New Kids on The Block

Color blocking has become a staple in the fashion world. It seems contrasting sleeves or borders is as common lately as a polka dot.

Just when we were starting to feel a little color block fatigue set in, designers in London put a new spin on it, creating new ways to splice an old garment.

Princess Kate Middleton’s go to designer, Issa, took amorphous shapes reminiscent of childhood favorite “Colorforms.” Remember them?

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Peter Pilotto is masterful in cutting and splicing prints. This season, his solid tones are worked together in contrast to form new and interesting patterns.

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Thomas Tait worked bright shapes on a black ground for an artistic approach to blocking.

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Roksanda Ilincic boldly spliced rich hues with neutrals.

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Topshot Unique took their color blocks to a new level, working a rich patchwork from fur.

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