Trends Autumn/Winter 2012 / 2013: The Blue in All Its Versions

The Blue klein or electric It is the tone that dominates our wardrobe this season, but there are also some proposals in more pastelosas ranges or turquoise. Blue is a very favoreceor, easy to match color and ideal to wear anytime of the day.

Chanel

Both in his collection of Haute Couture and the ready-to-wear Chanel advocates of this color in bold, futuristic designs and with much glitter. Metallic models ideal for night combined with transparent details or color.

Haider Ackermann

Haider Ackermann He is the King of the volume. Collection autumn/winter 2012 / 2013 shines coats and oversize coats, skirts and baggy pants, and all fabrics of warm cloth and midnight blue. Most own designs to wear during the day in winter.

Miu Miu

The male style of Miu Miu We see it in Blue tailors or tweezers cropped pants, with smooth or stamped, more feminine blouses items perfect to go to the office. There are also some concession to the turquoise.

Rochas

Rochas commitment to retro prints in seventies aires suits male and dressed very closed. Clothes without grace, in my opinion, with geometric patterns and fabrics bright. Too much!

Lanvin

The blue klein is the favorite of Lanvin for slumping designs, female skirt pencil and very sharp curves. A dress simple but sophisticated cocktail that you can wear to the office, an act of day or dinner.

Moschino

Blue klein in all its versions is the tendency of Moschino. Pieces whole in this tone or combined with black or white. I love the coat, not so much the shirt and leggings, too daring. Some of the supplements also come in this color.

Balenciaga

Nicolas Ghesquière It has created a futuristic collection of combinations of colors and fabrics that set the trend this season. Mixing fine gauze with details of leather and metallic touches, transparencies and futuristic fabrics, and the most ubiquitous color: Blue.

A Matthew Williamson He likes Oriental prints, mainly in blue, combined with bright colors.

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