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The Twelve Biggest Trends From Resort 2013

Compared to the revolving door of designers that marked fall 2012, resort 2013 was a relatively calm — but still newsworthy — season. Bill Gaytten presented his last collection for Dior, Karl Lagerfeld took over the gardens of Versailles for Chanel, and Stella McCartney decided to stage a carnival. Vivid colors and bold patterns, typical of the season, dominated, but designers also took cues from the oversize proportions seen during fall and experimented with layering and volume. Peplums, a carryover from spring, remained a popular trend, while neon hues added an unexpected twist to bohemian prints. Baroque detailing evolved into bejeweled necklines, while short-shorts gave way to longer, but still warm-weather-friendly, culottes. And since resort is so often associated with jet-setting getaways to balmy destinations during dreary winter months, designers offered up a wealth of options for the ever-glamorous Palm Beach crowd. Click ahead to see all of these looks and more in our comprehensive trend slideshow.

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