Trendstop’s experts have analysed the must-have shades of the season, compiling them into an inspirational spectrum of Fall/Winter 2015-16 colour. Spotted from the front row at the world’s fashion capitals, read on and discover how womenswear fashion can be updated with these directional shades, from apparel and accessories to footwear. As catwalk season continues, we have seen how colour is evolving in New York and London with new collections by influential brands like Opening Ceremony, Proenza Schouler and Marc by Marc Jacobs. This week, FashionUnited readers can get a first look at the key Fall/Winter shade Cayenne.

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A spicy shade of Cayenne combines brown with an orange tint, updating the staple shade with an autumnal Fashion Colour twist. A perfect shade for the fall wardrobe, Cayenne injects women’s styles with an alluring warmth and commercial appeal. In casualwear, this colour adds a laidback look to core pieces across silhouettes and materials, while more striking designs utilise pattern play or sportswear inspirations.

An influential shade on the New York runways, designers show how Cayenne can be applied to luxury-based fabrications for a more sophisticated feel. Lurex fibres and silks create elegance in the form of ladylike dresses, with monochrome colour contrasts adding interest to winter layering. Other highlights include plush fur jackets and glossy reptile skin handbags.

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Images: Opening Ceremony, Lacoste, Proenza Schouler, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Cushnie et Ochs, Zac Posen, Adeam, all Fall/Winter 2015-16.