PREMIÈRE VISION PARIS-COLOR TREND: FALL/WINTER 2018-2019

The latest edition of Première Vision Paris has seen as a protagonist for Fall/Winter 2018-2019 a color range of 22 shades.

Compared to the Fall/Winter 2017-2018 proposals, an additional color was added to the collection, ranging from 21 to 22 colors.

The color trend Area “Le Forum” was set up with large suspended white balloons. The muffled atmosphere under a sky of  “white clouds”  has made a frame for the exposed colors. The motto of this edition is CLOUD OF FASHION.

The shades of the Première Vision Paris color chart are not very bright, despite the presence of vibrant colors. They dominate medium saturation tones and very few are light colors.

One can notice a prevalence of warm tones, with the lively red and orange colors, matched to a wide range of neutral, some powdery and desaturated. Within the palette there are 4 darker colors, much more dense than the Fall/Winter 2017-2018.

 

“The colour range opens new exploratory perspectives spurring creative and cheerful alliances between different types of colors.”

Source: Première Vision Paris

 

Looking at the Première Vision Paris color chart can be identified four categories:

  • Vibrant Colors: orange, red, mauve, green.
  • Light Colors: yellow, beige, grey.
  • Desaturated Colors: pink, blue, green, neutrals shades.
  • Dark Colors: brown, purple, 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.

MAN WEAR

Colors: High Rise, Dried Tobacco, Petunia, Bluejay, Bayberry, Meadow Mauve.

 

CASUAL WEAR

Colors: Dried Tobacco, Oil Green, Bayberry, Coronet Blue, Silver Mink, Amber Gold, Vibrant Green, Desert Rose.

 

SPORT WEAR

Colors: Amber Gold, Petunia, Green Essence, Canary Yellow, High Rise, Cameo Blue, Bayberry. 

 

WOMAN WEAR

Colors: Green Essence, Jaffa Orange, Meadow Mauve, Bayberry, Petunia, Ketchup, Desert Rose

 

 

 


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 2018-2019.


 

 

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