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Spring/Summer ’17 Womenswear Color on the Catwalks by Trendstop

Trends

As of Thursday, September 8, 2016

Saturated shades create statement styles. Global fashion forecasting agency Trendstop presents the lowdown on the major color trends and key applications emerging at the Spring/Summer ’17 Resort collections. Deep dense blues and hot-blooded reds have a luxurious appeal, layered up for an amplified effect. Creamy vanilla tones cool things down, adding a fresh and feminine flavor to utility looks.

Red Brick

Fiery oxblood reds embolden the SS17 palette with a new richness. Saturated shades give utility casuals, relaxed co-ords and sporty outerwear a statement presence amplified by single color layering.

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Helmut Lang

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MM6 Maison Margiela

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Tomas Maier

Vanilla Cream

Cool vanilla tones look fresh for summer as soft creamy pales contrast with crisply starched cottons. Sugar-sweet shades lighten up structured utility pieces, lending a feminine touch to clean silhouettes.

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Sportmax

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Sacai

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Calvin Klein Collection

Rich Denim Ink

Denim blues evolve for SS17 with luxurious deep dark indigo tones. Tailored denim and polished leather complement the sophisticated mood, elevating casual outerwear to high-fashion status.

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Hermès

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Wes Gordon

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Balmain

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