On the verge of being desperado, this is my call to Mother Nature to stop teasing us with 'not-really-spring-but-looks-like-it' weather. As a result we've been slowly working bright pops of color into our daily wearables, but more than ready to burst like a Skittles rainbow. There's a hue for everyone, this season we will not discriminate to just one or two color stories. The entire spectrum of the rainbow was played up and down across the runways from even designers you wouldn't expect. The trend isn't for the modest, you must be confident in your choosing and accessorize lightly. Tomato reds will stand out on their own, structured silhouettes are fun when playing with complimentary colors, and don't be afraid to go completely monochromatic (but play at risk, i.e. pair down with neutrals or use tints and shades far from each other on the scale). See our spectrum of vibrant dresses that will have us all (New Yorkers, at least) shaking our fists collectively at Mother Nature.
From left: Costume National, Giambattista Valli, Loewe, Tommy Hilfiger, Haider Ackermann, Victoria Beckham.
From left: Issey Miyake, Prada, Giambattista Valli, Courreges (vintage), Lanvin, Pleats Please.
All available online and select locations.