Friday, March 1, 2013

London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2013 Color Trends.

While Mary Katrantzou, Meadham Kirchoff and McQ went for a strictly monochromatic colour palette to focus more on the structure and design of the clothes, other designers offered colourful collections interspersed with the deep and dark tones known for fall.

Mustard. Emilia Wickstead, Maria Grachvogel and Jonathan Saunders took inspiration from the creamy tones of mustard when it came to fall color palettes.

From L-R: Maria Grachvogel, Peter Pilotto, Jonathan Saunders, Emilia Wickstead and L'Wren Scott

Fuschia. The intense tones of fuschia spiced up fall collections from Tom Ford, Duro Olowu and Japer Conran.


From L-R: Moschino Cheap and Chic, Jasper Conran, Tom Ford and Duro Olowu

Teal. Made a splash on the fall runways of Julien McDonald, Whistles and Paskal.


From L-R: Julien McDonald, Emilia Wickstead, Whistles, L'Wren Scott and Paskal

Black. An essential for fall, black acted as a backdrop for silhouettes and designs at PPQ, KTZ and Mary Katrantzou.


From L-R: From L-R: Bernard Chandran, Sass and Bide, PPQ, John Rocha and Felder Felder

Yellow. Yellow maintained its sunny disposition on the runway of London.

From L-R: Julien McDonald, Bernard Chandran, Japer Conran, Sass and Bide and PPQ


Red. It was red hot on the catwalks of Julien McDonald, Mathew Williamson, Clements Ribeiro and House of Holland.


From L-R: Eudon Choi, Alice Palmer, Bernard Chandran and Margaret Howell



Maroon. Maroon made a resounding entrance as one of the colour trends to look out for come fall.


From L-R: Felder Felder, Bella Suavage, Sister by Sibling, Clements Ribeiro and Preen

Burnt Orange. Marques Almeida, Michael Van Der Ham and Richard Nicoll brought burnt orange onto the fall runways of London.

From L-R: Marques Almeida, Zeynep Tosun, Richard Nicoll, Bernard Chandran and Fyodor Golan



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