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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.


Pantone and Zara collaborate for Spring 2020 collection

Pantone and Zara have collaborated on a project to create a collection of customizable clothing for Spring 2020 in some pleasing hues inspired by nature. The collection has been created using ecologically grown cotton.

The customers can choose both the garment and color in accordance to their personality and personal style. Following are the colors that they have used for the same.


The rose is heated with sun rays; a fruity and fleshy tone that connects us with a sensual abundance that enriches the surfaces. We leave the sugary roses behind and welcome some lights closer to the Earth.


Pacific Khaki evolves towards a more pacifist, vegetable and botanical natural green. A healthier, appeased, neutralized, calm and oxygenated shade.


A blue halfway between a dye Indigo Bleach and a Utopian Blue Sky that displays a soothing touch of irreproachable simplicity and lightness. A faint and shy but liberating tone that is a symbol of transparency and lightness.


Lilac inspired by smoked quartz generates mysticism. A crystalline meditative tone of purifying lightness and quiet. Color that talks about an optimistic futurism, elevation and modernity. Lying between pink and blue, Dreamland is mediating and empathetic.


Beige tone that connects with a past of stones and minerals as a matter that becomes a testimony to quiet feats and expressive fossils, but which also projects us towards a serene future.


Dress to get attention. Sophisticated plumages, paradisiacal flowers that conquer the eye. Clearly energetic and positive, but softened by wear of light. A blunt orange of fair tonality, which is expressed with a bold and at the same time cultured freshness.


Yellow advances calmly with little hurry up the color ranking to stand out. Overcoming the solar and vital tones, this season’s yellows show their more diluted, healthy and fruity side, like pear pulp or chamomile infusion.

Forecast Courtesy: Pantone

Interior Color Trends 2020 by Lenzing

Lenzing’s interior color trend forecast focuses on maintaining an environmental balance by being fully integrated into nature’s cycle. The concept revolves around 3 themes called Timeless, Trash Treasure and Equilibrium.

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