Ready Made Colour Trend Book A/W & S/S
dir=”ltr”>All elements of design like shape, form, texture, colour etc. all contribute to making a design and one change in any element will affect the design. Fashion designers, interior designers, product designers and brands in trading and other industries all use all the elements of design and follow and create the trends in the design world. But out of all the elements, one has the power to have an instant and lasting impact and that is colour. Colour of a design is what one notices first and probably what a product or item is remembered for. Colour also invokes physical and emotional reactions according to studies and so needs to be used in design in a purposeful manner. dir=”ltr”>Warm colours are used to represent summer, heat, fire etc. but the context changes the perspective altogether, For example- orange is generally a happy colour but when used in the fire it can create fear in some. Cool colours like blue, green etc. create a peaceful and serene feel but as the saying goes “Monday blues” it could also mean depression and gloominess, dir=”ltr”>Colour has its own symbolism. One visualises red as love and passion as well as danger or stop. Cultural and religious influences play a major role in colour choices. dir=”ltr”>Readymade colour trend forecast book A/W and S/S is a book that analyses and forecasts colour trends that focus on the flourishing colour palettes for all design industries. In interior design, the designer uses colour to combine his/her design sense and the client’s choice. Every colour invokes a different reaction based on its use and people choose different wall colours or furnishing colours based on their temperament and purpose of the room, dir=”ltr”>Brands and companies are selective with their logo colours as the recognisability of a depends on it, dir=”ltr”>Fashion uses colour trends vastly- dir=”ltr”>There are so many set codes for fashionwear. Formal apparel uses subdued colours while casualwear uses bright palettes. Every season also has its own set colour codes. The fact that black or darker colours make one appear thinner while lighter colours affect the appearance of weight is an accepted theory. Choice of colour can affect the way other people react to you. Many studies prove that yellow is an approachable colour while white makes one appear pure and serene. Colour generalisation is most prevalent in fashion design. dir=”ltr”>Readymade colour trend forecast book A/W and S/S is an all-inclusive book of colour trends that could be used by all design industries. The book analyses all the past and current colour trends and forecasts future colour trends. All kinds of designers, brands and manufacturers should get a hold of the readymade colour trend forecast book A/W and S/S as it is a valuable tool and gives accurate information on colour trends for the next season. dir=”ltr”>The colour codes are categorised according to 8 colour-themes and each is fully illustrated with short introductions that give a summary of the displayed colour theme, dir=”ltr”>Has a general colour card with 64 different colours that are organised in its colour themes and moods, The colours in the book are Pantone cotton swatches with the Pantone reference on cardboard stripes that are removable. The book also has extra cotton swatches for one’s own colour cards. It has widespread colour samples of lustrous viscose satin, woven cotton poplin and even matte cotton yarn, dir=”ltr”>Each theme has marked colour moods and key harmonies to display the main 3-4 colours of each theme, dir=”ltr”>Has separate colour cards categorised under “A Feminine World“, “A Masculine World & liquor”, “An Active World & liquor” and “An Interior World”? dir=”ltr”>The book is published 18 months in advance and designers can plan their designs beforehand with the help of the inspirational colour trends and themes in the book, This book can be a buyer’s guide to the colour trend of the next season and one can decide on bold colour choices 18 months in advance based on the colour trend forecast. The book has helpful tips and key notes on each theme and colour moods described and that helps both designers and buyers. dir=”ltr”>Review-
- dir=”ltr”>Designers from every industry use the inspirational fabric swatches and trimmings as well as the recommended colour themes in their collections,
- dir=”ltr”>Designers are informed about rage of new palettes and the burst of experimental combinations of colour,
- dir=”ltr”>Designers find this book very user-friendly and they study the innovative themes and moods displayed and adapt them to own requirements,
- dir=”ltr”>Published 18 months in advance to the next season,
- dir=”ltr”>Present 8 colour inspirational themes with helpful summaries and key notes for designers,
- dir=”ltr”>Have colour swatches on removable cardboard stripes with Pantone reference,
- dir=”ltr”>The additional cotton swatches measure 90 x 90 mm,
- dir=”ltr”>Comes in a ring binder that is easy to handle.
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