Shades of Greige

Loosen up and slink about in an ar­ray of earthy neu­trals

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Loosen up and slink about in an ar­ray of earthy neu­trals

It’s time to em­brace a slouch­ier sil­hou­ette, prefer­ably in a muted palette of neu­tral tones. The run­ways were awash with slinky shapes, and even de­sign­ers known for their fig­ure-hug­ging sil­hou­ettes were on board. The once body­con-cen­tric Vic­to­ria Beck­ham, for ex­am­ple, washed and crushed pre­cious silks and vel­vets, and de­con­structed knit dresses to ex­pose clingy knit bras, while JW An­der­son used raw linens, util­i­tar­ian khaki cot­tons, quilt­ing de­tails and ribbed hems to cre­ate a va­ri­ety of easy­go­ing and of­ten wacky sil­hou­ettes. Even Olivier Rouste­ing, king of sexy cling, used net­ting, bas­ket-woven metal­lic knits and slinky chain mail dresses to cre­ate a more re­laxed sen­su­al­ity—but still with plenty of Kar­dashian-friendly neu­tral num­bers, nat­u­rally.

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