THE TEN COLOR TRENDS FOR SPRING SUMMER 2018
Catch the 10 trendy colors for Spring Summer 2018. Trends that lean towards bright shades, so reconsider reaching for florals as soon as you spot any semblance of spring.
Trends will take two opposed directions, on one side, towards a strong & vibrant palette that recalls bright pop shades and on the other, pastel hues on light and de-structured garments for an ethereal look.
All nuances going from lavender to pink will be on trend and will take center stage on feminine and totally chic ensembles.
Watch out for our edit of runway looks from New York, London, Milan & Paris and read everything on the colour tones to wear and our tips on how to work them out this summer.
Lavender: This color will dominate the whole summer season. Romantic yet elegant, you can wear it on a masculine suit or a light garment that gets billowy with every step, see Tibi’s Collection.
Purple: Pantone’s 2018 color of the year is Ultra Violet. A color that intrigues with its hybrid, mysterious nature, associated with the seventh chakra where the human meets the divine. ‘Experiment’ is the word for Moschino latest collection.
Rapture Rose: A full, princess-like intense pink shade. Designer Prabal Gurung combines it with sheer & light fabrics.
Sky Blue: A fresh color that resonates with a serene sky. It’s great on mid or full-length dresses like John Galliano’s piece.
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Light Green: Green is back in summer 2018, this time with a delicate and fresh nuance. See in the gallery Acne Studios.
Military Green: Considered now as a neutral hue, just like beige, it often ‘breaks’ elegant or sporty looks on military-style pieces. Presenting Céline’s latest masterpiece.
Milk White: A full warm hue, nothing to do with optical white, cooler and cyber-like. Nobody can do it better than Miu Miu.
Chocolate Brown: Brown is back on the runway. Intense and enveloping, it will be impossible to resist this shade by Jacquemus, just like it’s impossible to resist a chocolate praline.
Yellow: The same shade of the tracksuit sported by Uma Thurman in Tarantino’s Kill Bill. A vibrant, energizing tone of yellow, and a little wild too, just like Tom Ford’s runway piece. Yellow’s comeback for 2018 is strictly connected to purple, it’s complementary color after all.
Tomato Red: A totally bold, entrancing hue. Indulge in voluminous cocktail dresses by Alexander McQueen or sophisticated pajama suits.
There are more ways than one to pull off these top color trends. For those who fear a little color in their closets, the style stars above will inspire you to experiment.