If 'Ultra Luxe Ultra Glam' in Vogue France is any indication, mustard-colored separates are how fashionistas plan to set off the typical dark neutrals and thick cold-weather fabrics that are so prevalent in fall. Anne-Marie Brouillet did a killer job for this shoot, elongating the silhouette of model Kim Noorda with high-waisted wide leg pants and then giving it some shape with an avant-garde origami skirt and padded shoulders a few shots later.
'Ultra Luxe Ultra Glam' in Vogue France was shot by David Oldham; check out more shots from the editorial above.
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