New Fall Colour Trends That Will Spice Up Your Life!

Written by Senior Designer Zoe Coates

As we approach the dark nights and declining temperatures, we are all quick to approach our comfort wardrobes full of greys, neutrals and every shade of black. But this fall introduces an unexpected injection of colour, with bold, bright and totally in your face colour trends that will wash away your summer blues.
If the fall 2019 runways are something to go by, this season’s naked neutrals and monochromatic darks are about to be infused with shades of bold orange and purple, neon yellows, shocking pink and fashion’s new favourite colour: pistachio green.

Pistachio Green
Popping up on several runways this year, pistachio green has quickly taken over our Instagram pages and street style scene. We have fully embraced this colour in our interior trends and have featured it for an upcoming project.

Shades of Purple
From pale lavenders to deep mulberry and all that’s in between, purple hit the fall runways in every form of fashion this year. For interiors, we often stick with darker mulberry tones to enhance warm brass features or create indulgent plush seating with sullen berry velvets. However, one interior that really pushes the boundaries with this colour is the one we know is on every designer’s Pinterest board: Sketch, London.

Bright Orange
Proving this colour is better when bolder, Carolina Herera, Gucci and many more designers showcased this colour head-to-toe down the runway. Orange, a colour sometimes previously read as loud or tacky in fashion, now becomes subtly decadent. We have always loved orange hues and have just installed this pop of colour to a recent bar design: Dukes Head, Crawley

Shocking Pink
The great Elle Woods once said that anyone who said orange was the new pink was “seriously disturbed.” However in contradiction, why not feature both colours this fall?! Sies Marjan did just that, where both colours were paired together on this year’s runway.

We also LOVED how Louis Vuitton paired these colours on their 160 year creative history exhibition in Beverly Hills, California in June.

Neon Highlighters
Surprising the majority, neon’s featured in many of this year’s fall runways, from New York to Milan to Paris, we can’t wait to jump on the bandwagon and feature this colour in an upcoming project. Watch this space…

Written by Senior Designer Zoe Coates