Senior Fashion Director Tomoko Ogura Sets The Tone For Summer

In the midst of all the color-blocking that emerged on the runways this spring (and will remain relevant into fall), monochromatic dressing has surfaced as another modern way to play with color. Whatever shade you choose (I’m loving green and yellow), subtle differences in tone will give dimension to your look. Even shades of white and ivory look refreshing when paired together during the summer season. And if you really want to go bold, try wearing one tone head to toe. You will, without a doubt, make a strong yet clean statement. So, which color will you choose? Below are a few of my favorites…


1. Olatz piped pajama top; 2. Proenza Schouler PS1 medium suede bag; 3. Gianvito Rossi pointed toe pump; 4. Current/Elliott the Stiletto; 5. Faliero Sarti Glady; 6. Prabal Gurung v-neck sleeveless dress; 7. Manolo Blahnik Carolyne



1. Barneys New York crewneck sweater; 2. Diane von Furstenberg new Boymuda short; 3. Valextra Isis shoulder bag; 4. Rag & Bone legging; 5. Armand Diradourian woven fringe shawl; 6. Manolo Blahnik Campari; 7. 3.1 Phillip Lim beaded-neck dress



1. Cedric Charlier low v-neck inset dress; 2. A.L.C. short full skirt; 3. Manolo Blahnik Kahikalow; 4. Hoorsenbuhs white strap cuff; 5. Acne plisse shirt; 6. Chance wide stripe tee; 7. Rag & Bone sliver tuxedo jacket