The unmissable event of the season with the trends of Première Vision Paris, about Fall/Winter 2019-2020, featured a range of 27 colors.
The new chromatic collection, enriched with further 5 colors, is more extensive than the proposals for Fall/Winter 2018-2019.
The Première Vision Paris color chart for Fall/Winter 2019-2020 suggests “moderate” shades. The colors are not overly bright and not too desaturated, some are medium dark and not too heavy. A subtle play of balance between warm and cold tones emerges, combined with a perception of solidity in saturation and likeness in brightness.
“Mirror mirror of my desires, what will be the color trends for Fall/Winter 2019-2020?”
The Trend Area “Première Vision Paris Perspectives” presented itself as dazzling.
On the one hand a large circular mirror was installed which, rotating on itself, reflected the colors proposed by the event. In the adjoining space, total white from the floor to the seats, the Video Trend Area has been set up.
The Blue Sky background, enveloping the entire Area, has welcomed visitors and led them to discover new trends.
“ Fall/Winter 2019-2020 moves dynamically towards likeable and surprising fashions. It cultivates personal expression and celebrates fantasy with a note of singularity. “*
Looking at the Première Vision Paris color chart can be identified four categories:
- Light Colors: cream beige, periwinkle violet and green tea.
- Bright Colors: orange red and acid yellow.
- Medium-Saturated Colors: brown biscuit, mallow and green pine.
- Deep Colors: purple amethyst, midnight blue and dark chocolate brown.
Some videos screened during the exhibition show a series of color combinations, divided into four categories: Man, Casual, Sport, Woman.
Here are some examples.
Colors: Pomegranate Red, Orange Pumpkin, Purple Plum, Beige Safari.
Colors: Biscuit Brown, Stone Gray, Acid Yellow, Pine Green.
Colors: Red Orange, Saffron Yellow, Dark Chocolate Brown, Agate Green.
Colors: Cream Beige, Tea Green, Lilac Gray, Mallow.
The colors shown in the images are Pantone TPG Colors, identified by thecolorforme.com and are inspired by the color chart Première Vision Paris F/W 2019-2020.
* from Première Vision Paris