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H+ -- The Confirmation of Womenswear Color Trend
H+ is one of A/W 20/21 theme color trends released by POP in September 2019. Survival, need and extreme desire for self-expression are driving humans to adapt to the next phrase of evolution, and transhumanism (H+) comes into being. Stephen Hawking predicted that a superhuman race superior to the average humans in terms of intelligence, longevity and immunity would rise. Peacock green and cactus flower are main colors, with summer green, brilliant blue, orange.com and tap shoe to create a surreal futuristic feeling.
Landscape Protection -- The Confirmation of Womenswear Color Trend
Landscape Protection is one of theme color trends for A/W 20/21 released by POP in 2019, which focuses on natural ecology. The nature provides an organic and comfortable palette. And inspired by nature lovers, architects and philosophers, bamboo and deep lichen green are key colors. The peaceful and natural palette allows people to escape from short-term pressure through observation and reflection. Environmentally-friendly grey, peat, beet red and natural light khaki are integrated to be more eco-friendly and create a comfortable tranquil beauty.
Landscape Protection- The Thematic Fabric Trend for Womenswear
The fast development of human beings leads to the rapid consumption and extinction of resources, and makes global resources scarce and precious. We begin to reflect on the lost precious resources that we rely on for survival, and the reuse of resources has become an urgent way for the original ecology. Starting from the natural organic fabric, fabrics of Landscape Protection fully interpret the compound natural space of the recycled fabric with light and soft texture, arouse the designer's new concept of reshaping the nature, and create the new environmental protection integrating human and natural ecology. With the sustainable concept as the core, it returns to exquisite craftsmanship and handcraft. Nowadays the pace of life is accelerating day by day, it attracts unique minimalists who cherish the enduring popularity, and advocates the practical, enduring, sustainable and handmade fabrics for womenswear.
Landscape Protection -- Design&Development of Menswear
The Amazon rain forest has been on fire for more than 3 weeks. Human beings must reflect on this disaster. The speed of using resources is 50% more faster than that of renewing. Global resources are scarce and precious. In May, 2019, U.N. released the report of Global State of Nature Assessment. More than one million species are at risk. All this contributes to the emerging of sustainable designs and garments.
Landscape Protection -- A/W 20/21 Theme Trend
As the rate of human consumption of resources is 50% faster than the speed at which nature regenerates resources, global resources become scarce and precious, and recycling redefines the environmental protection system. Global Assessment report on state of nature released by UN in May 2019 indicates that 1 million species around the world are facing extinction due to human impact on nature. Reproducing and fast-cycling organic materials offset the rapid consumption of natural resources to protect the earth. Designers are awakened to reshape nature and improve ethics. Leisure outdoor design connects humans with nature, and take people back to basics.
Explore Technology -- Silhouette Trend of Women's Sports Jackets
With the continual exploration in technology and digital field, futurism is more common in our lives. More people seek adventures to explore the unknown. That trend is felt in the sporty and futuristic jacket of A/W 20/21. Silhouettes, fabrics, materials and details are underlined to represent the outer environment and interaction.