During Fashion Weeks, in a crowd mostly dressed in striped Prada, acid Balenciaga or bohemian long pleated skirts, I've noticed that two of the most stylish girls around didn't wear one single piece of color.
One is Emmanuelle Alt, Paris Vogue newly appointed Editor in Chief, whose black total-look kept street-style photographers away from her.
I've found only one picture of her wearing something different from black and it was a white Céline jacket (at the opening of the "Vogue Bar" at Hotel Le Crillon).
The more important you are, the less attention you need.
And the other one is Kate Moss, who didn't give up her rock-star attitude not even for a pair of Isabel Marant red leather trousers.
Maybe her engagement to Jamie Hince has something to do with that.
"Fashion fades, only style remains the same" - Coco Chanel