Trending Now: Colour Theory

An explosion of colours brought a welcome riot to the streets.

A burst of orange turns heads, as seen at Milan Fashion Week

A burst of orange turns heads, as seen at Milan Fashion Week

The art of staying warm is no longer the sole premise of a thick woolly sweater and some opague tights. Today, the stylish to layer is to mix separates that pop and play with proportions and textures. Follow the lead of the chic brigade who cleverly use the exuberance of cheery hues to spread some warmth.

Michelle Elie solidifies her reputation as a risk-taker with a dash of green

Michelle Elie solidifies her reputation as a risk-taker with a dash of green

Cut a figure of cool with a masculine sleeveless coat

Cut a figure of cool with a masculine sleeveless coat

Blue is the warmest colour on Michelle Harper

Blue is the warmest colour on Michelle Harper

Major colour-blocking contrasts the coolness of black against sunshine yellow for a striking effect, while some clash graphic blocks on their outfits with accoutrements that further emphasise the impact of their ensembles.

Vary the tones for a new take on colour-blocking

Vary the tones for a new take on colour-blocking

Laura Comolli is the new black on the streets of Paris

Laura Comolli is the new black on the streets of Paris

Think mega clutches and wide brim hats. Time to join the block party.

Orange is the new black on the streets of Paris

Orange is the new black on the streets of Paris

Nail the look with a two-toned coat

Nail the look with a two-toned coat

Dusty hues recall a preppy Seventies vibe

Dusty hues recall a preppy Seventies vibe

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