Fashion Color Trend Report: New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2021
A RANGE OF SHADES INSPIRED BY THE BEAUTY OF NATURE SUPPORTS FLEXIBILITY AND REINVENTION
Published for the fashion industry by the Pantone Color Institute, Pantone’s trend forecasting and color consultancy, this season’s report features the top 10 standout colors, as well as current takes on the five core classics we can expect to see on the New York runway as fashion designers introduce their new spring/summer collections.
According to Pantone Color Institute experts, colors for Spring/Summer 2021 New York emphasize our desire for a range of color that inspires ingenuity and inventiveness – colors whose versatility transcend the seasons and allow for more freedom of choice - colors that lend themselves to original color statements and whose flexibility easily adapts to our new and more fragmented lifestyle.
“Offering a range of shades illustrative of nature, colors for Spring/Summer 2021 underscores our desire for flexible color that works year-round. Infused with a genuine authenticity that continues to be increasingly important, colors for Spring/Summer 2021 combine a level of comfort and relaxation with sparks of energy that encourage and uplift our moods,” said Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute.
THE SPRING/SUMMER 2021 NEW YORK COLOR PALETTE:
Shades illustrative of nature coupled with new core classics come together to create a palette inspiring ingenuity and inventiveness.
THE SPRING/SUMMER 2021 CORE CLASSICS:
Core hues whose versatility transcends the seasons and allows for more freedom of choice.
GET THE NEW YORK SPRING/SUMMER 2021 PALETTE
The New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2021 color palette is now available in Pantone Connect, a time-saving color extension for Adobe® Creative Cloud®. The palette, along with every other Pantone Color, is available to browse through and integrate directly into design files within Adobe Photoshop®, Illustrator®, and InDesign®. Pantone Connect also offers designers an easy way to convert to Pantone from non-Pantone colors and collaborate on palettes with teammates.
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