Whether it’s the iconic colour blocks from Saint Laurent’s Piet Mondrian-inspired sack dress from the ‘60s that entice you or the newer stacking and layering technique that catches your eye, colour blocking is a fashion trick that encourages the wearer to get creative with colours and push boundaries with them.
We’ve all heard of the “little black dress (LBD)”— the one thing you know will work each time, when nothing else will. It’s time to make space for another unsung hero of your wardrobe that’s just as versatile, but unfortunately a lot more underrated — the black shoe.
While there is no debate on which is the better style, here are 5 ways to drape your favourite sari the next time.
Y2K fashion, also known as "millennial" or "Gen-Z" fashion, is a trend that has been gaining popularity in recent years. This trend is characterised by a nostalgic, retro aesthetic that harkens back to the early 2000s when the internet was still relatively new and smartphones were just starting to become mainstream.