Influence goes many ways when it comes to fashion. When critics like the NY Times‘ Cathy Horyn point out the profusion of prints and color in Spring 2012 collections, you can’t help but wonder if it started not on the runway, but with trendsetters like Style Bubble‘s Susie Lau, who wore wild print and color combinations long before they appeared in mainstream collections.
Wearable for the average Jane, 24/7? Maybe not. But color and print are a sort of visual daring, and the eye – and the camera – can’t help but be attracted to them.