Catwalk Color Women's S/S 2015 Take Away
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Immerse yourself in a spectrum of essential shades fresh off the Spring/Summer 2015 runways, as Blueberry Milk and Banana Essence update new season womenswear styles with a contemporary feel, say the Catwalk Team at Trendstop. Directional yet wearable, both of these inspirational colors can be translated into retail merchandising for the upcoming season, working well across apparel, accessories and footwear.
Blueberry Milk: Apparel & Accessories
image courtesy Trendstop: Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Loewe, Lanvin, all Spring/Summer 2015.
A soothingly sweet shade of Blueberry Milk refreshes womenswear with a summery appeal, as seen in Paris collections. Christian Dior applies the color to a lightweight embellished jacket, while fine knits look chic with cut-outs at Loewe. In regards to accessories, we see a luxe jeweled pendant by Lanvin and a quilted leather handbag by Louis Vuitton.
image courtesy Trendstop: Issey Miyake, Artsuro Tayama, Saint Laurent, Kenzo, all Spring/Summer 2015.
Elsewhere, heavily textured fabrics appeal to the touch in the form of Issey Miyake’s slouchy outerwear design, while lightweight wovens stand out with layered skirts at Atsuro Tayama. This soft blue also works well across masc-femme Saint Laurent hats and futuristic visor eyewear at Kenzo.
Banana Essence: Apparel & Accessories
An Optimistic Essential
image courtesy Trendstop:Erdem, Fashion East Louise Alsop, Topshop Unique, J W Anderson, all Spring/Summer 2015.
In London, Banana Essence emerges as an essential new shade, offering a luminous, optimistic note to casual styling. Delicate lace fabrics express a modern femininity with coordinated Erdem ensembles, while material blocked sweaters and loose strand jersey bottoms offer tactile interpretations at Topshop and Louise Alsop. J.W. Anderson demonstrates how dark underlays help the shade to stand out.
Creamy & Bold Contrasts
image courtesy Trendstop: Holly Fulton, David Koma, Matthew Williamson, Giles, all Spring/Summer 2015.
This creamy pastel has also been forecast as one of Spring/Summer 2016’s key Fashion Colors. As seen with J.W. Anderson, Holly Fulton and Giles both utilize black contrasts for a bold statement across embellished pattern panel dresses or revamped kiltie brogues. Elsewhere, David Koma injects a sporty dimension with tonal trim on a top and Matthew Williamson goes chic with soft draping.
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