Runway Flash – Bisque It
By Sarah Freiser

Interestingly, the word “bisque” refers to both a rich, creamy soup and fired but unglazed pottery, both of which display a similar warm pinkish …

Dec 19, 2012
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Interestingly, the word “bisque” refers to both a rich, creamy soup and fired but unglazed pottery, both of which display a similar warm pinkish hue. For Pre-Fall, this appealingly versatile color emerges as a fresh neutral, used for everything from minimalist head-to-toe ensembles and dimension sweaters to simple 30s-ish prints, used for vintage-y dresses. – Sharon Graubard


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