Tag Archives: colorblocking
Loved the clean sculptural lines and fall colors of this Salvatore Ferragamo dress on Giovanna Battaglia, spotted outside the Carven show in Paris. Another styling tip to note: turtlenecks are still going strong for winter 2015/2016.
Summer is a great time to show off sculptural, minimalist fashion like this quilted print dress, her own design, on Vika Gazinskaya. The slicked-back hair continues on the minimalist vein.
Zlata! She has been one of our favorite models since she appeared on the scene a couple of years ago. She left the Creatures of the Wind show wearing a Prada shearling coat edged with brightly colored yellow and red fur, one of several bright furs we’ve seen on the streets recently. The shearling treatment here gives it a cool downtown ’70s edge.
A great hi-lo mix on blogger Golestaneh outside the Elie Saab show in Paris: a Stella McCartney colorblock sweatshirt with a blue miniskirt by Zara.
Don’t think that because summer’s on the wane, so are crop tops. Long sleeved ones like this one are sure to be a popular choice come September and October, especially when paired with a cool maxi skirt.
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.
It was so cold on the day that Solange Knowles wore this outfit that I couldn’t bear to run the photo until now. But now it is the perfect look for spring: a pink cotton suit mixed with with a colorblock coat.
Take a cue from Louis Vuitton‘s Nicholas Ghesquière and mix light blue and burgundy for a retro ’70s look that’s fresh for 2014.
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.
We were thrilled to spot top model Karolina Kurkova at Prabal Gurung, dressed to the nines in leather colorblock pants.
Clutches: they’re not just handbags but impromptu umbrellas during a sudden rainstorm. Outside the Dries van Noten show, a guest ducked for cover under a red clutch that matched the red stripe on her green and black tunic.