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Hermès Orange Orange is very vibrant and energetic. We associate its more muted tones with the earth and autumn and the changing seasons. Because of this, orange often represents change and movement and is also strongly associated with creativity. And of course, there is its obvious connection with the fruit of the same name, which also gives it a health and vitality vibe. When you wear orange, you command attention without it being as overpowering as red. It is more friendly and inviting, and less inyour-face. Aside from gracing many a fall season catwalk, orange can be used to great effect all year round when paired with other bold colors. Orange first became the signature color of the heritage French iconic brand Hermès, due to shortages of normal beige-hued paper during World War II. It’s an uplifting and confident color, so this could be the reason we get excited when we see those iconic Hermès orange boxes! That and the fact we’re ever hopeful the box will contain a coveted Birkin bag! 30

Valentino Red In design, red can be a powerful accent, but if used too much (especially in its purest form) it can have an overwhelming effect. Use it when you want to portray power or passion. It can be very versatile though, with brighter shades being more energetic and darker ones more powerful and elegant. Inspired and deeply impacted by a woman’s dress he once saw at the Barcelona Opera, Valentino Garavani made the color his signature in his debut 1959 collection, with a fiery red cocktail dress called “Fiesta”. To this day that unique (and trademarked) shade has made its way into almost every Valentino collection. The specific shade is tricky to replicate, and that’s part of what makes this iconic brand’s pieces so special. A shade between carmine, purple and cadmium, this bright hue has fascinated women for more than 60-years. Red Valentino is a trademark that has changed the course of fashion history. Color plays an important role in my designs as well. I mainly work with a muted earthy pallet and ocean tones, which complement the natural materials I use. These tones are super versatile for pairing with any outfit and bold enough to help you make a real statement when you wear them. Learn More Head over to the Ronitzis Jewlery Shop Read more articles from Ronit. 31

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