Pass the mus­tard

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From lemon to flu­o­res­cent, yel­low is also hav­ing its day in the sun. Dries Van Noten re­cently used prim­rose on monochro­matic pieces and in the form of flower-like prints on black and white sta­ples, Emilio Pucci showed calf-length dresses, and Alessan­dro Michele’s ruf­fled dress with poet sleeves was pure sun­shine. But thanks to fash­ion’s full-on ’70s flash­back, one that’s show­ing lit­tle sign of abat­ing, mus­tard has been splashed all over the run­ways too, and seen lo­cally at In­grid Starnes. And while you prob­a­bly haven’t given it a sec­ond thought since your child­hood when it was paired with brown and orange (shud­der), you’ll find it sur­pris­ingly flat­ter­ing on its own. Ex­per­i­ment with mus­tard in dif­fer­ent fab­rics as well: silk, vel­vet or chif­fon can all add sub­tle depth to this strong shade.

Clock­wise from left: Emilio Pucci Spring/ Sum­mer 2017; Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo Spring/sum­mer 2017; dress, $539, by In­grid Starnes; jumper, $769, by Wynn Ham­lyn.

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