Despite the ever-changing trends, color-blocking remains a source of inspiration for many designers over the years. This spring, a modern twist in color combination is ubiquitous from high fashion to ready-to-wear, to create a chromatic world that is more versatile than ever.
For a jolt of athletic edge, do not miss the bi-color Chloé Sonnie sneaker in soft hues, brightened by a touch of yellow, orange and burgundy. While the parachute-inspired straps in contrasting colors are found in MCM’s latest bag collection.
The new Box handbag by Marc Jacobs also showcases daring combinations down to its bold, striped strap.
The iconic Vara Rainbow handbag by Salvatore Ferragamo celebrates the season with a lively rainbow striped pattern. This new object of desire is just as eye catching as Christian Louboutin’s Botty Double ankle boots where indigo subtly blends with fuchsia, reminiscent of the interior design style of seventies.
Dreaming of a tranquil, gentle spring? Discover Stella McCartney’s knitwear where panels of yarns, stitches and fringing in contrasting weights are patch worked in pastel colors. Edgy yet sophisticated, Delvaux’s mini Tempête handbag is presented in a palette of celadon, ivory and black, to embrace a nomadic bohemian spirit.