Posts Tagged ‘Mulberry’

Radiant Orchid

December 9, 2013

Pantone, the worldwide color authority, has announced it’s color of the year for 22014. Drumroll please…

Radiant Orchid!

f671eea4bb9949ae1d7a186743b3676cIn the company’s annual announcement, Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute, described the hue as “an enchanting harmony of fuchsia, purple and pink undertones” that “inspires confidence and emanates great joy, love and health.”

Look for this shade to impact everything, from fashion, accessories, cosmetics and even cuisine.

Handbag from Mulberry

Handbag from Mulberry

Shoes from Jimmy Choo

Shoes from Jimmy Choo

Max Mara

Max Mara

Lip Pencil

Lip Pencil

Casual footwear from Skateboard company Vans

Casual footwear from Skateboard company Vans

Orly nail polish

Orly nail polish

DKNY dress

DKNY dress

Gizmon camera

Gizmon camera

macarons

macarons

Watch for the purple family to gain importance as the new year progresses.

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Plaid Redux

March 27, 2013

Plaid is having a resurgence for Fall 2013, turning up as the pattern of choice for many designers. From Celine’s sublime signature coats,to Hedi Slimane’s controversial ode to grunge for Saint Laurent, today’s plaids are used in a way that is anything but classic.

Mulberry’s over-scaled plaid tunic is covered in clear sequins for a glazed effect.

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Mulberry

Celine works bold plaid into new shapes for Pheobe Philo’s covetable coats and mixed, not matched separates and accessories.

Celine

Celine

Celine

Celine

Tracy Reese cuts a tartan circle skirt, and pairs it with a sequined sweatshirt for a young, urban look.

Tracy Reese

Tracy Reese

Designers, such as Antonio Marras and Aquinlano Rimondi took a more retro, ladylike approach with their mixed media plaid dresses.

Antonio Marras

Antonio Marras

Aquinlano Rimondi

Aquinlano Rimondi

Stella McCartney keeps it light, for her voluminous coat.

Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney

Marc Jacobs kept it short at Louis Vuitton, allowing the pattern to fade into an embellished border on his plaid coat.

Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton


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