The Topshop A/W 2011 Shoot Showcases Stunning Feminine Fashions

By: Emily Evans - Published: • References: topshop and front-row-view
There exists a common belief that floral fashions are strictly suited for spring and summer months, and yet designers have begun to introduce flower-loving designs in fall and winter -- just as this Topshop A/W 2011 collection does. The United Kingdom clothing company Topshop is known for its killer styles and ability to forecast future fashions. Many fashionistas from all over the world look to Topshop to inspire them for the upcoming fashion season.

The Topshop A/W 2011 collection showcases models Nyasha Matonhodze and Hailey Clauson in a dynamic spread. Auburns, burgundys, reds and blacks round out a collection that offers the perfect transition from summer into autumn and winter.

Implications - The use of appropriate color schemes can represent a brand's appreciation of seasonality, and provides consumers with a pleasant transition between seasons. Companies attempting to market products within specific seasons should be conscious of their use of colors.