We're Calling It Now: Everyone Will Be Wearing This Color Next Season

You'll either be pleased or distraught. There's no in-between.

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Getty, design by Betsy Farrell

Back when we were young and stupid, we swore off wearing orange because 1) pumpkins, and 2) it can be harsh on the face. But now that we've matured like a good Stilton, and *everybody*, on both the street and runway, is stepping out in that-which-cannot-be-rhymed, maybe it's time for a change of heart. Material for an epiphany right this way.

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Oscar de la Renta and Monse

A metallic Creamsicle dream. 

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Ulla Johnson

Nars Heat Wave in outfit form.

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Veronika Heilbrunner

In a wavy, graphic print.

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A$AP Rocky

Looks real good with red.

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Camille Charriere

Example #2 re: red. 

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Cailli and Sam Beckerman

Houndstooth! 

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3.1 Phillip Lim

Neutrals against a color you're half afraid of: always smart.

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A Detacher

So is a shade that's adjacent on the color wheel.

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Irene Kim

Blorange + more of the same = gold.

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Sies Marjan

Sherbet.

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Giovanna Battaglia

You might still want a baby pink or blue faux fur, but consider one the color of M&Ms.

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Laure Heriard

Great on a jumper and a bloom-like Céline topper.

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Rosie Assoulin

Like we learnt in art class, blue is the best complement. (A corsage works too.)

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Zadig & Voltaire

Though our favorite pal for orange might just be pink, shown here as the edge of a lacy slip dress. 

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Jan-Michael Quammie

In the tangerine Jil Sander trench of our dreams.

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Showgoer

The best way to make sure neither the street-style photographers nor oncoming vehicles ignore you. 

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Showgoer

Do want.

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Coach

You know, just doing HTT burnt orange in the '70s prairie.

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