A celebration of chic simplicity, Spring 2022 continues the brand’s affinity for minimalism and ease with streamlined styles perfect for the city or the coast. Refined silhouettes anchor the collection across both swim and read-to-wear, offering styles that mix seamlessly and make a statement on their own. Drawing inspiration from Eric Rohmer's La Collectionneuse and Ricardo Bofill's iconic La Muralla Roja, the collection embraces a palette of both soft and bold hues, seen most notably in the introduction of two new colors: an airy, seaglass shade of celedon and rich, earthy umber. Best-selling wrap dresses, skirts, and swimwear return this season alongside sweetheart body styles, which carry over from Resort 2022. Crafted in Los Angeles, each piece in the collection is rendered in the highest quality eco-friendly fabrics and designed for a day in the sun.

From architectural one-pieces to body-skimming, sport-inspired cuts, this season’s swimwear is equal parts elevated and effortless. Feminine sweetheart necklines reappear in bikinis and one-pieces with a ’70s sensibility. Brand signatures, like the Balconette Underwire Bikini Top and High-Waist Cheeky Bottom, take on a modern look in celadon and umber, and play up this season’s palette with coordinating wrap skirts in the same hues. Created to be styled freely across silhouettes and shades, this season’s bikinis can be worn colorblocked or in matching looks.

Spring 2022’s ready-to-wear looks to the dreamy ease of coastal living for design and styling inspiration. Strapless tops pair with bias-cut skirts from streamlined looks that work for day or night. Effortless dresses combine button-down plackets and feminine wrap skirts that cinch at the waist. A mainstay in the collection, the K.M. Tie Midi Dress is updated this season in stretch cupro for a refined feel and offered in a range of timeless colors—sandstone, black, espresso, and umber. Wrap skirts—in both mini and midi lengths—and pareos layer over the season’s swim and look chic on their own. Created to complement the body rather than overpower it, the brand’s approach to clothing echoes its less-is-more aesthetic and allows the wearer’s personal style to shine through.