Culture. Style. Taste.


Culture. Style. Taste.


The name might sound exotic, but greige is actually an amalgamation of two words; gray and beige. The muted color or palette achieved by layering the two shaded has been a longtime staple in the fashion scene. In the 1980’s, Giorgio Armani was  “dubbed the king of greige,” reports Harper’s Bazaar, and 30 years later, greige had become a mainstay in the world of high fashion.

The Kensington Heritage Trench Coat available at Burberry.

This classic-fit trench is reimagined with modern proportions. The archive-inspired style is made in a cotton gabardine with a streamlined silhouette. Layer over knitwear and tailoring, and pop the collar to reveal a flash of Vintage check.

Sleeveless dress available at Louis Vuitton.

Crafted from a wool greige check, the ruffles on this Sleeveless Dress With Chain And Frills Detail deliver a feminine contrast to the piece’s masculine fabric. The neck chain premiered at the Spring-Summer 2018 show, while signatures include an engraved LV zip puller and a Monogram canvas belt that highlights the waistline.

Wool mix separates at COS.

A contemporary design with a utilitarian feel. Made from a wool blend with a touch of stretch, these separates are made for smart, daytime looks as the season changes.

Quartz print deep V swimsuit available at Ted Baker.

The striking design is sure to have all eyes on you as you saunter along the sand, featuring a deep V neckline and elegant Quartz print all over in a flattering greige color wave.

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