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Colors & Trends Spring 2016


Charting the course is a unique color palette that at first may appear more appropriate for colder months than for April, but treated by the hands of some designers chartreuse, red poppy, and forest green have been given a new, fresher spin.

Red Poppy

 Monique Lhuillier, Chloe, Giorgio Armani
Monique Lhuillier, Chloe, Giorgio Armani
Photos courtesy of Getty Images

Chartreuse

 Cynthia Rowley, rag & bone, Adam Lippes
Cynthia Rowley, rag & bone, Adam Lippes
Photos courtesy of Cynthia Rowley, Getty Images and Adam Lippes

Forest Green

 Valentino, LC Lauren Conrad, Tory Burch
Valentino, LC Lauren Conrad, Tory Burch
Photos courtesy of Getty Images

Some new trends are defining the season’s look that, albeit not linear, does offer a narrative that hinges on spectacular details. Such is the case with the cold shoulder that is making a come back to reveal woman’s sexiest rally of flesh. Textures are varied but one new development is the net. Waffle-knit paneling and mash fabrics offered another way to proclaim that this spring skin is in.

Cold Shoulder

 Rachel Zoe, Issa, Proenza Schouler
Rachel Zoe, Issa, Proenza Schouler
Photos courtesy of Getty Images

Mash

 Emilio Pucci, Alexander Wang, Marchesa
Emilio Pucci, Alexander Wang, Marchesa
Photos courtesy of Getty Images

For extra fun, fringe benefits are big this season. Incorporate this detail not only in your nighttime look, but also with paired down accessories. With flats and jeans you just might find yourself shimmying through the day.

Fringe

 Valentino, Tory Burch, Alexander McQueen
Valentino, Tory Burch, Alexander McQueen
Photos courtesy of Getty Images
Opening photo courtesy of The Cut

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