I thought so at first, but was really surprised seeing that I fell in love instantly with that black based pattern and stripes clothes.
Overall is black a pretty thankful and giving "color". One may argue, that black is no color, but the result of fully light absorption.
Basically the absence of color.
In 1982, launching Yohji Yamamoto and Rei Kawakubo outside of Japan in Paris, their style in layering and especially black is described as turning point:
"At the heart of this nothingness was the color black. Black, at the time, was a subversive choice. It was the color of mourning, of subcultural rebellion, of emotional dissonance, of artistic distemper. It was the essence of the avant-garde." (read further here: Voguepedia)
Why do you choose black?
Shades by Diesel, Moto Jacket by F21, Shirt, Shorts and Necklace by Osmosis, Earrings bought at Harajuku, Tights by Falke, Pumps by Diana
What do you think?