The colour trends are divided into “Wearing” and “Living”, devoting a section to each within the publication. Wearing comprises inspirations and colour trends for garments, footwear and accessories.
The Living section features all colours that will decorate the season’s interior designs.
In “Wearing”, we discover a blend of three key elements: a rock n’ roll soul, style and craftmanship.
Brush off leathers with metallic effects, pearlescent nappa on sheepskin and goatskin, three-dimensional and two-tone effects on bovine leathers are present throughout the collection, with a special attention to the environment.
Certified tanneries ensure an environmentally friendly workplace and process leather with proper tanning solutions that save water and reduce the amount of chemicals used.
Flat moccasins, sneakers and tote bags are therefore both cool and sustainable.
In “Living”, we become aware of experiencing places that are constantly evolving. The climate crisis and human impact on nature are the new priorities that have a direct impact on how we create longer-lasting, correctly produced materials.
Natural grains, soft touch and volume-milled leathers are the essence of this reconnection with nature as they can harmoniously blend with wood fibres as well as with austere stone surfaces.
Digital architecture programmes based on artificial intelligence help us to create abstracted images for a new flower-dyeing look on upholstery patterns.
Being confident that the TFL Colour Trends catalogue will assist you in taking decisions regarding colour trends, we wish you a happy reading.
The TFL Colour Trends catalogue is available now (PDF, 2.8MB) .