Winter White made the strongest impression on catwalks for the Fall 2013/14 season. Just keep your spaghetti bolognese at a distance whilst dressed head to toe in this look. It may not be the most practical trend, but it’s one of the new seasons most wearable trends, easily replicated from the wardrobe’s of most women…
Stark, fresh and minimalist; shades of oyster, eggshell, alabaster and antique whites were layered together to create a kind of snowy sandwich. Different shades were varied so subtly, but made intentional as part of the look.
To get the look right, go for striking texture and cut- my favourite boys at Proenza Schouler did this best as they paired a thick bouclé tweed back with woven strips of leather. Crafty handiwork and no doubt an expensive combination from the label whose RRP’s continue to rise as they expand on their accessories development and e-commerce, and maximize on fabrications since their relatively new financial backing.