Our #colouroftheweek is Cyan blue. Seen on the autumn/winter 2014/15 catwalks and at the spring/summer 2015 fabric shows, Cyan looks poised to join Cobalt, as a future trend for layered blues rather than singular statement pops emerges.
Credit: Versace, autumn/winter 2014/15
Subscribers see womenswear catwalk colour for autumn/winter 2014/15 here.
WGSN guides global and cultural colour direction. Our team of experts identify, analyse and predict key colours that will drive and influence the commercially successful products and services of the future.

Our #colouroftheweek is Cyan blue. Seen on the autumn/winter 2014/15 catwalks and at the spring/summer 2015 fabric shows, Cyan looks poised to join Cobalt, as a future trend for layered blues rather than singular statement pops emerges.

Credit: Versace, autumn/winter 2014/15

Subscribers see womenswear catwalk colour for autumn/winter 2014/15 here.

WGSN guides global and cultural colour direction. Our team of experts identify, analyse and predict key colours that will drive and influence the commercially successful products and services of the future.

Our #colouroftheweek is Midnight Blue. We’re still feeling a trend for deep, endless blues and love this magical shade by Lalique, made possible by their technical research into pigments for crystal.

WGSN guides global and cultural colour direction. Our team of experts identify, analyse and predict key colours that will drive and influence the commercially successful products and services of the future.

Our #colouroftheweek is Midnight Blue. We’re still feeling a trend for deep, endless blues and love this magical shade by Lalique, made possible by their technical research into pigments for crystal.

WGSN guides global and cultural colour direction. Our team of experts identify, analyse and predict key colours that will drive and influence the commercially successful products and services of the future.