19/20 A/W Fashion Color Analysis of Kidswear Catwalk in Florence

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At 19/20 A/W Florence Catwalk, soft natural colors and bright digital colors are dominant. Under the theme of environment protection, pastel colors, almond cream and cedar green are bound to be popular, while sun yellow, paris blue, cherry tomato red and metallic luster add charm to A/W.

Florence Catwalk

Pastel Color
Classic S/S colors such as light purple, pink and blue are brought into A/W. Raspberryplum uses pastel colors to renew the palette of A/W colors. It is suitable for dress, velvet coat and overcoat.

pastel color coat
Almond Cream
Khaki tones, which are favored when applied on womenswear, are extended into kidswear. Warm and soft almond cream is suitable for A/W overcoats. The application of tonal shades are harmonious.

Cedar Green
Green is often present at catwalks in the past seasons, and in autumn and winter, it feels calm and deep. With lustre fabrics and the adding of tonal shades, it is more charming and elegant.

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Sun Yellow
Bright yellow tones have been prevalent from S/S to A/W. Sun yellow is low saturated, which is ideal for autumn and winter. With the matching of dark tones, sun yellow is more vibrant.

children's yellow fashion styles
Paris Blue
Blue tones are fit for sports and young lady styles. In this season, the matching of Paris blue with black and white, or contrast colors is the main direction.

Pair blue fashion style.jpg
Cherry Tomato Red
Cherry tomato red is developed on the basis of orange – the key color in S/S. It looks much calmer, which is ideal for A/W. With the matching of dark tones like black and dark blue, it make garments look calm and neat. Beige and khaki are lively.

red fashion style
Metallic Lustre
Satin cloth with the adding of metallic threads and coated fabrics both make catwalks in A/W look sumptuous.

Metallic Lustre fashion styles

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