Celebs are on red alert this season – and here’s our pick of the best fiery fashion in Dubai.
As well as picking up the ‘best actress’ award at the recent Emmy’s, Nicole Kidman definitely should have scooped best dressed in this season’s hottest colour. If top-to-toe red is a little fierce for your fashion tastes, we’ve picked out some safer scarlet fashion choices for you. Because this is one shade that’s going to be smoking all season. Remember you ‘red’ it here first!
Nicole Kidman in red Calvin Klein at the Emmy’s
A slouchy red knit is one way to embrace autumn/winter’s fiery trend. Team it with a denim of midi length skirt (tomato red if you dare) for a nod to the 70s style of the season. If you can’t stretch to Victoria Beckham, Massimo Dutti has a range of red knits to keep you cosy – and on-trend.
Red knit jumper at Victoria Beckham’s autumn/winter show
Sheer shirts are a more weather friendly way to make sure your friends and family are seeing red this season. Spotted outside Christopher Kane, stylist and influencer Natasha Goldenberg rocked the trend, teaming it with the check print to maximize her style credentials. Fashionistas looking to shop the trend should head to Maje, who have a multi-tasking sheer shirt with a yolk of frills across the chest to pay homage to folk chic at the same time while staying red alert.
Influencer Natasha Goldenberg outside Christopher Kane
99 Red Balloons
When it comes to high fashion, sometimes only a dress will do – and this full-skirted cocoon skirt from Cos is a definite showstopper. Nipped in at the waist, before ballooning out into a flattering full skirt that ends just below the knee, this piece is lightweight enough to take you through the season back in the summer again. Now that’s what we call red hot!
Cos’s balloon dress flares in at the waist, priced at 595 AED