While leaving plenty of space for black and all shades of brown, from camel to scorched earth, the colours of this autumn-winter’s clothes are vibrant, almost joyous.
First and foremost shocking pink, the base colour for the entire Valentino fashion show, and not only.
Barbie pink isn’t only used for little accessories but dominates entire outfits, from shoes to stockings and through to coats, without forgetting bags. A real barrier against negativity, perfect for recharging the batteries.
Don’t worry if such a striking colour isn’t to your taste because pale pink was just as ubiquitous on the catwalk, also in ethereal floral patterns, such as the cloak covered with flowers that one of the Graces offers Venus in the famous painting by Botticelli.
Red is no longer just a festive Christmas shade but a colour to wear every day. A cross between a sports garment and a long evening gown, Gucci, in collaboration with Adidas, presents its red dress, a guaranteed winner.
Latex boots, stay-ups, leather or cloth jackets with black trim, coats, voile dresses, miniskirts, any style and any type of clothing has its version in red. Even the most sceptical among you will fall in love with it.
White is one of the most fashionable colours of the winter. Chic, proud and pure, a true symbol of peace.
Lots of outerwear in this colour was paraded on the runway during the various fashion weeks.
Oversize or fitted coats, with haute couture shoulders and sleeves, perhaps fastened with a single jewel button to give the garment an extra touch of class. Also dresses, trousers and boots to complete a pure total look.
Aquamarine, both elegant and relaxing at the same time, becomes part of the autumn wardrobe.
Finally, orange, violet and lots of graphical patterns.