Pop look explodes

March 27, 1991

Style in the '60s stretched to the max. Artist Peter Max was the inspiration for a run of psychedelic polyester prints that were worn with great glare by the young and the hip.

Emilio Pucci created refined prints for ladies who shopped the boutiques. Everything was bright and beautiful.

After decades of muted shades, color has popped back into fashion and store racks are looking like rainbows.

This is the season to pop for something bright -- hot pink, fuchsia, turquoise, canary yellow, lime green -- in separate pieces or all together.

It's the season to get out of that predictable pattern and choose one with some punch.

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