Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - The Fashion -

It works like this: Last week you thought red and pink clashed and that peach and mint were off-putting. Now you’re not so sure. This is merely a sign that the anti-monochrome move­ment is work­ing. When in doubt or puz­zled that a shade that should look good doesn’t, con­sider the ma­te­ri­als. Cash­mere, vel­vet, chif­fon, and duchesse satin add sub­tle depth to strong hues. Patent leather and PVC can make the sweet­est pas­tels look in­ter­est­ingly sub­ver­sive. Sign up for the full-im­mer­sion pro­gramme. Be­cause colour un­tamed can reen­er­gise far more than just your style. Lisa Armstrong is fash­ion di­rec­tor of The Tele­graph (Tele­

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