A/W 18/19 color and
There is a quote by the poet Joseph Addison that says
Now that fashion is shifting into new models across the globe, so are co
and pastels are not only embraced in the spring but also in the cooler fa and winter colors are neglected. Strong and vivacious jewel colors are classic. No matter where you are in the world, these colors will be able
s speak all languages”
olor stories. Bright colors are no longer reserved for summer
all and winter days. Although new doesn’t mean classic fall still a favorite for the season and neutral remain a timeless to translate across oceans and “speak all languages”.
- Shani Tsfoni
Contrasting the typical A/W dark tones, feminine touch with sweet colors that remi showcase the soft colors of lavender, soft o to toe looks.
candy colored pastels come into play. Highlighting an ultra inisced of an old school candy shop or ice cream parlor. Outfits orange, lemon, serene blue and of course sweet pinks in head
Bringing a burst of energy through bright co winters. Head to toe looks are seen mimick outfit that cannot be missed from a mile a
olors including pinks, limes and oranges to the otherwise dull king a pop art painting you might see from Andy Warhol. An away.
Deep dark colors create a moody tone w wine, and natural forest tones. These color as velvet.
with a mystery in mind. Colors drawn from inky blues, lushes rs create a bigger effect when paired with luxe fabrics such
BLACK BARBIE GIRL CHERRY
RAISIN CALIFORNIA POPPY
MOROCCAN MIDNIGHT BLUE
Taking colors straight from cool stone colors are draw
m Mother Natures own creation; the earth. Warm sandy tones and wn straight nature creating a perfect color palette for any outfit.
GRAPHITE BARBIE BLACK GIRL CHERRY
PEBBLE RASIN CALIFORNIA POPPY
SAND MERLOT MARGARITA DUN
SAHLE LEMONHEAD BONBON
SAFARI MOROCCAN MIDNIGHT BLUE
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A trend report for A/W 18/19 created for a fashion current trends and forecasting class