Pantone Colour Institute published Pantone trends and forecasting for Autumn/Winter 20/21 for the fashion industry. The Fashion Color Trend Report is your guide to the season’s most important color trends.
This report features the top 10 colors, as well as four classic neutrals, we can expect to see on the New York runway as fashion designers introduce their new Autumn/Winter collections.
Pantone Colour Institute published a trend forecast and colour advisory for the fashion industry. This report is your guide to the season’s most vital colour trends. This forecast features the top 10 colours, as well as 4 classic neutrals to be used in fashion industry by fashion designers for their new Autumn/Winter collections.
According to the PCI’s experts, colours for Autumn/Winter 2021 reflect our interest in desirable seasonal classics imbued with personality. Colours whose timelessness and versatility convey a level of functionality, and at the same time lend themselves to unique colour statements that stand out. These colours encourage creativity as well as pragmatism, reflecting the changing mindset of today’s consumer, who prioritizes value and longevity over colour choices that are here today and gone tomorrow.
“Offering a rich narrative, the colour palette for Autumn/Winter 2020/2021 highlights our desire for versatile, timeless colour. Reflecting a ‘less is more’ mindset that is becoming increasingly important to consumers prioritizing value and functionality, our color palette is stripped of excess,” said Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute. “Imbued with strength and personality, colours for Autumn/Winter 2020/2021 encourage our ongoing desire for unique self-expression through creative and unusual visual statements that stand out.”
Newyork Fashion Week colour palette for Autumn/Winter 2020/2021:
Colorful favorites coupled with seasonal core shades come together to create a palette of fresh color classics.
Colour palette for Autumn/Winter 2020/2021 classics:
This season’s core hues are equally comfortable as singular color statements or as the foundation for a rich color narrative.