Trend Watch: Ultra-Bright Accents on the Runway

Can't get down with all-over color? This summer, add a splash of acid-yellow, hot pink or neon green.

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Give your summer ensembles an electric shock with bursts of acid-bright color. A multi-tone clutch -- like this one from Louis Vuitton -- is a simple way to incorporate the trend into any outfit.
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Hot orange heels at Christopher Kane gave his soft pastel shades a jolt of life.
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Neon green bracelets and streaks of hair color gave Altuzarra's spring collection a sporty, futuristic feel.
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A neon chartreuse top like this one from Bensoni is a perfect foil for the season's warm orange and pink hues.
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Dsquared2 paired preppy classics with brightly colored totes and satchels.
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At Galliano, the designer paired his candy-colored dresses with even brighter seashell necklaces.
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Aussie designer Josh Goot worked with puffy wet-suit material in a range of bright candy colors for spring.
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A classic liberty-print got new life at Karen Walker paired with florescent orange separates and accessories.
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'70s-inspired pops of color at Marc Jacobs felt summery with just a dash of "groovy."
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Neon gems and bright orange lips at Ohne Titel balanced the brand's sleek black separates.
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Pops of acid yellow at Proenza Schouler made tribal design references feel fresh and modern.
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Rag & Bone layered sheer orange separates over graphic prints for an edgy, arty look.
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Suno rounded out their funky ethnic prints and tribal accents with strong, color-blocked pieces like this yellow and black maxi dress.
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A shiny chartreuse bucket hat at Tommy Hilfiger gives a classic preppy look a playful twist.
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Florescent piping gives Versace's simple nude cocktail dress a dose of space-age chic.
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