On the runway
You might’ve spotted Emily Ratajkowski glowing in a champagne-yellow gown at the Golden Globes recently. Well, yellow isn’t only a celebrity favourite. Instead of neutral tones and muted colours, Hermes’ Spring Summer 2017 collection trotted out pieces in the most vivid colours (read: fuchsia pink and yellow), as did other brands such as Gucci and Bottega Veneta.
On the streets
Off the runway, fashion showgoers, too, were not afraid to make yellow the statement colour in their looks – whether via an oversized hoodie or wide-legged pants. How they toned down its intensity: By pairing them with monochrome pieces or attention-grabbing jewellery.
But if adding bright shades like this into your outfits takes more gumption, do it via your accessories – like the clutch and tinted sunnies this show-goer wore.
On the shelves
The S/S ’17 offerings here may range from mustard yellows to a softer pastel hue, but all make lively additions to your wardrobes – and also make great alternatives to wearing red for Chinese New Year.
Runway and streetstyle images: Showbit.com
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