Tag Archives: red
Barbara Martello wore Saint Laurent’s clever vampire-themed beaded varsity jacket to the Celine show in Paris. Rolling Stones meets Rocky Horror meets Dracula? Either way, varsity level.
In Milan, the fashion set saw inclement weather as an opportunity to break out their best winter duds. This is really a case of “when in Rome” – Italian ladies have been known to don their best fur coats just for a trip to the grocery store. After the Moschino show, a model left in a brilliant red fur coat and leather leggings.
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.
A cute look on a fashion fan girl outside the Miu Miu show. We may be veering away from crop top weather right now, but this would still work under a coat. Also note the creepers!
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.
The ever-stylish Elina Halimi of Kabuki Paris swished by the Alberta Ferretti show in Milan in a red and blue striped Dries van Noten skirt with fringe, beaded sweatshirt, gold booties and a motorcycle jacket.
Kate Dimmock of People Style Watch wore a great red and blue print dress to the Creatures of the Wind show yesterday. The up-and-coming designers have attracted the attention of many major fashion editors.
One from the archives – I love these layers of colorful silk for summer, seen here on Natalie Joos outside a Dior show. The red lipstick and accessories add extra polish.
A great rainy day look on Zanna Roberts Rassi, who mixed a bright red maxi skirt with chunky heel black boots – the perfect balance of practicality and style.
More colorful colorblocked pants at Haider Ackermann. I love the saturated tomato red paired with a navy overcoat.
I love seeing these French cousins at fashion week – they are even more stunning and chic as a unit.