TFL has released its new 'Color Trends & Fashion Inspirations' catalog for the autumn / winter 2009/10 season. The catalog was realized in association with the two well-known designers Carmen Rimoldi and Sergio Belloni. The main advantage of this trend book for TFL's customers is that it is published 21 months in advance of the retail season.
The issue Autumn/Winter 2009/10 implies the idea that trends are only real trends when they become a style. Music represents the harmony of contrasts and in that way also stands for creating new fashion styles by mixing colors and contrasts. Especially with such a personal touch a new style can be created.
The color preferences, general fashion considerations and styling directions in TFL's 'Colour Trends & Fashion Inspirations' are divided up into three categories: Chic, Classic and Casual:
Chic shades are inspired by digital prints and holograms. This trend is dominated by solid and cold tones. Midnight blues and earth tones as well as deep pink are opposing and in that way creating a world of playful patterns. The interaction of functional blues and structured browns open out onto turbulent explorations that burst forth in stormy alchemies.
The Classic world is characterized by diluted color effects. Clean and earthy colors play a big role in this section. In curious combinations they seem to be like an experiment. Brown and green tones mixed together create a hint of mystery in combination with gray and foggy shades.
Casual colors reflect the style of mixed technologies. Juicy orange tones, drunken scarlets and neutral nuances combine in a dangerous relation. The way how a dynamic brilliance and shining is created seems like a magic formula. Pavement grays brought together with dazzling lights are a contrast to passionate and theatrical tones.
The TFL 'Color Trends & Fashion Inspirations' catalog for leather is published twice a year. The exclusive editions are available in February and September. Please contact your local TFL partner for details, or have a look at www.tfl.com to see the forecasted fashion and color trends.