Seeing Green

by Anton D. Javier
Runway images courtesy of Sacai
09 Mar 2018

For Spring, add pops of this fresh, cool hue to your existing wardrobe with this tightly edited selection of accessories

An assortment of green-hued looks paraded down Sacai’s Spring/Summer 2018 runway show, which proved the lasting impact of Greenery, Pantone’s 2017 Color of the Year. While generally sporty, and at times conceptual (designer Chitose Abe did train under Junya Watanabe and Comme des Garçons after all), the lush looks sparked a green revolution, earning the color a potential spot in wardrobes of gentlemen across the world, which is usually dominated by the predictable trio of blue, black, or white.

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If committing to Kelly Green chinos is a little too much, too soon, we suggest approaching the color with caution. Seek out pieces and accessories in lighter or darker hues — whether it’s a suede blouson jacket or something small like a textured card case.

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From left to right:

Envelope Cardholder in Green Lizard by RSVP Paris

1955 Sunglasses by Oliver Peoples

The Seamaster Olympic Games Collection in Green by Omega

Green Classic Polished Leather Belt by Berluti

Pebble-Grain Leather Portfolio by Valextra

Crazy Hours in Green by Franck Muller

Orford Leather and Suede-Trimmed Nylon Sneakers by Tom Ford

Slim-Fit Suede Blouson Jacket by Prada