Sometimes also referred to as holiday or travel collection, is an inter-season or pre-season line of ready-to-wear clothing produced by a fashion house or fashion brand in addition to the recurrent twice-yearly seasonal collections spring, summer and autumn (or fall) winter – heralded at the fashion shows in New York, London, Paris, and Milan.
Initially meant for wealthy customers or “more seasoned jet-setters” going on cruises (e.g., North Americans) or vacationing in the warm Mediterranean area (e.g., Europeans) during the winter months, cruise collections offer light spring or summer clothing when the weather at the points of sale calls for winter apparel. These days, they are targeted at customers who have “finished buying their fall wardrobes and are looking ahead to vacations.” These “warm-weather designs arrive in the shops in the US in November,” after the autumn, winter collections and before the spring, summer collections, or generally between November, December and February in the Northern hemisphere.
Resort wear is a clothing style
It used to be collections only for very affluent customers who were expected to spend the post-Christmas. New Year’s weeks in warm-weather climates. However, due to high rise in travel and easy access to flights Resort wear cruise fashion has become a more major clothing category.
From walking shorts, caftans, and sandals, to full-length evening dresses for women and light dinner jackets for men, resort wear is unique in its design and function. Resort wear is generally made from cotton, silk, denim, microfiber, straw, and poplin that are easy to pack, lightweight and breathable. They are easy to clean and look great without ironing or fuss, much like the new hairstyles that are casual, yet very Cruz Clothing.
It is characterized by the “nautical” style, inspired by sailor and yachting themes, classic Hawaiian prints of palm trees and hula girls, brushed denim from San Francisco, bright floral prints from South America, minty greens, yellows, blues and whites from the Mediterranean and natural materials and glove-weight leathers from the Caribbean. Large hats, sunglasses, open-toed shoes, and innovative waistlines complete the look of sun-soaked destinations. The style has already been the subject of small runway shows in New York, Paris, and Milan.