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6 Colours & Prints to Start Wearing Now

These are some of the colours and prints every woman should have in her arsenal this autumn.

Kendall Jenner in Fendi

Ready to update your wardrobe with some autumn friendly pieces? The great news is there is bound to be something that calls your name amongst this season’s big fashion stories.

Call it checkered, tartan or plaid, this print trend is extremely lovable and absolutely shoppable. We also look at other major looks designers want to see us in, from head-to-toe power red and 50 shades of blue to dresses that will have you jigging a folkloric dance.

Scroll through to see which hues and motifs to start wearing now that autumn is upon us. 

Feeling Blue
The question isn’t if you should wear blue, it’s which shade of blue. Designers offered a wide range, with colours like turquoise, as seen at Valentino and Nina Ricci, taking centre stage. For chic evening looks, designers like Giorgio Armani and Saint Laurent paired inky blue with black. Plus, the designers in London focused on a special shade of the colour to honour the late designer Richard Nicoll, who always incorporated the hue.


Nina Ricci

Saint Laurent

Check it Out
Checks should definitely be honoured some space in your closet this season. If you’re looking for a work piece, a bright plaid from the 70s or a relaxed lumberjack-style, brands like Stella McCartney, Gucci and Bottega Veneta can all help. What’s more the print can be found on just about anything from coats, skirts, dresses and suits to flannel shirts and crop tops.

Bottega Veneta

Jenny Packham

Stella McCartney

The Power of Red
According to our favourite designers, power red should be worn from head-to-toe this season, accessories included! Max Mara and Fendi presented power red this way, with the latter providing a knee-length coat, matching statement boots and bag. What’s more Givenchy’s first collection without Riccardo Tisci guiding the way is entirely red. Tod’s, Monse, Victoria Beckham and many more have helped make crimson the shade du jour. And armed with the knowledge it suits all skin tones, there’s nothing we need to wait for.'


Max Mara


Eclectic Folk Mix
For a look that spells individualism, there’s nothing like some arts and craft inspired touches. This look also and celebrates multi-culturalism as you can mix and match unexpected prints from around the world. The fabrics, including patchwork, and colours seem so fun and will certainly have you turning heads. When something is this romantic and headline-making designers like Gucci, Valentino and Alexander McQueen are involved, you know you can’t go wrong.

Alexander McQueen


Maison Margiela

Glittery Glamour
Whether it’s all the silver in Chanel’s space-inspired collection, the gold and silver sequins and sparkles at Isabel Marant and Dolce & Gabbana or those to-die-for Saint Laurent Swarovski-coated boots, there are many dazzling looks to choose from this season. Adding a metallic shine with lamé is another way to amp up your evening look over the next coming months.

Dolce & Gabbana

Isabel Marant

Michael Kors

Back to Brown
The various shades of brown, from milk beige, camel and Otter brown to the darkest shade possible, seen on the runways are a visual explanation of why you should wear it instead of black this season. The soft and faint shades are versatile, while the ones on the darker side create a sense of comfort and stability.


Jil Sander

Marc Jacobs

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