For F/W 2015, the dominant palettes confirm various themes that place a renewed focus on contemporary sport, and plenty of luxe classics that can translate to cityscapes or country scenes. The color stories for this fall/winter range from midtones to a batch of urbane darks. So here are the top four colors for this season!
One of the key colors for all markets is the shade of spruce green. Often shown in head-to-toe ways, it looks refreshing for fabrics like cotton sateen and even wool flannel for oversized overcoats.
The new taupe for the season is a cooler version of khakee with a bit of a pink cast. Adding dimension to basic silhouettes and classic jackets or outerwear, it’s a neutral to watch for coming seasons.
A chilly charcoal grey is a beautiful extension of the many neutrals for fall/winter. With tactile-heavy fabrics, you can see the added dimension from such a rich and moody shade.
Artificial tones of brown in coffee breathed new life into fuzzy mohair sweaters and other basic fall styles. With a high level of intensity, it is one of the most directional hues of this season.
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