Kyoto Pearl (White), Copper, Winestone (Maroon), Fire Opal (Red), Slate (Blue), Onyx (Black).
A rich, opulent color palette that complimented the sumptuous nature of the fabrics that I chose. Earth and jewel tones are Fall design staples, and I wanted to find a palette that pulled from that but was also something all its own.
The silk wool in Copper. Although it’s a very specialized and unique color, it works really well as a neutral. It looks great in a two piece suit or an overcoat, and pairs well as part of the separates in the collection, even with the cool tones.
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Statement coats are a key piece this Fall. A bold coat or jacket spruces up an everyday outfit and helps you pull off layering with flair. Our Bridgette trench is a true statement piece. The cool muted tone of the Slate is a fresh Fall color option, and mixes in an unexpectedly pleasing way with the warm Gold tones of the contrast trim. It’s an interesting tonal mix, without being overly trendy.
What is your design philosophy when it comes to color classics and/or color chaos?
The Julianna Bass woman isn’t afraid to embrace classic style – on her own terms. Our color palette is versatile enough to inspire individual personal expression, without being bound to conventional ideas of color or presentation.