*images via style.com, photographer: Yannis Vlamos The colors! The prints! The color blocking! I know that I have tennis on the brain (USOpen), but this collection seems like wonderful inspiration for a collection of tennis dresses. It has a flirty feminine feel, but undertones of strength and a no-frills attitude. Love it. I hope that [...]
Posts Tagged as ‘color blocking’
September 9, 2011
June 7, 2011
Trend Forum’s image credits (top to bottom): Narciso Rodriguez images via style.com, “Verde y Negro” (1995) via Flavorwire, “Cobalto y amarillo” (1915) via artnexus, “Red with White Triangle” (1961) via Flavorwire, “Unknown” via dipity I was moments away from starting my post about Narciso Rodriguez’s Resort ’12 collection when I saw this beautiful post from [...]
June 6, 2011
*images via style.com, courtesy of Jason Wu I love how Jason Wu softened the color blocking trend with these ladylike art nouveau inspired florals. I wish I could wear these dresses all summer long!
May 31, 2011
*images via style.com Did everyone have a fantastic weekend??? There are a few resort collections trickling out and I am going to try and just post those that really strike me for their interesting print collections. Last week I posted a few pics from Oscar de la Renta and that is my favorite collection BY FAR, [...]
May 26, 2011
I love the balance of prints in this Winter 2011 (Australian Calender) collection from Hussy. They incorporated bold prints, fine lined prints, watercolor prints and color blocking to create a collection that really speaks to their urban hippy customer. A great example of well executed print merchandising!