Poppy Delevingne colour blocked her wardrobe as she stepped out for the Thomas Sabo launch party in London last night.
The 26-year-old British model was the best dressed at the event in a loose grey tank top, stone wash skinny jeans and a bright blue blazer.
Cara Delevingne’s older sister completed the look with a pop of colour, clashing her blue blazer with red ankle boots and a killer red lip.
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Jessica Biel also colour blocked her wardrobe last night, clashing her emerald dress with Turquoise heels at the after party for her new film Playing for Keeps.
It's not the first time Jessica has colour clashed her wardrobe, joining stars including Kelly Osbourne and Rashida Jones who've jumped on the trend.
Valentine’s Day actress Jessica Biel wore a Rolant Mouret colour block dress on the Late Show with David Letterman recently, which she clashed with a pair of turquoise heels.
28-year-old Kelly Osbourne teamed her mustard yellow and orange sleeved top with a fuschia pink pencil skirt and nude heels at New York Fashion Week SS13. She completed the look with a dogtooth print clutch bag and oversized sunnies.
Parks and Recreation actress Rashida Jones stepped out in a indigo Peter Pilotto trouser suit for the Trevor Project Live in LA last week, which she clashed with a pair of hot pink heels.
The colour blocking trend was also seen on the SS13 runways and fashion experts predict it will be huge next summer.
"Forget 'red and green should never be seen'. Whoever said that clearly wasn't looking ahead to the riot of colour on the spring 2013 runways.
"From Quality Street shades at Burberry Prorsum to printed primary colours at Peter Pilotto, next season is all about bright, bold colours – and the more merrier," said Emily O'Brien, editor of fashion and social shopping website Styloko.com.
"For beginners, pairing differing shades of the same colour, a la Jessica Biel, is the perfect way to ease yourself in.
"But pros (and the brave) should follow Poppy Delevingne's example and clash contrasting primary colours together for best effect. Red and blue was a particular favourite on the runways and looks especially effective when worn with a nonchalant attitude."
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