Tag Archives: color
If there was one trend takeaway from the S/S 2015 season, it was fringe. It was everywhere: on skirts, on bags, on shoes. A green suede fringe skirt looked beautiful in motion on Micol Sabbadini at the Fendi show in Milan.
One fun thing about the Chanel show is seeing all the clothes and bags outside the show in real life on real girls. Chiara Ferragni looked fab in a colorful Chanel dress and bag from the F/W 2014 supermarket-themed collection.
There are certain people we photographers count on to bust out the wildest looks from the runway during fashion week, and Bryanboy is one of them. Though intricate and costly masks have appeared on runways at Maison Martin Margiela, Givenchy and Alexander McQueen, this one goes back to the club kid roots of this trend (and Lady Gaga). It’s an inexpensive piece by Kandigear that you can find on Amazon. The sneakers are Dior.
Sofia Sanchez Barrenechea wore a cool colorblock dress to the Dior Cruise 2015 show with a diagonal line of buttons that felt appropriately nautical for the occasion.
A cool trench is a great way to brighten up a rainy day. Stylist Tina Leung of Tina Loves wore a colorful burgundy and blue wave print trench to the Balmain show in Paris.
This was one of my favorite outfits all season on Elizabeth von Guttman of System Magazine. To usher in the spring, it’s always a good bet to start with a black and white palette and add pops of color. The fox sweater is by Maison Kitsune.
The Celine S/S 2014 collection, with its colorful paint splashed print, is seriously coveted by the fashion set. Fashion consultant Yasmin Sewell was one of the first to take it out for a spin, wearing a pretty Celine skirt under a blue coat at the Rochas show in Paris.
I am always dying for a sartorial shot of color at this time of year. Bright reds and oranges make a statement outside the Prabal Gurung show with this lobster print skirt.
Another example of the full skirts à la Dior that are in fashion now. When splashed with a big print, they’re like a pretty canvas, as on Viviana Volpicella at the Valentino show. Like how she has paired it with a simple navy blue sweater and button-down shirt to keep it grounded.