The 26 colors presented during the event are inspired by the world of Nature.
The Trend Area has been set up in a luminous space inside an imaginary and green garden in which, through films, fabrics and colors, a contagious optimism blossoms.
The development of an “eco-awareness” and the search for the creation of a new beauty come together in a Hybrid Nature: the colors become rustling, release a delicate energy, the lines are fluid and unfamiliar spaces are experienced.
The Première Vision Paris color chart for Spring/Summer 2019 is predominantly in medium saturation colors. Few vibrant tones, contrasted by very dark and deep shades that give a sense of heaviness to the whole range.
The color proposals of the collection are distinguished by their freshness: even the warm colors have mostly a cold secondary component. From lighter to darker colors, the shades of orange, red, purple and brown are the most numerous, while a fair variety of green encroach in shades of blue and yellow.
A subtle play of contrasts between complementary shades of earth and vegetation.
Looking at the Première Vision Paris color chart can be identified four categories:
- Vibrant Colors: fluorescent orange, bubble-gum pink and emerald green.
- Soft Colors: beige sand, peach pink, lilac iris.
- Medium-saturated Colors: strawberry red, sage green, brick orange.
- Deep Colors: dark brown, purple aubergine, peacock blue and navy.
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: Turtledove, Brick Orange, Peacock Blue, Dark Brown.
Colors: Yellow Oil, Purple Aubergine, Brick Orange, Light Blue Cornflower.
Colors: Peacock Blue, Beige Sand, Strawberry Red, Navy Blue.
Colors: Bubble-Gum Pink, Emerald Green, Lavender Purple, Peach Pink.
The colors shown in the images are Pantone TPG Colors, identified by thecolorforme.com and are inspired by the color chart Première Vision Paris S/S 2019.