The key-word is color! For some seasons, fashion has rediscovered the pleasure of daring. No more gray or black clothes, the catwalks give us garments and accessories of infinite shades. The Pantone Color Institute, the leading authority in trend forecasting, has just published the color report for spring-summer 2020.

Romeo Gigli AW21

The summer season has always pushed us to wear clothes and accessories with intense and bright tones, but winter will not be less. What emerged from the Milan Fashion Week is the use of strong and modern colors even for the colder months.

Romeo Gigli AW21

How to style pop up color: tips

The fall-winter 2021 fashion will be in technicolor. Green light for the greens, yellows and blues, but all in their most intense version. And then the fuchsia, the raspberry red and the candy pink. A palette to create the most unusual combinations.

Longchamp AW21

Yes, because there is no real rule, designers leave the maximum freedom to create and experiment. The secret is spontaneity, even if there is some little trick. To get the most out of pop-up-colors, it is important to use tones that have the same intensity.

Longchamp AW21

Do you want to combine acid yellow with lime green? Perfect, always choose two shades with the same degree of purity. This, in fact, will allow you to keep the combination in balance. If you are not familiar with the use of psychedelic colors, start by adding simple touches of color to your outfits, such as accessories.

Arthur Arbesser AW21

The best way to get used to the use of color is to dose it in small steps. A pair of earrings, a scarf or a headband, are less demanding than a suit. Gradually you will get used to it and combining multiple shades will become very simple.

Arthur Arbesser AW21

And speaking of combinations, the best results are obtained by combining complementary colors, red and green for example, similar colors, those that contain a common color, or color families. And if you want to find out more, you can book a colour analysis consultation, of course.