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ABEYANCE

Spring/Summer 2018-2019


Introduction

Abeyance (a·bey·ance) (əˈbāəns/) is known as a state of temporary disuse or suspension. It can be described as being in a state of remission. This is a pause after years of discontroled consumerism, fast fashion, and fast lives. Consumers are going to see their lives with clarity, focusing in the well being and connection with humans. We will have a virtual pause, where the ultimate luxury will be withdrawing to settings with an untreated state for experiences and life adventures. After all of the natural disasters and tragedy the world has been facing lately, future consumers and generations will learn to ruminate and appreciate the inherent, human contact, family, nature, and design. This will be a new lifestyle.


Untreated


Untreated (un¡treat¡ed) means not preserved, improved, oraltered bythe use ofa chemical, physical, orbiologicalagent. In a time were we will have an abeyance from technology and uncontrolled consumerism, we encounter with acceptance for anything, from gender, age, ethnicity, and flaws, all beautiful in their natural state. This mood and trend will play a major role in humans, settings, and objects. No chemical, physical or biological modification will be desire.


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Clarity


Clarity (clar·i·ty) (ˈklerədē/) is the quality of being clear, in particular. This perception of clarity involves everything in our lives, our environment, technology , clothing, and food. Consumers are finally realizing the cost of their purchases, this will create consciousness among them, demanding companies to be clear on the detail process of our products. This transparency will allow us realize how our products are being manufactured, delivered and their environmental and social impact.


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Withdraw


Withdraw (with·draw) (wiT͟Hˈdrô,wiTHˈdrô/) means remove or take away (something) from a particular place or position. For years we have been living in a fast paced and hectic life. We will finally come into a withdraw from the speed of the cities. Retailers will showcase nature's beauty with interesting visuals, transporting consumers to a shift in their lifestyle with an interest for living greenery, living walls, terrariums, and a sustainable mindset.


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Inherent


Inherent inˈhirənt,inˈherənt/ adjective: inherent existing in something as a permanent, essential, or characteristic attribute. Inherent is define as the essentials, the luxury of choosing quality over quantity. This is what consumers lifestyle is going to become, choosing only the elemental for every aspect of life. We step away for filling their life with a quanitity of objects from quality things that will last for decades.


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Ruminate


ru·mi·nate verb: /roomnāt/ Think deeply about something. Consumers will start think deeply about their life, the world, decisions and the times we are living in. Moments with family and friends will be more appreciated than ever before. The natural disasters and hard times the world today’s society is living, time will be the ultimate luxury. This contemplation and deep introspection will be key for all of our actions.


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