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Thursday
May172012

Making sense of Fall trends: in the RED

L.A.M.B. Fall 2012 /image: Chelsea Lauren for Getty North America

 

There are always so many somber notes at the Fall shows, whether it's New York, Paris, or Tokyo, Fall often means designers are picturing their collections both metaphorically and literally in the the black. But for Fall 2012 there was a surprisingly popular trend towards the boldest of bold hues: bright red.

Monique Lhuiller Fall 2012 /Image:Fraser Harrison for Getty North America

The Blonds Fall 2012/Image:S.Whittle for Style Wylde

 

Whether it was blood or brick the allure of this sexiest of hues could not be denied. Some of our favorite takes on the trend included:

Red on red plaid at L.A.M.B.

Retro-red glamour at Jenny Packham

Red-infused prints at Marc by Marc Jacobs

Red-carpet red at Monique Lhuiller

Red lace with an edge at Collette Dinnigan

Red lazer cut layers at Somarta

Red race-track inspired corsets at The Blonds


Jenny Packham Fall 2012/Image:S.Whittle for Style WyldeMarc by Marc Jacobs/Image: Peter Michael Dills for Getty


Somarta Fall 2012/Image:C.Hope for Style WyldeCollette Dinnigan Fall 2012/Image:Piero Biasion for Getty Europe

 

Michael Kors Fall 2012/Image:S.Whittle for Style Wylde

 

 

Nervous about going balls-out bold with red this season? We suggest starting slow by adding a few bright accents to your basic black looks until the color feels comfortable. Or, simply throw on a neutral outerwear piece over an all-red ensemble to quiet down the color, a look we loved on the Michael Kors runway. 

 

For more images and trend reports direct from the runways check out Style Wylde's exclusive  Mercedes Benz Fashion Week coverage from New York and around the world.

 

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