Never before colours have been influencing future trends as after the lockdown. The relaunch of activities, the occasions to meet people, the desire to live intensively and with optimism the next seasons has motivated a variety of colours and colour variations.
Vivid shades from head to foot have been seen with abundance on the catwalks, luminous bright and dark shades have experimented reflective shot variations, inspiring celebrations.
Quite innovative are the gradient colours, special graded effects that can be monochromatic or polychrome, tonal or contrasting, with a great variety of short or long, overlapped or distanced solutions. Gradient colours are in fact the sequence of similar shades that follow one another in progressive and linear way, creating unique original effects.
Sun drenched oranges and yellows return the image of a hot summer sunset.
Graded tones are cut by broken pleats or plissés.
Intarsia designs alternate mélange yarns and long stripes of random-dyed yarns.
A printed variation of irregular warm tonalities grading into green.
The invigorating palette radiates a feeling of optimistic contemporaneity.
Updated tie-dye techniques tone down elegantly in the darker shades.
Textured knits, pleats, bubbles enhance their 3D look thanks to graded “pebble” effects, inspired by nature…
…or blend with metallic light reflections and sophisticated transparency with a cloudy aspect.
Mineral and watery tones play with undulating reflections.
Interpreted at art, radiating a feeling of pleasure,
tonalities are made to transfer happy sensoriality.
Colours confirm their empathy and flexibility. The moment is appropriate to start innovative itineraries, removing the boundaries of continuity and the rules of tradition to achieve new appearances, providing a great creative freedom to personal imagination.