Bright, Bold red is all you'll be wearing next fall. The fiery hue is making a comeback this season.


Feminine, strong and regal. You cannot fail to notice a woman in red: it’s the color of magnificence, that seduces with all its sunset nuances.


The color red has always been an iconic one for fashion: Who can forget Marilyn Monroe's 1956 siren lace sweetheart dress in the Saturday Evening Post's, or Cindy Crawford's 1991 plunging Versace gown at the Oscars (which now has its own Wikipedia page). 


When it comes to making a statement, it's not simply the color of choice for statement pieces or couture: Red is the bold lipstick, the sole of a designer shoe, the leather of a biker jacket — in different tints, from wine to cherry to ruby. It can even be more powerful as a pair, teamed up with burnt orange, fuchsia pink, or camel to take a life of its own. 


Simply put: Red is the color of a woman in charge. We, of course, knew this already — but the latest runways not only reminded us, but also invited us to revisit the striking hue.


Asking any fashion editor and they'll tell you that for autumn/winter 2017, they've been seeing red. Not just splashes of colour here and there – this is about all-over, entirely matching, pattern-free, head-to-toe red. Not one for the faint-hearted, it was seen at Fendi, where Kendall Jenner's scarlet coat was paired with a matching bag and boots; at Max Mara, where Gigi Hadid showcased a crimson high-neck top with a co-ordinating skirt, coat and shoes; and at Givenchy, whose in-house team unveiled an all-red collection for the French fashion house. 


While Pierpaolo Piccioli wrote a new pop-romantic chapter for the house, whose signature color is, precisely red: the first “Rosso Valentino” debuted back in 1959.


Evangeline looks elegant and sophisticated women in red. She opted for a Celine silk chiffon dress. Paired up with a futuristic sunglasses and a pair of Celine summer 17 sandals. 

Here are some sassy ideas that will definitely make you grab a red outfit: