Color Report: Fall's Hottest Hues
In Miami, many different cultures combine to create the lively and vibrant city that we live in. Because of this, basic black wardrobes are not the norm. Lucky for us, fall fashion is chockfull of colors ripe for wearing in the Magic City. Here we highlight Pantone’s top tint trends for season.
Typically at this time of the year when we hear the words ‘stormy weather’ we break out the Hurricane supplies, but when it comes to fashion, it’s all about deep, shimmering grey tones. Cause a whirlwind in Anya Ponorovskaya’s grey dress with plunging neckline and flared bottom or for a more casual look, Maison Margiela’s crewneck jacquard sweater paired with relaxed trousers will cause dust to fly. Find them at Anya Ponorovskaya, 35 NE 40th Street, (305) 677-5008 and Maison Margiela, 3930 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 101, (786) 718-1931.
No one will call your fashion bluff if you’re wearing Oak Buff, a golden yellow hue. Givenchy interpreted the shade with a Victorian-inspired ruffled dress that is ideal for gala season. Givenchy, 102 NE 39th Street, (305) 576-6250. For a look that can take you from day to night, Burberry’s silk and wool A-line dress will keep you in the happy hue. Burberry 112 NE 39th Street, Suite 101, (305) 423-0078.
Roses traditionally symbolize love and this case it’s no different. Designers are in love with the sophisticated shade of pink that has a more upscale feel to it than seasons past. Delpozo sent a knitted dress down the runway this season that is playful in pink. Delpozo 35 N.E. 40th St, (305) 573-1009. Accessories are also copious in the color for fall, from Loewe’s color-blocked Puzzle Bag to Christian Louboutin’s "Dorissima" pump, all we can do is think pink. Loewe 110 NE 39th Street, (305) 576-7601. Christian Louboutin 161 NE 40th Street, Suite 104, (305) 576-6820.
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