Colour Your World…
Tired of the Winter Blues? Embrace Colour for an exhilarating burst of Summer freshness…
Right across the Spring / Summer 2011 runways, colour was used to make an impact. From zesty orange to candy pink – there are so many colour options waiting to be discovered!
Colour is bold, youthful and engrossing. Perfect for adding the finishing accent to an all black ensemble or why not go daring in complete colour. Whatever you choose, next season there is a rainbow of options for you to explore.
At MaxMara striking colour made the minimalist silhouettes pop. In sunshine yellow, succulent orange or gorgeous violet – the MaxMara collection is not for the faint hearted. Colour was also strong at Jil Sander, where gorgeous bright pieces were teamed with crisp white tees and shirts. Colour blocking then took centre stage. A green cargo jacket was worn with a pink shirt and yellow palazzo pants. Orange was worn with violet; red with pink and yellow. It was a standout collection that was reminiscent of Yves Saint Laurent’s passion for colour. Designer, Raf Simons described his use of colour as: “A mille-feuille of color” or a ‘vanilla slice’ of colour…
Will you be bright & bold in fabulous colour? xx
Photos from style.com
8 responses to “Fashion Trends”
I’m in love with the Lanvin dress! and the flower dress is so sweet too!
How awesome are those combinations of fuchsia and orange! I die.
Agreed – Lanvin is beautiful for SS11! xx
Totally agree Cara. Colours in this SS11 is a must. Jil Sander latest collection also left me speechless
Amazing bursts of colour. You know I look at them, I like them, I wonder if I am going to have to get a fake tan (or real one!) to wear them this Spring/Summer! (Apart from the Lavin, wow to that dress!)
Amazing combination and I love the illustrations.
I am SO happy that I found your blog – your favorites and my favorites match up exactly! So great, I just want to keep reading it…the Lanvin dress in this post is to dieeeeee for!
Lanvin dress for s/s are breath taking, that sheer is wonderful! And the colour proposals of MaxMara are cool for summer.