More colour from NYFW & LFW


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I am in fashion week Hell currently, trawling through image after image of what we will be wearing this time next year – I know it’s a tough job but somebodies got to do it.
So following on from Amanda’s post yesterday about camel, here is an insight into whats coming.

Yellow: You may not think it works on British skin, but believe me you will be wanting something bright yellow very very soon.

3 26-fall-2015-ready-to-wear-street-style-0-5Marsala: The Pantone colour of 2015, this will be everywhere within a couple of months.


Zac Posen

I am currently obsessed with red and all I want is a bright red cashmere jumper in my life – but can I find one – can I buffalo! I would quite like the red fur coat in this image too if I’m honest…….



Grey is also a colour to watch for in all its guises – the Marc Jacobs collection was my absolute favourite of NYFW – inspired by Diana Vreeland – what’s not to like!!


Marc Jacobs


  • Sue says:

    Jane, & Daughter have a gorgeous bright red cashmere jumper on their website ? Their knitwear is very nice.(Obviously I don’t know what style you are looking for, though )

  • Jan says:

    They all look lovely and wearable. Yellow is such a jolly colour. I think it can be draining on fair skins but it depends how much of it you wear. A splash of yellow certainly brightens up the day. The Marc Jacobs outfits are very ‘New Look’ like Lady Felicia Montague’s costumes in the BBC Father Brown series.

  • Hilary says:

    Marsala? Nooo! Reminds me of school uniforms and dried blood.. And yellow? Cheering, yes, but with a pasty Irish complexion, I’m not sure!

  • Deborah says:

    Yeah, this is the year that my wardrobe is in!

    As I’ve got a little older, I’ve embraced the wonder of colour and lament the rows of boring and bland clothing that still dominates much of the high street – bring out the brights!

  • Sarah says:

    Ooh someone else who admires Lady Felicia’s clothes. I am a late comer to Father Brown and have watched the 3 series over the last few weeks. They are wonderfully cosy, I love an old fashioned murder mystery and they have got me through the gloom of February.

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