Even if the Pantone Institute has picked up the classic blue as the color of 2020 - “eternal and credible with elegant simplicity”, the fashion world traditionally couldn’t do with just one shade and has added several ultra-fashionable colors to the fashion color palette.
Among them, there is spectacular lavender, delicate mint and juicy fuchsia shade. They are great to be combined with each other or to be worn one at a time, being inspired by the images of fashion influencers from all over the world. In the selection made by the Vremena Goda Galleries you’ll find a game of color performed by Chiara Ferragni, Emili Syndlev, Leonie Hanne, Jeanne Damas and other Instagram stars.
Hints of lavender and lilac have not gone out of fashion for several seasons in a row, but this summer they have presented themselves particularly prominent. Self-Portrait and Givenchy models have walked down a runway in lavender dresses, Chiara Ferragni and Leonie Hanne have been shining in the Instagram chronicles wearing lavender outfits. Chiara Ferragni harmoniously combined lilac shade with catchy fuchsia and pale pink, Leonie Hanne counterbalanced the lavender with beige and refreshed it with aquamarine.
Mint and pistachio shades seem to have been created for a celebration, as they evoke associations with sweets and ice cream. Cherishing their inner child, some fashionistas, pick up these shades to create cute baby doll images. Others, on the contrary, bet on contrast, combining this naivety with strict black. Another part of fashionistas is following Emili Sindlev, the Danish stylist, who stakes all on a sophisticated mix of mint with blue, emerald and pink.
Runways of the World Fashion Weeks were full of outfits of dazzling fuchsia shades. Valentino, Off-White as well as other brands with one voice suggest girls don’t be shy about looking bright. After the unwanted lockdown, when each outing is worth its weight in gold, fuchsia has received even greater attention. How to make a wow effect without overdoing it with accents? For example, Erika Boldrin, combines a maxi dress of fuchsia trendy shade with square toe shoes. Martha Hunt creates a casual look by means of white sneakers. Jeanette Madsen is carrying the main accent in her hands, her clutch successfully echoes the rosy pattern on the dress.