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The Color Movement

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Blue Sunglasses by Ray-Ban

Fashion provokes. It evolves. But above all, it inspires. This season, on the cusp of a new decade, we are witnessing a dramatic movement in the fashion industry. Sustainability, technology, individuality and empowerment aren’t just topics in the news — they also define the collections of our favorite designers.

Despite all the boundary-pushing trends that are popping up this spring, don’t forget about the power of color. The reasoning? Choosing a stylish shade is the simplest way to dress for the season. Below find the color palettes that were all over the runways and deserve a place in your closet:

Electric Rave

Get ready for some high-octane style this season. When it came to color, everyone from Saint Laurent to Chanel turned up the power on the paint box. At Versace, Donatella did just that with a collection filled with magnetic hues and nods to the house’s beloved ’90s archives. Here, we’ve curated some of our favorite neon pieces to work into your after-dark wardrobe. For maximum impact, wear this energetic look from head to toe.

Neon Pink Versace Pants

Flared Pants by Versace

Glamorous Grunge

Speaking of rock, we found grunge was at its most glamorous this season, from heavy gold chains to ripped lace. There was no shortage of combat boots and leather jackets, either. Staples that were once for the gigs but are now timeless investments that can easily transform any look into your own. It’s almost too easy—just throw on your luxe leather jacket over your statement tee and hit the road!

T-Shirt by Versace


It’s Black & White

At Louis Vuitton’s Cruise 2020 show, Nicolas Ghesquière’s international Neo-futuristic fashions were defined by dramatic shapes and extraordinary embellishments. Among the many noteworthy styles, those fashioned in all black and white truly shined. It was minimalism for the future. It was cool, fresh and unlike your classic two-tone pairings of the past. It’s a style that can easily be adapted to your personal dress codes. It is a look that celebrates and encourages personality and individualism, which Ghesquière has toasted throughout his collections for the iconic Parisian brand. Check out these anything but boring black and white pieces:

Ted Baker London

Bag by Ted Baker London

Neutrals Refined

For seasons, a “more is more” aesthetic has defined the collections of countless designers. But a new era is on the rise, one that hearkens back to the crisp, clean lines of ’90s minimalism. Today, the look is defined by chic and quiet beige and its varying shades of sand. At the forefront of this classic color story is Riccardo Tisci at Burberry. For his FW19 collection, Tisci drew from the brand’s historic archives, reenergizing the house’s signature hues in modern interpretations of the trench. Whether you go all in on beige or simply add one chic new accoutrement in the hue, this soft shade promises timeless appeal.

Cotton Shirt Dress, by H&M





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