Like undressing a delicate rose, peeling one petal back at a time, watch the mystery unfold.
Inspiration takes from lush foliages and beach front views along PCH. The palette is made up of reflections from the deep sea to coastal fronts. Shades of sandy browns compliment turquoise sea glass, leaving an artful appeal to the eye.
Multiple shades of blues were seen on the catwalk of this years S/S New York's Fashion week among designers Jeremy Scott and Vivienne Tam.
Young Contemporary - Night Out In Bangkok
All dressed up in shades and tints of reds and purples.
Monochromatic shades of reds and violets flirt with the nightlife of neon signs and hushed secrets, implementing blushed pinks which balance the palette from start to finish.
East Asian influence from embroidery of snakes and tigers to silky draped silhouettes will still be a big influence in the S/S '18 season. Reds will be huge, often seen in head to toe looks. Read up on Edited's take on the trending color here (number 8).
NEW ! Active is now a part of the DO! divisions.
Active - The Right Moves
Requires the utmost vibrancy of just about every color in the coloring box.
Pastels are essential when it comes to choosing colors for the S/S '18 season. This palette gives off a contemporary and urban vibe. Bright and cheerful turquoises, yellows, coral and lavender compliment grey and white- seen as staple solids within the activewear realm.
With the demand for sportswear rising and athleisure seen as a continuous trend, it is certain that activewear is becoming more casual and seen in retail more often. As people become more on-the-go, they want a look that can transition from day to night. Read more on how activewear is in the spotlight.
Home Fashions - Solstice Eclipse
Humdrum colors brought to life in a one-day phenomenon.
Calming enriched browns mixed with russet reds are ideal for a sheltered and cozy filled abode, paired with shades of browns create deepening emotions of warmth. Finishing touches of coral coincide with modern exquisiteness of silvery grays.
While coral has been emerging as a key accent color over the past few years, it is now one of the main color ranges replacing a familiar face- dusty pink. It is not only seen in interiors and home fashions but product design and apparel as well. Interior companies like Bend Goods and Zero Lighting can be seen using coral in their latest collections.