Despite each designers’ tendency to leave their mark and integrate the shade in a different way and on different textiles, there seemed to be a common colour theme to be detected: ton-sur-ton. Much of what has been shown, if not a one-piece, were ton-sur-ton silhouettes, combining top and bottom in the same shade. A textbook example was Maria Grazia Chiuri at Christian Dior, who proved herself a true advocate of the colour, presenting a show which for the greater part consisted of denim and other blue-hued staple pieces, from light to dark, transparent to opaque.
Furthermore, there was an innocent-looking pastel blue baby doll at Rochas, daringly bright and vibrant silk at Joseph
and one navy tailored suit after the other. Not to mention the dozens of other brands who couldn't pass up on the opportunity to leave their mark. The convenient truth is, there’s a sea of possibilities and there is no right or wrong in this case.