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Resort's 20 Most Graphic Looks

Designers looked to art and nature for inspiration this resort season. Let's take a look at 20 of the best prints from the collections. WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT AHEAD:

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1. Christian Siriano

Charleston-based painter Teil Duncan inspired the Project Runway winner's collection, even providing the backdrop for the lookbook.
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Charleston-based painter Teil Duncan inspired the Project Runway winner's collection, even providing the backdrop for the lookbook.

2. Missoni

The eye-catching prints were inspired by artists Frank Stella, Bridget Riley, and Roy Lichtenstein.
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The eye-catching prints were inspired by artists Frank Stella, Bridget Riley, and Roy Lichtenstein.

3. Sonia by Sonia Rykiel

Pretty patterned pieces were mixed up with comparatively structured suiting separates in a range of bold hues, as well as the label's signature witty knits.
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Pretty patterned pieces were mixed up with comparatively structured suiting separates in a range of bold hues, as well as the label's signature witty knits.

4. Thakoon

Thakoon Panichgul has avoided mixed prints for a while now, but he's got a real knack for them.
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Thakoon Panichgul has avoided mixed prints for a while now, but he's got a real knack for them.

5. Lisa Perry

"I love the Mod sixties but wanted to give it a crisp edge"
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"I love the Mod sixties but wanted to give it a crisp edge"

6. Fendi

Leather and orange-plush abstract shapes take the collection to glam extremes.
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Leather and orange-plush abstract shapes take the collection to glam extremes.

7. Just Cavalli

For his diffusion line Cavalli wanted to give a new meaning to the term "Urban Jungle"
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For his diffusion line Cavalli wanted to give a new meaning to the term "Urban Jungle"

8. Cushnie et Ochs

"Take a dip into the wild"
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"Take a dip into the wild"

9. Versace

Donatella's playful spin on the brand's famous logo.
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Donatella's playful spin on the brand's famous logo.

10. Wes Gordon

"Chic is such an overused word, but it really is an easy chic: not stuffy."
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"Chic is such an overused word, but it really is an easy chic: not stuffy."

11. Stella McCartney

McCartney showed a collection of dresses that won buyers over with their patchworks of print and stripes, side cutouts, and insets of sunray pleats.
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McCartney showed a collection of dresses that won buyers over with their patchworks of print and stripes, side cutouts, and insets of sunray pleats.

12. Christian Dior

Simons took up the silk scarf—le carré, as they say in Paris—as the show's leitmotif.
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Simons took up the silk scarf—le carré, as they say in Paris—as the show's leitmotif.

13. Tory Burch

There was a lot going on, in other words, but it was handled with a nice sense of restraint.
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There was a lot going on, in other words, but it was handled with a nice sense of restraint.

14. Louis Vuitton

Racecar stripes is what inspired Louis Vuitton's hit collection
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Racecar stripes is what inspired Louis Vuitton's hit collection

15. Diane Von Furstenberg

The brand's new artistic director brought back a popular 70s poppy print for DVF's signature wrap dresses.
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The brand's new artistic director brought back a popular 70s poppy print for DVF's signature wrap dresses.

16. 3.1 Phillip Lim

A digitized-magnified snake print by Lim.
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A digitized-magnified snake print by Lim.

17. Erdem

"I wanted it to look like someone took a permanent marker to the flowers."
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"I wanted it to look like someone took a permanent marker to the flowers."

18. Ohne Titel

The op art stripes inspired by the work of sixties artist Sven Lukin.
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The op art stripes inspired by the work of sixties artist Sven Lukin.

19. Proenza Schouler

Inspired by the artist Clyfford Still
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Inspired by the artist Clyfford Still

20. Gucci

Gucci partnered with the artist Kris Knight on a floral print featuring plants that have historically been used by women to seduce, command power over men, and otherwise provide protection.

Gucci partnered with the artist Kris Knight on a floral print featuring plants that have historically been used by women to seduce, command power over men, and otherwise provide protection.

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