Fall 2016 Men’s Trend: Seeing Red

Seeing Red Everywhere This Fall

The color red gives a much needed boost to an otherwise neutral, monochromatic fall/winter season  Intense shades of red ranging from oxblood, to maraschino cherry red stood out on almost every major runway on both sides of the Atlantic.  This makes red a must-have color to add mileage to your wardrobe. To add to the intensity of the hue, a number of designers from Siki Im , Costume National, Dior Homme, and Kenzo showed head to toe monochromatic silhouettes with varying shades and textures to add depth and break up single color.

Alexander McQueen, Balmain for H&M, Siki Im, Costume National, KTZ, Gucci

European designers such as Kenzo, Paul Smith, and Gucci paired red with different shades of pink to create a subtle sophisticated play on the color red. Dark reddish brown was layered with brighter shades of red to form a rich contrast between inner and outer layers. Red undoubtedly provides warmth and vibrancy to a fall wardrobe of dark neutrals, navy, gray, and black.  The bright color guarantees you’ll stand out in a crowd and is a sure sign of confidence.   Saint Laurent, Burberry, Bottega Veneta, Dior Homme, Sacai, Kenzo

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