Tag Archives: color
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.
I must say I was skeptical of the religious icon-themed Dolce & Gabbana fall/winter 2013 collection when it was on the runways last year. Decking yourself out in an elaborate Byzantine mosaic? Really? But I must say the clothes and bags look beautiful in real life, glittering in the sunshine – and someone like Anna Dello Russo can really pull it off.
Valentina Siragusa of Factory Blog wore an oversize purple silk blazer at the Gucci show yesterday. Look for more silhouettes like this in coats and blazers for fall 2013.
The always-chic Sarah Rutson wore a colorful short sleeved Givenchy “American Dream” sweatshirt to the DKNY show yesterday. Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci has reinvented the lowly sweatshirt as high fashion, starting with his much-copied Rottweiler designs several years back. Look out for more luxe sweatshirts on the fashion crowd this fall. The boots are Balmain.
At the Peter Som show on Saturday, Natalie Joos wore a vivid, swingy look that could have come right off the spring runways. The top is Peter Pilotto, the pants Mister Zimi, and the two go wonderfully together. The look from behind, after the jump. (more…)
Loved the creativity of this sheer layered look outside the Dior couture show in Paris. The bag is Dior.
Fashion blogger Susie Bubble always stands out in a crowd. At the Valentino show, she wore Chanel shorts (vintage I think) a colorful print top and chunky heels and headphones. The element that brings it all together: the color blue.
One from the archives: Miroslava Duma in a green tween Lanvin tweed top and miniskirt. Love how she mixed it with an army green jacket, lots of bracelets and a delicious little Chanel bag.