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These clashing colors on Camille Charrière early in NY fashion week turned out to be a good indicator of trends we would see throughout the month, when guests at the shows mixed clashing pink and red or orange and red for visual impact. The Celine crossbody bag is also a favorite with the fashion crowd.
Actress Laura Harrier, who will star in this summer’s action flick Spider-Man: Homecoming, arrived at Calvin Klein dressed in a vintage Jil Sander jacket designed by Raf Simons.
A pop of orange on Jan Quammie in a leather trench stood out from the crowd this winter in NYC.
Despite a significant snowstorm on the first day of New York Fashion Week this February, guests still headed out to the shows. Above, an orange coat and statement earrings outside the Desigual show.
Coachella, baby! Martha Graeff wore some great layers on day one of the festival in a 70s-inspired burnt orange that’s very on trend for 2016.
Even when the temperature isn’t cooperating, you can bring in the spring with a dose of bright color, as Helena Bordon did in a zippy orange Dior dress outside the couture show. Layer a spring dress over a black top, tights or boots to ease yourself out of winter.
Brighten up a rainy day with graphic prints and bright colors as Polina Askeri did at the Jil Sander show in Milan.
Here’s more of that rich orange hue we’re seeing for fall, in the form of a jumpsuit on Kristina Bazan. The woven suede clutch is a great accessory for the look.
Model Liya Kebede wore a bright orange cotton frock to the Derek Lam show in New York yesterday, pairing it with patent leather ankle boots.
Raf Simons’ tenure at Dior has been marked by the same bold color statements he employed at Jil Sander. Nicole Warne wore a brilliant saffron-colored silk Dior vest to the couture show in Paris. Look for longer hemlines in coats and vests come fall, as cropped jackets disappear in favor of a more flowing silhouette.
A great vintage look in vivid coral on J.J. Martin at the Stella Jean show in Milan – and of course she was wearing flatform sandals before most of us were.
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.
Here’s another beautiful and dramatic look seen outside the couture shows: at Zuhair Murad, an orange silk print maxi skirt worn with a black top.