Seeing Red

The boldest primary color on the spectrum is now the primary hue of the season. Whether fire engine or merlot, it’s best worn as a coat. Floor sweeping silhouettes come in a range of textiles from leather, to wool, and luxurious faux fur. Armani has a coat in every cut including double-breasted trenches, color-blocked robes, and an embellished leather bomber. Jason Wu proves a little rouge goes a long way as it’s applied to a single statement coat in an otherwise muted collection. Inversely, at Givenchy the attitude is clearly go big or go home, as the house presented 27 looks of head-to-toe, unadulterated, red. The collection sees Space Age goggles and sculptural silhouettes meet with delicate chiffon and ruffles, then segway into glamorous draped gowns. Dripping in lacquer red, the futuristic dystopia aesthetic is ever-present at Derek Lam and Proenza Schouler in the form of a leather duster coat and cutout latex dresses. Red light district stiletto boots are standard issue at Fendi. Meanwhile, roomy monochrome suiting is key to power dressing at Max Mara and Jil Sander. And now, the must-haves for this red-hot trend, available in our stores:

  • -Full-length trench coat
  • -Leather boots
  • -Faux fur, coat or accessory
  • -Chiffon, ruffle dress

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