Stine Goya Resort 2025 Collection

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“We’re trying to put some new life into some of the classics of Goya,” Stine Goya said of her 2025 resort collection. One of those beloved standbys is a padded bomber with a watercolor floral print (developed in-house) that features beaded stamens. The same textile is used for a sleeveless A-line shift here that can be layered over a long-sleeved top when the temperature drops. All-over beading is applied to easy separates, like a hoodie, and on a more straightforward evening frock. A rich merlot was chosen to update the brand’s go-to pantsuit.

In a nine look campaign, the denim feels like an outlier. The piece that screams Goya is a turtleneck dress featuring a lush, expressionist portrait of the designer and her husband Thomas Hertz in the green yard of their summer house. This motif builds on the story of home and intimacy that the brand has been telling with recent shows set on the street where Goya lives and in her offices. As the print is based on a work in oil, it has a painting-like dimensionality, which is also on theme. The designer is working on an installation and curation of the collection at the Kunsten Museum of Modern Art in Jutland, in the North of Denmark, that’s set to open in November, around the time that this collection will be delivered.

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