One of the most common trends we’ve seen on the runway this season has been two-toned color blocking on garments.
Using both neutral tones and bold primary colors to lend a geometric and dynamic look to a garment can add great depth.
Alexander McQueen used the two-tone trend to create a striking look for his unexpected collection in Milan.
He opted for more flesh colored tones, stitching them together to create an otherworldly silhouette.
YSL had a more elusive approach to two-tone.
The similarity of color in the fabric subtly enhances the overall garment.
Keep an eye out for this trend in upcoming shows.
Photos courtesy of the Fashion Spot forums.