An overall look at the selections made by international fashion brands at Première Vision Paris in September 2019 brings out the major fabric and colour directions of autumn-winter 20-21. The original colours are available in the Première Vision Colour Range.
Buyers’ colour choices indicate a nuanced quest for differentiation. A warm and pinkish neutrality, dark and elegant colourful greyish tones, deceptively natural khakis and brownish hues signal a season of subtlety, where neutrals are acquiring new flavours and a new status. Eschewing any uniformity, these subtly coloured shades advocate a refined originality.
Deep and intense colours are a must in the silhouette, worked monochromatically or in warm/cold contrasts.
A preference for reddish and pinkish tones in tops and light dresses, with deep and luminous colds coming on as a dark horse.
New intensities and novel contrasts drive choices for prints, jacquards, lace and embroidery.
Chic men’s looks embrace colours in dark versions, revealing multicolours without much contrast.
Cottony casualwear is infused with sophisticated and deep neutrals, and luminous warm/cold accents.
Chic men’s shirting goes for rich plains in dark tones, for a new approach to multicolour that updates checks.
Sport and performance embrace the dark tones of elegant citywear.
Outdoor wear opts for warm neutrals energised by vibrant brights.