Go­ing Green

The new di­rec­tion for olive tones? Think mod­ern mil­i­tary in­flu­ence with el­e­ments of ca­sual sports­wear

Hong Kong Tatler - - Style -

For­est and army green have al­ways tra­di­tion­ally been paired with neu­tral hues or navy tones when it comes to suit­ing. But when it comes to a more re­laxed in­stance, a com­bi­na­tion of green with jet black or char­coal grey can give your ensem­ble a fresh spin. Pur­veyor of cool Neil Bar­rett gives knitwear a new com­pos­ite— checks, star in­tar­sia, felt pan­els and even a roll-neck col­lar come full cir­cle. Ric­cardo Tisci’s new Rider bag for Givenchy per­fectly en­cap­su­lates how these hues can be styled for the com­ing months. It’s prac­ti­cal at its core, with a touch of mil­i­tary in­flu­ence.

Green light Mod­els back­stage at Neil Bar­rett; belt by Delvaux; shoes and look by Bally; mes­sen­ger bag by Givenchy by Ric­cardo Tisci

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