S/S 2016 colour palette
In the warm season there is nothing more refreshing than colours: their vibrancy can revitalise instantly our wardrobe’s monotony, mood and complexion.
For Spring Summer 2016, the fashion shows colour wheels have spun around five key hues.
Orange has softened up at Tory Burch's who translated it into more earthy tones whereas Jeremy Scott used the same colour to emphasize its typical pop mood, at Moschino's too.Yellow has irradiated many collections such as the ones by Loewe and Stella McCartney; blue has been amongst the favourite shades, presented in different soothing hues: the airy serenity defined by Pantone as colour of the year, the green-based teal and an energetic version of snorkel blue.
This season’s palette will inspire your style. Discover our selection and enter the rainbow!
Fringed panel silk dress - ALBERTA FERRETTI
The shade of persimmon has dominated the fashion scene but being an autumn fruit let’s chill our summer with the fresher energy of an orange juice.
To make the most out of its chromatic power, whilst staying in fashion, play it safe taking cues from Altuzarra, matching it with browns, or from Hermes pairing it with different orange tones or white shades.
Jewel multilayered dress - ROBERTO CAVALLI
Powerful as the hottest sun, yellow is the quintessential colour for happiest vibes.
This bright colour works perfectly in long- and middle-length dresses as seen at Blugirl's and Vetements', matched with black and silver accessories for the polished Loewe’s style or paired with white for Stella McCartney’s sporty mood.
Floral lace T-shirt - PRADA
A blue empowered by the lush green of tea leaves, deep and luxurious, has the power to smarten up any look.
This colour has emerged at Marni's in layered combinations along with brown, white, burgundy and black accents or in shapes of overcoats and sleeves in total black looks at Ann Demeulemeester's.
Cape-inspired silk cady top - VALENTINO
This pastel colour recalls nature as a whole reminding the shades of clouds, greyish skies and the petals of a hydrangea.
Dior paired it with white for a romantic look structuring contrasting ensembles, whereas the fleshy pink hues by Emilio Pucci match perfectly twith he light blue palette.
Houndstooth Stripe print T-shirt - KENZO
A lighter and summery version of navy blue, it works well with its undertones and with neutral colours in the scale of grey. For an edgy attire get inspired by Balmain using oranges or greens, or differently for a super feminine look take a leaf from the soft flattering floral dresses of Michael Kors.
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