On the runway
Designers have took a turn away from neutral, pastel tone and opted for colours that make a statement. Fendi plays up its materials and textures for its cherry red head-to-toe ensembles.
Jil Sander opted for more slouchy separates that will make great go-to outfits but at the same to lend a sophisticated, fashion-forward appeal.
The red colour lends these boxy coats and mannish pantsuits a feminine flair.
On the streets
Showgoers, too, were not afraid of making red the statement colour in their looks. While some did a full ensemble of red, others made it their statement piece. How they toned down the intensity: By pairing monochromatic colours and staples for effortlessly chic vibes.
On the shelves
Not digging the full on red looks? Then opt for this 70s inspired Miu Miu dress that comes in a white and red combo or this oriental cropped shirt that’ll add a fun factor to your outfit.
Add colour to your look with these red accessories that are not to intense and loud for a subtle take on this trend.
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