The New York Fashion Week has began recently, and, looking ahead, I will say that I didn't see absolutely new trends. So we can assume that our wardrobe doesn't need much changes. Stability in all its glory! Already on the basis of what we saw we can determine trendy colors of the season. My post today is about Trendy Colors Fall Winter 2014/2015, a trend report of which the Pantone Color Institute® showed to the world.
If we talk about color trends, it all seems more interesting than if to say, for example, about a cut or a material (leather, fur, knitted material: they rule in any fall/winter season). I saw a lot of fairly bright hues in collections presented on NYFW. Despite the fact that in the most of collections gray, white, black and of course all shades of brown dominated, they had a lot of bright colors, too. I am particularly in love with emerald green and deep blue shades. All this brings us back from the modern bright acid colors to more noble past's shades. By the way, Pantone Color Institute® believes in this, too: "...designers are fascinated with the beauty of the past and the spirit of the present." Could not agree more!
“This is a season of untypical colors—more reflective of the imagination and ingenuity, which makes for an artful collection of colors and combinations not bound by the usual hues for fall,” said Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute®. "There is a feminine mystique that is reflected throughout the palette, inspired by the increasing need for women everywhere to create an individual imprint."
Which shade do you like mostly?