SugarSnap108

      With a few exceptions (all things peach, for instance), I love these.

      And look at the sheer joy these colors inspire in the wearer.

    • Samantha Klein

      I love Siriano’s stuff. It’s so beautiful, and it still looks wearable.

    • MilaXX

      I love pretty much everything here. I really want to see someone wearing the acid green gown and the black/white gown. Not crazy about the pieces with the hip curtains. Please put Christina Hendrixs in that next to last gown.

      • DuBey2

        Er, I would love to see Christina H in the solid black V neck showstopper gown. So that there’s no extra print or detail or material on her top half.

    • AlexisPayne

      I hope some of these make it on to the red carpet while its still weather appropriate!

    • Shawn EH

      That chartruese evening gown with the smart little belt and shoulder straps: to die for. Otherwise, bold prints, but a couple of franken-dresses snuck in there.

    • Bridget Smith

      Yes, love, will take all, thanks very much.

    • Kerri

      LOVE that first dress. And I would also like one of those green tribal/geometric print dresses (#5), too.

    • Judy_J

      What a fun collection! Everything looks fresh and wearable. I love the fabrics and colors. He really knows how to dress a woman’s body, doesn’t he?

    • LeelaST

      Gorgeous colors, prints & fabrics – again! Love the pink stripe with the pockets and the black & turquoise print.

    • Jackie4g

      I wish I were going someplace where I could wear this stuff.

    • http://phantomminuet.blogspot.com/ MinAgain

      I cannot get behind hot pink and green or peach and purple, but this is a really gorgeous resort collection. The black and turquoise print takes my breath away.

    • ashtangajunkie

      What a talent. I truly love his clothes. Every detail.

    • Heather

      It’s going to take some hard core fashion chops, but I really want to see those gowns on the RC. Also, I think Lupita would look fantastic in most of these and I would like it if she would wear them.

    • susan6

      Send that green gown to Lupita, immediately.
      Some of the shirt and pants combos look a bit like pajamas, but many of the dresses and most of the gowns are amazing.

    • http://frankbettecenter.org/ sleah_in_norcal

      love the prints and the paintings, too!

    • http://www.thirteen.org/program-content/the-downton-abbey-dish-season-4-episode-5/ Gotham Tomato

      I like quite a few of these but I think the best of them are derivative. The chart treus gown screams Oscar de la Renta to me. But I do like that he’s using color now.

      –GothamTomato

      • JauntyJohn

        No snark here. Sincere question:
        Where is the line between “inspired by,” or “homage,” and “derivative?”

        • http://www.thirteen.org/program-content/the-downton-abbey-dish-season-4-episode-5/ Gotham Tomato

          I don’t think there is any hard and fast line, and in reality there is nothing totally new anywhere. But when you look at a piece and the first thing that pops into your head is another designer’s dress, I’d say that’s derivative.

          –GothamTomato

        • Gatto Nero

          Excellent question. The line is very fine, and it depends on who’s doing the viewing, I think.

    • Jacqueline Wessel

      I really like most of this. His collections alway strike me as so wearable.

    • BlairBear

      This so such a collection of highs and lows for me. What works works like gangbusters and what doesn’t it foul

    • http://armchairauthor.wordpress.com/ LesYeuxHiboux

      He’s getting better all the time. I’m not sure I would have used “has an eye for prints” to describe him before this. I’d love to see Cate Blanchett in that collared, angel-sleeve top with the stripes. Lupita and Zoe Saldana should snap up those neon gowns with a quickness.

    • another_laura

      Doing a quick scroll, some of these are too fussy, but overall? Very cute.

    • rhaazz

      I hope he makes the cash registers sing.

    • http://www.katidom.com/ Kati B

      His designs are so lady-like. I love them.

    • Cameron Turner

      Just wonderful… those prints are amazing!

    • Victoria Anzalone

      LOVE

    • Michelle Wilson

      Maybe I haven’t been paying close enough attention but this seems like a HUUUUUGE jump forward for him. Love all of it!

    • SusiePamudji

      I love how colorful and full of print this collection is. It’s how I imagine resort collections to be. Some of the shapes are kind of questionable. But overall, fun!

    • Synnae

      Best thing (besides TLo) to come out of Project Runway. This collection is so gorgeous and I love that the items are shown next to their inspiration and the artist who painted them.
      Granted I don’t like all the colour schemes, and some dresses are very editorial but it is cohesive as hell, and I am now fantasy spending a lot of dollars. Also cute shoes.

    • Patrick Cleary

      It’s kind of like they hired the models from the National Scoliosis Foundation. However, the stuff is totally Christian S.

    • conniemd

      I love the bright colors and prints. Some dresses I’d love to wear for summer. Don’t like the ones with the big ole side flaps, but otherwise very eye catching collection.

    • Stacy C

      He should dress the Fannings. I love the colors in this!

    • Snailstsichr

      I m loving the pink and red combos. I would like all of them.

    • Mary Elizabeth Poytinger Baume

      Im surprizingly ok with all of this.

    • clevRcat

      It certainly is a happy collection. I love all the drama (if not all the pieces).

    • ovarB

      The Olsen Twins go on holiday!!

    • conniemd

      I would love to see Lucy Lui and Kerry Washington in the black with big floral gowns.

    • EEKstl

      J’adore!!!!!

    • nomnom

      So pretty! I wish I could have one of those dramatic skirts….

    • alyce1213

      Wow, this is lots of fun! I really love most of it, and particularly the striped pieces. There’s one dress, though — the “radiant” orchid and peach number that is so hiddy, so out of place, I don’t even understand what it’s doing there.
      He does the classically inspired gowns and dresses very well, doesn’t he.

    • Yoshio

      I love the shoes – I would wear these, especially the slingbacks.

      • kimmeister

        They’re all so wearable in real life, I love it!

    • Bethany Roullett

      In the thumbnail I was all “ugh, no thanks”. But then I looked at them and now I want ALL THE DRESSES. ALLLL OF THEM. Dangit.. Good thing they’re way out of my budget.

    • housefulofboys

      I’m seeing some Marimekko print influence in some of these, especially the green and white print dresses. Love this whole collection.

    • Joanna

      I am so impressed with his development. I would, and could, wear just about all of these pieces. I feel like he really understands women’s bodies – not just the model body type – but WOMEN in general. All of these looks could conceivably be interpreted for us curvy girls. His use of color and print here is so smart and fun.

      • DuBey2

        Yes – and he does Fashion w/o being overtly sexy (i.e. revealing tons of skin)

    • Therese Bohn

      Happy, Bright, Lovely, and very youthful!

    • majorbedhead

      Wow. I am coveting a lot of these looks. Too bad I’m about 20 years and 40 lbs too heavy for them. Gorgeous stuff (except the weird pleated side things. Those I can do without).

      • DuBey2

        Hah! At first I thought you meant you ARE about 20 years old. And I thought, “Why does that mean she can’t wear them? What am I missing? Does she think 20ish is too YOUNG for these looks?”

    • http://www.bertkeeter.com Bert Keeter

      Wonderful color, patterns and shapes…Send him over to DIOR!

      • Gatto Nero

        Yes yes yes.

    • http://www.ellenciompi.com/ NurseEllen

      For the most part this is a mega-cute collection and I would wear most any of the selections with great pleasure, had I a bottomless pocketbook and time to take off to a resort. Like the shoes, too.

    • smh4748

      There is a lot of beautiful stuff here! I love most of the dresses, though a lot of the pants outfits don’t work as well for me. It’s refreshing to see a designer who isn’t taking the female form and seeing what he can do to make it be wildly unflattering.

      And this is neither here nor there, but that brunette model is stunning. I’m so glad mega-eyebrows are a thing now.

    • DuBey2

      ..Can’t comment…. too busy pinning…

    • Cynica

      This makes wish I were an obscenely wealthy socialite with a house in Palm Beach.

    • KT

      I love that he’s not afraid of color and prints, but a lot of these dresses look like they were made out of beach towels and/or the Von Trapp family curtains.

    • AndieJay

      Love many of these dresses and all of the shoes. But that shade of neon lemon lime grates on me no matter when or where I see it.

    • Bernadette

      I’m not getting the half-pleated skirt thing… Love the colors throughout.

      • kimmeister

        Yeah, especially set on the diagonal and placed like a dropped waist. Not many would be able to work that.

    • Raspberry2012

      Still one of my favorite PR winners – I love all of this!

    • crash1212

      I love this. All of it. Even the shoes. That green gown is everything. The colors are fab and I love the textiles. He just keeps getting better and better.

    • formerlyAnon

      I like a lot of these. I like the effect of the pleated panel on the pink & green skirt, don’t think it works so well on the long champagne/purple skirt. The full folds gathered over one hip he uses in the long full skirts is less obtrusive, but has similar feel. I like the coat? coat dress? with the buttons better than any of the other uses to which he puts that multi-pinks striped fabric. Overall, the long gowns seem most assured. I do love that one in the orange & red on black print.

      I tend to “like” and not “love” because I’m not a huge fan of most of the color combos. Unless brought down by the inclusion of black, they are too aggressively bright for me. I know that the pink/green/white variations are preppy/country club standards, and last time I looked at a Lily Pulitzer catalog (a couple of years ago) were all over it. Still, not for me. (And the champagne/purple combo is hideous.)

    • malarson2

      I loved it more as I scrolled. But if were in a resort and I saw those first two pantsuits walk by I’d probably snork margaritas out of my nose. Though I have a feeling my idea of a ‘resort’ and the one represented in this collection are not the same thing.

    • tboscardin

      Just yelled “Princess Puffy Sleeves!” out loud in my office…that’s not weird, right? Some gorgeous shapes here.

    • Imasewsure

      Some of this I love, some of it not so much but I am LOVING the models and their fabulously haughty bitch faces!! You go GURLS

    • Imasewsure

      If only Christian could be as talented and innovative as fellow PR alum Michael Costello… man that was a hard sentence to type while laughing… :)

    • Lily

      Overall, this collection is glorious! How refreshing to see one of the Project Runway designers come into his own. What I love about Siriano is that he really sets a goal for each new collection and doesn’t stray from that aesthetic. There are some stunning pieces in this, and while some may be a bit tricky for the average woman-on-the-street to wear, they look fabulous in their effort and execution. Bravo, Christian! Papa Gunn would be proud.

    • jspark

      BEHOLD: the Avator 2 red carpet attire

    • Mothra

      I LOVE ALL THE GREEN! and the PINK TOO! Although I love the print, the second look, with the top and pants looks a lot like a pair of jammies I have.

    • JynxTheCat

      I think the definition of “Resort” is getting AWFULLY convoluted. I do however love a lot of this.

    • 25or6to4

      Gorgeous clothing, but I really think these pieces would have really sung on models with darker skin tones…

    • FancyPhilly

      I shy away from color in my real life, but in my fantasy FASHION life this collection is right up my alley. Beautiful.

    • Synnamin

      Some nice pieces but could we please NO on the hip curtains?? Is this a thing now?

    • MaggieMae

      Some knock-out pieces and fabrics there. Our Princess is past the “one hit wonder” stage! Go get ‘em!

    • kim bunchalastnames

      some fabulous things here, but i CAN’T with the peach and purple mix. i want to run it over with my color wheels.

    • E. D.

      I like practically all of this, but some of the colors would look terrible on me. Need more blue and less green.

    • Lex

      LOVE this! The tropical stripe ones are my favorite, plus all those fun greens. How gorgeous and fresh

    • Daenyx

      Those colors are eyesearing.

    • Coco Cornejo

      Color! Patterns! Silhouettes! It’s all lovely and largely wearable.

      Love, love, love the green gown and the black gown with the green pattern in the skirt. The gown right after it, however. looks like it has bananas all over it–not loving that so much.

    • Sophie

      I don’t like the last top, which looks rahter out of place in the collection, but I love quite a lot of these looks. Is he getting better every season?

    • http://vhanna26.typepad.com Vera

      Great use of color and patterns and most it it looks wearable. That striped poncho-ish top with the black pants shirt is fierce!

    • demidaemon

      The prints get a wee bit overbearing, especially in the beginning when all you are getting is print, but I could see the pieces being easily broken up as separates. The gowns are pretty amazing, especially the green ruffled one, but I’ll be the first to admit I don’t get gowns in resort collections.

    • lundibleu

      These are fabulous. And I want to see various people in various different ones here, but the most striking thought is to stick one of the Deschanel sisters in that slinky green gown.

    • understateddiva

      Some of these are a little too literal-retro for my taste, but I think the large prints help bring them into this century. Cute!

    • Yvette Thomas Monson

      Inspired by fruit stripe gum!

    • joything

      This fella just keeps bringing it. I squee every time a new collection comes out.

    • kategs

      I just love his thought process and where it leads him. This is wonderful.

    • bringbackbeatles

      LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!!

    • mcbishop

      Well, this is all kinds of fresh!

    • quiltrx

      Overall this is fabulous. I’m not wild about the “tacked on” look (pleated panels, etc) but overall the shapes are nice, and the Princess really knows how to cut a gown, doesn’t he? And DEM SHOES!
      I ADORE the colors. And the prints are out of this world. Very well done.

    • pattie capet

      these have a great kicky, san tropez retro glamour vibe mixed with a very current, rich young lady feel going on. fun and chic.

    • ankali

      Cuuuuuuuute! Super cute! Not wild about the hot pink/flesh tone color combination, and some of the skirts are overdesigned; but the rest? With the prints? And the breezy colors? I really it.

    • nancymae

      I love them all… even the wonky geometrically shaped ones and even though I am pretty sure the beautiful fabrics are doing most of the work.

    • anotherkate

      I adore this. I even love the frankendresses, god help me.

    • UsedtobeEP

      These just scream Christian Siriano. From a mile away.

    • DuBey2

      Hah! I KNEW that print (green, right?) reminded me of SOMEthing. I kept racking my brain and trying to fully love that set for its vintage vibe. Thanks for the reminder.

    • Mona_Visa

      NECK. As in why isn’t the brunette giving any. Come ON girl!

      Pretty clothes though.

    • Denise Rambo

      LOVE LOVE LOVE Christian Siriano!

    • paintedfish

      oooh, me likey!

    • http://batsnbrimstone.tumblr.com jessi

      I really love the collection overall, but the one thing that really bothers me is how some of the elastic pockets (ELASTIC. POCKETS.) look like they were just tacked on as an afterthought. If those looked a little more tailored, I would have no complaints.