The Spring/Summer 2018 range of Première Vision Paris comes in different shades of light and bright. Intensity, energy and freshness are the main features of this chromatic collection in which shades of green and blue dominate.

Luminous shades radiate a deliciously floral brightness. Greens are imbued with freshness, and blues verge on purples.

Acid colors like green and very lively colors like orange, burst into shades of less decisive.

Four categories of color palettes can be identified:

  • Vivid, fluorescent, intense Colors: from yellow to orange, to fuchsia and to green
  • Soft, bright, evanescent Colors: like pink powder, lilac, and gray-blue
  • Powdery, desaturated Colors: from beige to green
  • Dark and “terrains” Colors: like clay and brown

The 21 colors of Première Vision Paris for the Spring/Summer 2018 are as follows:

  1. Pink Tinged
  2. Acid Green
  3. Egg Yellow
  4. Air Grey
  5. Salmon Pink
  6. Poker Green
  7. Video Green
  8. Crushed Turquoise
  9. Solar Beige
  10. Morning Blue
  11. Oxydized Green
  12. Pink Paradise
  13. Offshore Orange
  14. Winning Taupe
  15. Enigmatic Purple
  16. Shocking Fuchsia
  17. True Brown
  18. Clay Red
  19. Divine Blue
  20. Heady Mauve
  21. Shadowy Green

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: Crushed Turquoise, Air Grey, Oxydized Green, Shadowy Green, Solar Beige, Shocking Fuchsia, Pink Tinged, Divine Blue, Salmon Pink.


Colors: Winning Taupe, Salmon Pink, Shadowy Green, Enigmatic Purple, Heady Mauve, Divine Blue, Pink Tinged, Poker Green, Acid Green.


Colors: Egg Yellow, Acid Green, Shocking Fuchsia, Heady Mauve, Crushed Turquoise, Clay Red, Pink Tinged, Divine Blue, Video Green, Offshore Orange.


Colors: Poker Green, Divine Blue, Shocking Fuchsia, True Brown, Pink Paradise, Egg Yellow, Offshore Orange, Acid Green.


The 21 names of colours shown here are taken from the event Première Vision Paris S/S 2018.

The colours shown in the images are Pantone TPG Colours, identified by and are inspired by the colour chart Première Vision Paris S/S 2018.