Stylish new shades of neutrals graced the catwalks the past few weeks. An elegant mix of marble whites, creamy pearls and tans created a modern, pure look, as well as an introduction to chic, warm greys. We love these neutral looks from Simone Rocha and 1205.
Blue was another royal shade to influence the catwalks. Lovely, light sky blues melted into deep, rich navy tones to create beautifully luxurious dresses, such as the ones shown here from Preen by Thornton Bregazzi and Erdem.
Rich berry tones also dominated, from opulent purples to soft pinks to bright fuchsias. A prominent feature was pairing these gorgeous tones with black for a strong, daring look. House of Holland, Mary Katrantzou and Erdem were experts in using berry tones.
Stripes got a bold, diagonal makeover for a whimsical effect. JW Anderson and House of Holland, shown below, both went for a bright yellow to keep the look modern and fresh.
The psychedelic 1960s trend showcased various twirls and swirls, enlarged for maximum hypnotic effect. Bright yellows and pinks added to this quirky look, shown here by Jonathan Saunders and Tom Ford.
Heritage makes another appearance this season but with a revamp. Bold colourways and different scales give this classic print a modern twist. Two of our favourites were House of Holland and Simone Rocha for their beautiful red looks.