Autumn/Winter 2020/2021-Trendy Colors in London
According to Pantone color experts, the forecast for AW 20/21 in London favors a generous palette of noteworthy colors that communicate the idea of longevity and endurance.
According to Leatrice Eiseman, ED of Pantone Color Institute, “AW 20/21 is a story of mindfulness as we see stripping back of color to the essentials. Prevailing in singular color statements, Pantone’s color story conveys a message of strength and purposefulness with a sense of optimism.”
Here are the color trends that you will get to see in London Fashion Week 2020 which will be held in September.
Mandarin Red: An amplified and provocative orange-infused red tone, Mandarin Red is a dynamic force.
Samba: A voluptuous sultry red, Samba introduces an upbeat energy.
True Blue: A definitive and reliable blue hue, True Blue is constant and ever faithful.
Exuberance: A good natured and expansive orange shade, Exuberance conveys a message of spontaneity and happiness.
Military Olive: Military Olive is a strong and stalwart green tone imbued with a rich narrative.
Celery: Botanical in feeling, Celery is a vital yellow green that reflects the natural freshness of nature.
Ultramarine Green: Ultramarine Green, a deep cooling blue-green, exudes self-assurance and poise.
Strong Blue: The red undertone we see in Strong Blue injects vibrancy into this confident blue shade.
Burnt Henna: A robust red shade, Burnt Henna combines heartiness with sophisticated earthiness.
Tawny Birch: A rugged and woodsy tan shade evocative of rustic nature.
Jet Stream: Jet Stream is an off-white suggestive of our affinity far raw and recycled.
Sheepskin: A rich camel tone emblematic of naturally colored fleece.
Dress Blues: Dress Blues conveys a message of integrity and credibility.
Sleet: Highlighting our desire for longevity, Sleet is a timeless gray that is dependable, solid and everlasting.