Colour Trends 21/22 from the New York and London Fashion Week is going to be today’s inspiration! These two events are always the most expected of the year, both the autumn/winter walk as well as the spring/summer. There are always refreshing colours coming from Pantone’s report and we will take these amazing colour choices and apply them to interior design.
Colour Trends 21/22
New York Fashion Week
According to Pantone Color Institute experts, colours trends 21 22 for Autumn/Winter from New York highlight our desire for a wide range of colours that embrace and accommodate the various circumstances of our lifestyle; colours that encourage personal expression whether sensible or quirky; colours that embrace the calm and healing as well as express a rainbow of hope and joyfulness.
“Offering a range of pragmatic hues infused with vivifying bright pops, colours for Autumn/Winter 2021/2022 offer a plethora of possibilities that support our lifestyle of continual reinvention and convey a promise of reemergence,” said Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute.
Colour Trends 21/22 – NYC
Colour Trends 21/22 NYC – Core Classics
Pantone 17-5104 Ultimate Gray & Pantone 13-0647 Illuminating
A message of happiness supported by fortitude, the combination of Pantone 17-5104 Ultimate Gray and Pantone 13-0647 Illuminating is aspirational and gives us hope. We need to feel that everything is going to get brighter – this is essential to the human spirit.
Pantone 18-6022 Leprechaun
Leprechaun is a wondrous green hue emblematic of the mythical imps featured in Irish folklore. Green is the colour of balance and harmony and can, therefore, be helpful in times of stress.
Pantone 17-1340 Adobe
Adobe is a warm and supportive sundried clay. Colours used in the home can be so helpful in providing us with a balanced environment. This clay colour is the colour of fun and sociability and can be used in any activity area and creative area.
Pantone 18-1453 Fire Whirl
Fire Whirl is a vigorous red with a dynamic presence. Red is energising and excites emotions, and can stimulate the appetite; red and its variations can make a space feel warm and cosy.
Pantone 18-4434 Mykonos Blue
Mykonos Blue is a brisk blue evocative of the Aegean Sea. Blue is calming relaxing and healing colour. Also the colour of communication.
Colour Trends 21/22
London Fashion Week
Highlighting ingenuity and resourcefulness, Autumn/Winter colours trends 21 22 for London Fashion Week encourage paradoxical artful statements. Mixing playful with practical, this season’s colours reflect the reinvigorated desire to create, whether injecting a contemporary view into heritage or imposing an urban style on nature and the great outdoors.
“A colour range of heartening hues reflective of the natural environment in our local surroundings inspires our creative energies and awaken the desire for a replenished perspective on the application of colour, one where whimsy and charm combine with pragmatism and our ideas of heritage re-envisioned and our connection to nature is reinforced,” said Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute.
Colour Trends 21/22 – London
Colour Trends 21/22 London – Core Classics
Pantone 16-1348 – Tomato Cream
Tomato Cream is a buttery brown that warms the heart. Brown is often seen as solid, much like the earth, and it is a colour often associated with resilience, dependability, security, and safety.
Pantone 17-4245 – Ibiza Blue
Ibiza Blue is a stirring island blue hue that rouses our interest. Blue can also be associated with wisdom, creativity, loyalty, and spirituality. Too much blue or blue that is too dark can lead to sadness, depression, and a feeling of emptiness. Light blue promotes serenity and it can also be used to help with insomnia.
Pantone 18-1559 – Red Alert
Red Alert is an impactful red with a suggestive presence. Red has historically been associated with courage, fire, beauty, health, passion, sexuality, power, love, and joy. In numerous cultures, red is the colour of happiness.
Pantone 19-1223 – Downtown Brown
Downton Brown is a metropolitan brown with a bit of swagger. The colour brown relates to quality in everything – a comfortable home, the best food and drink and loyal companionship. It is a colour of physical comfort, simplicity and quality.
Pantone 15-0956 – Daylily
Daylily is an uplifting orange-infused yellow with perennial appeal. Orange is often associated with fire, warmth, beauty, attraction, kindness, optimism, success, abundance, prosperity, celebration, energy, play, and joy.
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