The high contrast of black and white plays in a fashion face-off this fall.
Give Me Fever
Valentino Garavani black and ivory Shiny Fever platforms ($1,095), Valentino, Palm Beach
The White Stripe
Emilio Pucci Fall 2015
A combination of top-to-bottom geometric black-and-white prints creates fierce optical illusions.
Printed Matter: Mix prints like checks, stripes, and diamonds for a show-stopping look
Opposites Attract: For a more subtle approach, work the trend with solid color-blocking separates
Pen & Ink: Bold and graphic lines take on a new meaning for the classic black-and-white stripe
Metal, resin, and glass stone bracelet ($1,025), Chanel, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens
This fall, put your best foot forward with statement shoes from Salvatore Ferragamo. These heels, pictured in gray crocodile, silver calfskin, and black suede ($3,900; above) and in black, gold, and silver metallic calfskin ($1,950; below), pay homage to Art Deco design through bold, geometric lines.
“Sharply defined graphics, curvilinear forms, luxurious materials: The Deco influence is a tribute to Salvatore Ferragamo’s days in Hollywood as Shoemaker of the Stars.”—Massimiliano Giornetti, Creative Director, Salvatore Ferragamo
Small black cage case ($1,795), similar styles, Alexander McQueen, Bal Harbour
Paint it Black
Black and white leather booties with side buckle detail ($1,250), Roger Vivier, Bal Harbour
Bianca 18-karat gold plated and onyx necklace ($710), Aurelie Bidermann
Jones black bootie ($425), Tory Burch, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Boca Raton
Inspired slingback pump ($1,300), Louis Vuitton, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Boca Raton