Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2013 show (images:Style.com)
As one of the biggest trends of the season, I have talked about the
Monochrome trend or the art of contrast quite a bit I know! It’s featured in my trend round-up for the season, a trend for home decor, as trending wedding theme and I have even talked about it for local fashion in Pinner.
Just in case you were thinking it is only me who is mad for the monochrome trend, it’s only we take a look at all the monochrome ensembles celebrities have been sporting in the past year, on the red carpet, off duty, general parties and shenanigans. Dior, Chanel, Marc Jacobs, Moschino and many of the well-known and talented designers all went crazy for the art of contrast, just click-through the gallery to have a look ♥
Emma Watson in Chanel Couture at the Cannes Film Festival Fearne Cotton during pregnancy Jessica Alba at the Golden Globe Awards after party in Louis Vuitton Eva Longoria sporting monochrome Frankie from The Saturdays is a popular ASOS coat Carey Mulligan in Vionnet at the Cannes Film Festival Emma Watson in a Roland Mouret top and Phillip Lim trousers Heather Graham in Talbot Runhof Jennifer Lawrence at the Cannes Film Festival in Dior The Duchess of Cambridge in a Topshop dress, elegantly dressing her bump Louis Vuitton checks for Kirsten Dunst showing the art of contrast isn’t simply black and white Cute monochrome ensemble worn by Kourtney Kardashian Kylie Minogue in Moschino at the Met Ball earlier this year Subtle monochrome for Miranda Kerr in a Victoria Beckham dress Jessica Alba in monochrome Loving the monochrome, Nicole Richie Rochelle from The Saturdays during pregnancy in a cute monochrome dress Zoe Saldana at The Cannes Film Festival in Emanuel Ungaro Olivia Palermo during London Fashion Week Kim Kardashian loved monochrome during pregnancy Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looking fabulous in monochrome Nicole Richie in a monochrome ensemble Miranda Kerr looking chic in a monochrome blazer Victoria Pendleton during London Fashion Week Beyonce at the Grammys earlier this year The Saturdays as a whole inspired by the monochrome trend during London Fashion Week