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    FASHION COLOR TREND REPORT



    NY Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019


    PLAYFUL EXPRESSIONISM ENCOURAGES AN UNRESTRAINED AND EXPERIMETAL APPROACH TO COLOR


  • Laurie Pressman ┃ Pantone Color InstituteSeptember 5, 2018


  • Each season the team at the Pantone Color Institute creates the Pantone Fashion Color Trend Report; a color overview highlighting the top colors fashion designers showing at NY Fashion Week will be featuring in their collections for the upcoming season. With color on the catwalk a key indicator of the color stories we can expect to see showing up across all areas of design, the Pantone Fashion Color Trend Report is your easily accessible guide to the season’s most important color trends.



    Pantone Fashion Color Trend Report New York Spring/Summer 2019  
    Images extracted with permission from PANTONEVIEW Colour Planner Spring/Summer 2019. See all of our PANTONEVIEW Colour Planner trend forecasts.


    The mindset for Spring/Summer 2019 reflects our desire to face the future with empowering colors that provide confidence and spirit; colors that are uplifting; joyful hues that lend themselves to playful expressionism and take us down a path of creative and unexpected combinations. This season’s report features the top 12 stand out colors, as well as current takes on the four classic neutrals.



    Bringing together high fashion and street style, the mindset for Spring/Summer 2019 transcends seasonality for both men’s and women’s fashion. Vibrant without being overpowering, highlighted shades illustrate our desire for authenticity and our continued need for creativity and relatable, accessible design.




    About the Spring/Summer 2019 NYFW Color Palette:


    Lively hues supported by an array of reliable classics defines the spring/summer 2019 color story for men’s and women’s fashion.





    About the Spring/Summer 2019 Neutrals:

    There will always be a need for structure in everyday fashion. This season’s classics work well on their own, but also serve as a foundation for distinctive color contrasts.