Fashion Forward

Your style is the world’s first impression of your brand. It doesn’t matter if you’re a size 0 or a size 18. As long as you are put together people will be drawn to you. Looking your best instills confidence that is attractive to others. Here are some tips on putting your best fashionable foot forward.

 

September 20, 2016

PANTONE FALL FASHION
COLORS 2016

 

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Monopoly of Colors. Pantone Fall Fashion 2016.

Last spring I discussed the shades of the season based on PANTONE’s color forecast. Every spring and fall they release color chips that correspond with the runways. Fall is in the air and the first official day is this week. What better time to go over a few ways designers used PANTONE’s fall color palette in their collections for 2016.

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Prada Fall 2016
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Kenzo Fall 2016
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Chanel Fall 2016
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Tom Ford Fall 2016
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Fendi Fall 2016
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Gucci Fall 2016
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Alberta Ferretti Fall 2016

Now that you have the color palette and you’re well-educated on the ways the pros use them, go incorporate the “it” colors into your wardrobe this fall. Have fun!

 

References:
pantone.com
vogue.com
prada.com
kenzo.com
chanel.com

tomford.com
fendi.com

gucci.com
albertaferretti.com

— PM

 

March 10, 2016

PANTONE SPRING FASHION
COLORS 2016

 

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Monopoly of Colors. Pantone Spring Fashion 2016.

With the first day of spring closely upon us, what a great time to discuss the colors of the season. PANTONE releases color chips every year that correspond with the spring and fall runways. Here are a few ways designers used PANTONE’s spring color palette in their collections for 2016.

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Fendi Spring 2016
Chanel-Spring-2016
Chanel Spring 2016
Chloe-Spring-2016
Chloé Spring 2016
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Louis Vuitton Spring 2016
Versace-Spring-2016
Versace Spring 2016
Burberry-Spring-2016
Burberry Spring 2016
Gucci-Spring-2016
Gucci Spring 2016

Using the runway as your guide, you too can incorporate this season’s most prevalent colors in your wardrobe. Now get crackin!

 

References:
pantone.com
vogue.com
fendi.com
chanel.com
chloe.com
louisvuitton.com
versace.com

burberry.com
gucci.com

— PM