A priori the Fuchsia It is not a very winter tone but since some years the colours are no longer as seasonal and it shows on the catwalks of fashion. You know that in Jezebel We are doing a comprehensive review of all of the trends autumn/winter 2012 / 2013 so that you don’t lose detail. Fuchsia is a favor and rabid brightens any winter look.
I would say the collection of autumn/winter 2012 / 2013 of Chanel It is wonderful but it is not, in a few words it seems anything successful, but the Lord Karl Lagerfeld It uses Fuchsia on your designs and I can not ignore it. The German designer turns to the off magenta for details such as pants, gloves or shoes, to contrast with the grey and black tones of the sets.
The British designer Stella McCartney It also introduces the Fuchsia in his collections. A Fuchsia almost fluorine, bright and with personality. We see it in fall, wide and silky pants combined with very eighties wool or tweed jackets.
Anna Sui It gives the Fuchsia color some more amusing connotations. Her collection for the autumn/winter 2012 / 2013 is very cheerful, It works with fabrics such as wool or corduroy to create garments very wearable and juvenile. A total look like Fuchsia is too but to combine items loose in that tone seems a success.
Mark Blumarine Fuchsia-opt in Plush coats extra large, combined with white and silver futuristic aires booties. Not valid for shy women designs.