Color blocking within the lady style is often combined with directional cuts styled with stitch motifs and panelling. Tonal colors, architectural structures, layouts and earthy tones elevate the modern urban femininity.
Checks play a key role for the lady style. Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu combine the achromatic chequerboard with large-scale color blocks to show nonchalance. Victoria Beckham and LOEWE use kwise and purl stitches to create the fluid effect.
The color-blocking borders are appealing. Bright colors at the front center, closure and sleeve make a statement. Ribs and tapes add volume and tactility. Stripes add a slim and chic effect.
The U shape is turned upside down to perfectly link the sleeve with shoulder for modern softness. JUZUI and Plan C use horizontal stripes and vertical textures to make a contrast. Slim and fitting shapes accentuate form. Julianna Bass opts for simple black knits and transparent threads to add a luxe effect.
Tonal or contrasting colors add depth and interest. The harmonious layout celebrates the delicate quality of modern urban women. YE’SbyYESIR opts for black and white stripes for transitioning which create an elegant and premium effect.
Geometric shapes are emphasized on tight base layers and cardigans. Victoria Beckham’s neat blocking at the sleeve, waist and body, the uneven surface at Balmain and Mugler, the color-blocking textures at Palmer Harding and J.W. Anderson are eye-catching.
The dresses at Giorgio Armani and Ricci Yummi feature architectural structures. Neat color blocks and the simple black and white contrast underline femininity. Rosetta Getty’s repetitive color blocks exude a classic and artistic feel and interpret the premium spirit of urban women.
Cable knitwear pieces at Pringle Of Scotland and See by Chloé feature black, white, grey and camel to create the understated twist. Ballantyne combines color blocking with reverse sewing to further the soft texture. Melange yarns, metallic yarns are contrasted against different stitches to add a premium effect.