Slightly weathered, the traditional primary tones get a wintry alter effect applied. Winter sky blue nds a place as does indigo, a new alternative to black. Vigor, energy and determination associated with red reassures the consumer, offered in a nostalgic rich red through to a sharper interpretation.
In our fast-paced world the palette here embraces the luminosity of light on surfaces. The overall look can be worked to a natural advantage or through the addition of applied luminosity for a futuristic and sharp palette.
Natures’s natural talent pushes through in rich and vivacious deep tones offset by neutral tones. The colors will respond differently, with natural fabrics taking on a deep richness, and membranes and coating through to bright synthetics using these tones to a more jeweled delivery.
Disruptive, irregular and lively, this symphony of colors clash and collide. The palette can be used as solids or creatively chaotic through prints, the level of color from minimal to maximum shout out. Fluorescent and neon feature, pushing this color group to an intense new level. Perfect for working with black and grays.
Iridescence and gleaming substrates will electrify this pastel-looking group. Artificial light tones are key, achievable through trilobal performance yarns and glossy membranes. The scale of working this color group on different substrates can be subtle through to laser optic brightness and awe.
An overview of some basic color directions is part of the brochure of Textile Trends, which you can download here in English.