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

Give new mean­ing to wearable art by way of a printed skirt Take colour­block­ing to new heights with patches of hues A vis­ual riot ex­plodes on the streets Like for­tune, fash­ion favours the bold. And the eas­i­est way to en­joy its re­wards is by step­ping up your op­ti­cal game with a mish­mash of prints and pat­terns that look part graf­fiti, part Pop Art. Have fun with snug pullovers spruced up with car­toon-like il­lus­tra­tions, or coats dec­o­rated with vivid patches of colours that can only be har­nessed from a child’s imag­i­na­tion. If you’re up for a chal­lenge, why not un­der­take a DIY art pro­ject and be­deck your out­fit with badges or your own il­lus­tra­tions? Af­ter all, fash­ion also favours those who know how to have fun. Get your pasta fix – with­out the calo­ries

Bag, Furla Go wild with colours and pat­terns Be the talk of the town with Moschino’s over­sized jumper

A mini bag in­stills child­ish in­no­cence Neck­lace, Marni Susie Bub­ble’s eclec­tic mix is

spot- on

Make like Chiara Ferragni and breathe new life into old jeans

Scarf, Tsumori Chisato

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