When it comes to a man’s wardrobe, colour is a funny old thing. Colourful clothing is generally understood to be risky, bad - sometimes mad - and the mere mention of it is enough to elicit wincing. The sensible man sticks to a core base of black, white, navy and grey.
We can relate. Well-behaved shades are highly unlikely to make you look like a complete and utter mess, but no matter how much you love navy crew-neck jumpers, eventually you’re sure to become fatigued by overcautious dressing.
Technically speaking, anything that isn’t black or white is a colour. So, once colour is not used as shorthand for eye-searingly bright, the prospect of mixing up your palette seems that bit more palatable. For SS17 we’ve explored colour comprehensively, so whether you’re already a colour convert or a novice, you can pick a shade to liven up your wardrobe.