FALL 2019 TRENDSETTERS - PART 1
Colors mirror the woods filled with the mass of trees and shrubs but are solarized and corroded in a natural decay. Surfaces are uneven yet sync with nature, raw earth, and mineral hues. Crackled, weathered, tie-dyed, and petrified wood patterning with 70s flair in rust coat, gravel, sugar almond, hickory, carob, biking red, and flint.
A new twist on fundamental black and white arises in unexpected forms of futuristic minimalism. Natural elements are translated in pixilated depiction. Naive yet meticulous in contrast, surface patterns inspired by flora with smart finishing and polish in shades of onyx, optic white, salt, and frost.
The rainbow of colors is a global mix of urban wanderlust and eclectic handicraft, high and low tech treatments, and love of shape. Creative color-blocking, smooth and synergized surfaces that are hi and low pile complementary in orange tiger, guacamole, fruit dove, and pebble.
Flowers, nature, plants, and extroverted pink are all creative, joyful, and a vibrant celebration with glamour and gilt. The modest richness and fancy functionality are decorated. A figurative touch and feminine opulence evolve in palatable colors Paloma pink, cloud, dove, and blush.
White on white with alabaster, ice, and pearl combine like a single color in forwarding materials with underlying simplicity and form. Shine, matte, quilted, and ribbed are surfaces united in hue. Elegant tailoring conveys the well-dressed body equalling a well-dressed mind in artisanal luxury.