High impact, low effort: why the red dress is making a comeback

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High impact, low effort: why the red dress is making a comeback

The colour red had more than its fair share of negative attention, summing up everything from anger to promiscuity. But thanks to its popularity in the 1950s, the colour - and specifically, the red dress - also has associations with old Hollywood glamour, and has become a go-to on award ceremony red carpets.

In a red dress, you will always be the centre of attention, making them natural choices for politicians and Royals. Red dresses, short and long, became a staple of Princess Diana’s, and the Duchess of Cambridge has, in turn, stood out in red, from neatly sculpted Preen to off-the-shoulder by Alexander McQueen, the British label that designed her wedding dress. Red is also a signature colour for Queen Letizia of Spain, arguably Europe’s most stylish royal; the stunning Stella McCartney red caped gown that she wore to celebrate the King of the Netherlands’s birthday is available now, with...

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