London Fashion Week was the second of the four global fashion events for Spring/Summer 2020. In this article we are going to talk about the color trends of Spring/Summer 2020.
This type of red gives heat and eregy and it has dramatik and dynamic look. Basically impossible to ignore this type of red. At the London Fashion Week we saw Fiery Red on House of Holland and Dilara Findikoglu‘s shows.
Feel the positivity with Flame Orange. This tone of orange reminds us summer. Richard Quinn used that color with blurred summer time flowers.
”A time honored blue hue Heritage Blue speaks of tradition, dependablity and continuity” said Pantone Color Institiue. Marques’ Almeida used that color as a plain , on the other hand Richard Quinn used that color with gorgeous floral prints & patterns.
This beautiful color engages warms. This color has been used by Huishan Zhang and Warm.
This perfect version of blue cools with its sooting presence. Julien Macdonald used that coor with perfect way.
We saw Classic Blue at NYFW and it continiued also at London Fashion Week. Upcoming season we will see that color probably everywhere.
Shocking fuchsia tone catches the eye. Dilara Findikoglu and Erdem used that color for their designs.
One of the deepest color from London Fashion Week.
This eyecatching yellow color expresses optimism and positivity. As we mentioned previous posts Victoria Beckham used that kind of natural colors.
This perfect green tone has used by Edeline Lee and Richard Quinn.
Red with an earthy brown under tone.
Blossom reminds us romance. Emilia Wickstead and Marques’ Almeida‘s designs could be the best example of that color.
Cuban Sand helps to feel comfort and this kind of colors are the best choice for spring and summer times.
Reminds us midnight time.
Pure, clear, soft everything about peace. It is easy to feel peace with that color. During the next summer everyone should have any piece with that color in their wardrobes.
The pearly grey looks classy. Famous brands such as Burberry and Erdem gave a place that color in their collections for Spring/Summer 2020.