One of the biggest trend this season is color blocking. I know it's a little surprising that a number of fall/winter collections includes bright colors versus the more somber color palette that we are probably used to for the colder seasons. In general I tend to gravitate to more neutral to basic colors, like black, white and browns. So this is why I'm racking my brain on what to wear for the Snow fashion show happening this end of the month. It should be easy since it's an ALL WHITE attire (white pants?! GASP!). It is a themed event and therefore everybody wears outfits in a certain way. I have a few ideas, but I'm still in the process of compiling these ideas.
Speaking of a touch of color, this editorial that appears on the latest issue of GQ Japan shows men how to incorporate color to your looks. Fashion Editor Grant Pearce taps Issac Carew and photographer Adrian Mesko for some Color Play. Pearce styled Carew with pieces by Hermes, Bottega Veneta, Louis Vuitton and Burberry Prorsum to name a few. This is the real world application of color to a look. The looks have enough pop of color without looking like the Unicorn just puked on you.