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The need for tweed. Chanel’s jacket, skirt and cashmere scarf are all available at the Bal Harbour boutique.

By Jessica Mehalic Lucas

Pink isn’t a color we usually associate with Fall, but it brightened up the runways in every shade. And instead of playing the princess card, it’s gone all cool girl with a more sophisticated, sometimes edgy side. Jump on the trend now; it’s going to be the hottest color come Resort time.

Karl Lagerfeld kicked off the Chanel show with a succession of stunning tweed looks in vibrant pinks and berries. The mid-length skirts pay homage to Coco, though high slits replace her kicky pleats. For Chanel bag addicts, add a bold pink Boy Bag or tweed mini bag to your collection.

 

Exquisite tailoring runs throughout Bottega Veneta’s Fall collection, with pleated lingerie-fine dresses stealing the show. Tomas Maier masterfully makes pink with a touch of sparkle both elegant and alluring in this soft wool Lurex dress. The detachable top adds an extra element of intrigue to a cocktail party stunner.

 

Bubblegum pink patent sandals with studded metal detail. Leave it to Miuccia Prada to create another pair of killer shoes we absolutely need in our closet. Paired with argyle socks on the runway… we say, why not?

 

Alessandro Michele worked his eclectic maximalist magic for Gucci and this candy-colored ensemble is one to covet in its entirety. The silk georgette shirt, pleated mini, crystal earrings, flower pin and metallic sandals are the ultimate in monochromatic cool. As for that GG Marmont matelassé shoulder bag in pink leather; it’s the icing on the outfit.

 

An accessory in a soft shade of pink is an easy way to take on the trend. Go for glam with Stella McCartney’s oversized sunglasses featuring the brand’s signature Falabella chain along the arms. P.S. The square silhouette works on just about every face shape.

 

Clare Waight Keller centered Chloé’s collection on adventure-seeking Frenchwoman Anne-France Dautheville, who traveled across Europe and the Middle East on a motorbike in the ’70s. Wanderlust-loving looks mixed soft and hard elements, like this tiered blouse in shantung silk with leather biker pants.

 

When you want to turn things up, head over to Versace. While the leggy look is always in at the house, Donatella created lean but doable shapes and eye-grabbing prints. Pops of fuchsia fire up the scratch print knit dress, ideal for your next late-late night out.

 

Statement sneakers elevate everything from denim to dresses. Our latest obsession: Dolce & Gabbana’s suede kicks, detailed with sequins and pink lapin fur.

 

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