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Victoria Beckham Shows Us The Fresher Way To Do Colorblocking

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    It's a rare day when we see Victoria Beckham wearing color. But, more than one hue in a single ensemble? Stop. Right. Now. But, over the weekend, Posh previewed a dress from her spring '15 collection at the Djokovic-versus-Federer match at Wimbledon, and it featured maroon, white, orange, and navy. That's four — count 'em — four colors in one colorblocked getup.

    While colorblocking has basically become a constant at this point (cropping up in some sort of iteration every season), Vicky B. has somehow found a new way to freshen up the trend. Featuring a swirl of rich hues in a streamlined silhouette, the frock is sophisticated yet impossibly sweet. How perfect for those upcoming weddings or summer shindigs, right? Sadly, you can’t get your hands on this yet-to-be-released dress right now, but we’ve rounded up inspired colorblocked frocks for you ahead. Because, Becks shouldn’t be the only one who gets to look, well, posh.

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The wait is over. Today, adidas released images of its new collaboration with It-Brit designer Mary Katrantzou. As expected, the print-happy Katrantzou added her kaleidoscopic touch to sporty bomber jackets, neoprene dresses and sweatshirts, and the athletic brand's signature sneakers. In fact, her presence is so read

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We're all guilty of it: Quickly snapping a photo of that pizza or ice cream or burger we couldn't wait to dig into, and not-so-slyly Instagramming it from across the table. Why? Because, we're obsessed with #foodporn. We love seeing what others are eating (and showing of our own dishes). There are some plates, however, read