The Belgian cartoon The Smurfs first broadcasted in the 1950s has been adapted into a 3D film and been put on in cinemas on August 10. This time, the story moves from the magical world to New York in reality, bringing about a blue wave. In the mean time, on the runways of fashion shows in New York, many big brands are paying tribute to this classic cartoon by making blue their theme color, adding to their designs with romantic yet cool blue. Whether chiffon dresses that trailing onto the ground or uniform-style trench with crossed patterns, under the reflection of blue, they show an intimate feeling that is cool but extravagant. As for the accessories, Giuseppe Zanotti uses fluorescent yellow, dark pink, purple and blue as well as neon blue as the main colors, coupled with crystal, lace and other materials in a mix and match style to create a stunningly impressive visual effects.
This Burberry Prorsum dress in neon blue is designed by Christopher Bailey, who integrates the highly saturated color with large checkered plaid to show the modern London style of the 1960s. The classic trench coat designed with vintage collarless and small squared collar, showing your neck line perfectly.
This outfit from Gucci is designed by Frida Giannini, who is inspired by the pop singer Florence Welch. High-necked sweaters in draping style and the wide-bottomed pants matched with fur-collared jacket reflect the charm of the trend in the 70s.
The whole look is from Dolce & Gabbana. Pointy-collared suit coat in jacquard fabric mixes feminine characteristics in the large men’s outfit. And the series with printing patterns of five stars adds more delicate sense of art to the chiffon dress.
Designer Donatella Versace revamps the classic Versace look in its peak period. The black tightly-fitting black coat matched with the chiffon dress with high slit in ostrich feathers tight coats and high slit impresses people with individual independence and chic style.
Emilio Pucci is often in utilization of ink green, purple and aqua blue colors, the designer Peter Dunda dyes the traditional curves as well as geometric patterns in the hand-drawn style and attaches them on the elastic fabric, making the slender outfit look more sensational.
Katy Perry’s look with printing dress and blue patent leather womens shoes on the premiere of The Smurfs has become a big fashion hit.