The show Première Vision Paris for the Autumn/Winter 2017-2018, presents intense and brilliant colors, interspersed with neutral tones and sophisticated.
The area dedicated to color trend, “Le Forum” is striking: the colors aren’t distant or unattainable, are concrete, palpable and can be seen individually, as works of art.
The visitor can get lost among the tissues in a sort of poetic exhibit between delicate and bright shades.
It can imagine the meeting between colors that have an “ancient flavor” with pop and bright colors or dare with combinations of complementary tones, some more determined and energetic than others.
It emerges among all an interesting range of tones that recall natural landscapes, terrestrial and soils colors. They are different shades of green that characterize the color palette of Première Vision Paris for Fall/Winter 2017-2018.
Sophistication, elegance, classicism and modernity, but also severity and irony characterize the trends for the coming winter season.
The 21 colors of Première Vision Paris for Fall/Winter 2017-2018 are as follows:
- Digital Skin
- White Hours
- Bionic Pink
- Grey Matter
- Blue Tumult
- Earthly Dephts
- Salty Wine
- Vanilla Atom
- Iris Dust
- Hay Gel
- Fake Jade
- Night Watchman
- Junky Chick
- Vegetal Petroleum
- Cold Ember
- Super Mud
- Fuchsia DNA
- Mutant Azure
Some videos show, however, a number of color combinations, divided into four categories: Man, Casual, Sport, Woman.
Here are some examples.
Colors: Blue Tumult, Iris Dust, Hay Gel, Cold Ember, Grey Matter, Night Watchman, Chrysalis, Vanilla Atom.
Colors: Emerald, Iris Dust, Salty Wine, Night Watchman, Cold Ember, Blue Tumult.
Colors: Fuchsia DNA, Fake Jade, Cold Ember, Mutant Azure, Taurine, Grey Matter.
Colors: White Hours, Bionic Pink, Fake Jade, Vanilla Atom, Digital Skin, Fuchsia DNA, Iris Dust, Earthly Dephts.
The 21 names of colours shown here are taken from the event Première Vision Paris F/W 2017-2018.
The colours shown in the images are Pantone TPG Colours, identified by thecolorforme.com and are inspired by the colour chart Première Vision Paris F/W 2017-2018.