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Our #colouroftheweek is Fuchsia. We revisit this lively shade of pink, one of the main colour trends seen recently as Lineapelle. Which, along with other tradeshows, confirms this shade as a key colour for spring/summer 2015. Match to Pantone 18-2436 from WGSN’s colour forecast.
Image credit: Paoletti Tessuti, spring/summer 2015
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We’re excited to hear that Heals are re-launching their fabric business. Both archive and new contemporary designs will be available in store from Saturday
We’re still seeing a lot of hybrid looks at Première Vision, this season there is a cross-over between technical and occasion. Decorative surfaces and iridescent shine is re-imagined in crisp tech fabrics for the sportswear market.
Sequin and jewel encrusted denim. #Ashish AW 14/15 is everything we wanted to be growing up in the 90’s!
Tactile textiles and embroidered leather trousers look set for #AW14 from @MWworld, Matthew Williamson, this #LFW
Lilac fleece rider jacket?! Oh you know what makes us tick!
Pyjama dressing? No, it’s workwear, actually— at @ostwaldhelgason we got the best of both looks with a satin finished denim and coordinating top #nyfw #aw14
Claesens embrace the rock look for boys autumn/winter 2014/15 seen here at Kleine Fabriek. Check out our recent Tartan: boys emerging trend for further insight.
Camouflage capture as demonstrated by Patty Carroll’s - Anonymous Women: Draped series. Great editorial/campaign inspiration…
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