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The power of contrast

This season fashion proposes a bold change of perspective to the female universe. The game of contrast is the secret weapon of the trendiest fashion designers. On the catwalks we have seen matching of geometric and blooming prints, for example by Moschino, Missoni, Red Valentino and Dolce & Gabbana, shades that recall the color theory at Fausto Puglisi, Roberto Cavalli and Diane Von Furstenberg, the timeless dualism between white and black for Givenchy, Michael Kors, Comme des Garcons and Jimmy Choo.

For the law of opposites, this mix and match of sophisticated or classic patterns and vibrant or soft colors acquires more emphasis and reinforces the look with a hint of extravagance and a good dose of charm. Follow our tips to find out which are the strongest, most elegant or romantic combinations of this season.

Mixed patterns

To mix patterns in an uncoordinated but definitely stylish way, just choose a theme. Geometric designs and dark warm colors on one side, a delicate palette and romantic flowering of buds on the other. The comparison of different prints is nice, perfect for girls who just wants to have fun with fashion.


Tartan wool blend cape by Moschino Boutique, Check wool jersey dress by Missoni, Leather and suede Janis bag by Emilio Pucci, Pikky shawl by Faliero Sarti, Ontem multi pattern monk strap by Chie Mihara, Cotton Kensington trench by Burberry, Floral dress by Valentino Red, Floral print silk foulard by Gucci, Rosalia print leather bag by Dolce & Gabbana, Varina Flower studded ballerinas by Salvatore Ferragamo.

Complementary colors

According to the theory of color, purple and yellow, red and green, orange and blue accompany and complement each other, strengthening each other and increasing the shining effect. They are called complementary colors and have always been loved by painters, artists and designers for their vibrant and energetic effect. Use them  to cheer up the long metropolitan days.


Maxi buttons double-breasted blazer by Fausto Puglisi, Silk blouse by Michael Kors, Katara wool wide leg trousers by Diane Von Furstenberg, Tresor crystal sandals by Sergio Rossi, Devoré effect mohair blend sweater by Roberto Cavalli, Linen blend culottes by Fabiana Filippi, Small Wave shoulder bag by Tod'S, Heaven Laccetto loafers by Tod'S, Silk blouse with lace inserts by Roberto Cavalli, Short bootcut crepe trousers by Gucci, Tonal stud detailed soft wallet by Coach, Tribute grained leather sandals by Saint Laurent.

Stripes Vs Polka dots

Strictly in black and white, the contrast between stripes and dots is far from being old-fashioned, in fact remains a constant in the panorama of seasonal trends. The stripes this year become more audacious, of varying width and with a casual and sporty mood. The polka dots, on the contrary, remain the most classic among the patterns, always feminine, but this time they play with different textures and become really modern.


Striped wool coat by Givenchy, Sailor style striped sweater by Sonia Rykiel Paris, Athletic leggings by Stella McCartney, 2 Row Shark bracelet by Givenchy, Leather and neoprene sneakers by Prada, Laser-cut neoprene jacket by Es' Givien,  Jacquard cotton blend crewneck by Michael Kors, Cotton blend A-line skirt by Es' Givien, Polka Dot printed zip around wallet by Comme Des Garcons, Glittered toe polka dot pumps by Jimmy Choo.