Prints and decorations for Autumn-Winter 23-24 enthusiastically embrace radical, exquisitely personal creative choices. A boldness relying on timeless patterns, refreshed through the prism of color. Classics of the genre – flowers, geometrics, houndstooths – flaunt exuberantly joyful harmonies unabashedly verging on bad taste.
Find the Première Vision Paris color range here, as well as our other decodings of the season’s color and prints.
At once essential and maximalist, decorations escape anonymity by drawing on the season’s chromatic palette. Timeless motifs – houndstooths and geometrics – herald a wildly spontaneous energy.
Moving between cadence and decadence, dark grounds unveil their full pigmentary power by teaming up with dazzling pale tones and intense brights. This heightens the visibility of patterns with sparer lines by boldly venturing into a desaturated chromatic excess.
The color palette seeks an experimental and artisanal note, reinventing floral and folk designs by sweeping them into hallucinatory abstract decorations. Influenced by everyday life, colors evoke the culinary arts and ingredients blended together in strange and deliciously appealing tones. A spontaneous and liberated aesthetic reminiscent of upcycling.
Be sure to check out more of the season’s color decodings, along with the color range created by the Première Vision Paris fashion teams.