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Intersubjectivity -- The Color Trend for A/W 21/22 Womenswear
The 5G technology revolution has brought subversive changes to the future life. The closer relationship between people, as well as people and objects forces people to rethink intersubjectivity. Artificial intelligence and enhanced intelligence are now on the road of collaborative integrated development, and a new era of human-computer interaction has arrived. The scientific concept of simplicity and efficiency advocated by the 5G era is similar to Bauhaus, a product of the last century's industrial age. In A/W 21/22, bright synthetic color is in response to the era of 5G technology. RGB color is generated by digital source code, and virtual code language reproduces the ombre color in high-purity that does not exist in nature. Color overlays on the program language, with electronic methods to enhance the color saturation and brightness, so that the synthetic color in A/W 21/22 will be more technical.
Recreated Classic Art -- The Confirmation of Menswear Color Trend
Extraterrestrial Horizon is one of A/W 20/21 theme color trends released by POP in July 2019, reflecting in this chaotic era blended art has a great appeal. British designer Paul Smith brings a street feel to gentlemen in highrises, which means classic mix is a new black for businessmen's wear. Time-tested looks and mixed design give suits a street chic touch. We respect classics but not replicate theme. We recreate them with modern forms. In the four fashion weeks which just end, the art is awakened, injecting the artistic fashion into the classic quality sense.
Extraterrestrial Horizon -- The Confirmation of Womenswear Color Trend
Extraterrestrial Horizon is one of A/W 20/21 theme color trends released by POP in July 2019. It continues the journey to probe into the unknown world from a multi-dimensional perspective. In the vast universe, humans are not alone. In 2020, 51 years after the first moon landing, human exploration of the universe has never ceased, and digital technology inspires design concepts of the remote space. Space exploration becomes a hot topic again. This new season, futurism mixes with outdoor tech to explore extraterrestrial vision in a fresh angle. Futuristic design presents a mixed palette, featuring a sports and futuristic style. Digital technology inspires design concepts from distant time and space. Colors take reference of outer planets, meteorites and interstellar light beams. Apple Green, Canary Green, Hazelnut, Vista Blue become base tones, combining with dark colors such as Andorra, French Roast and Dress Blues to keep balance, interpreting an interstellar journey where futurism meets with technology.
Holly Green -- Color Evolution of Kidswear
Brook Green is a key color for 2020. Fresh and elegant Brook Green highlights the original color of nature, with Lime Punch to lead the far-sighted palette. It perfectly combines future development with nature.
Recreated Classic Art -- The Confirmation of Womenswear Color Trend
Recreated Classic Art is one of A/W 20/21 theme color trends released by POP in September 2019. Recreated Classic Art focuses on the classic art in the past, and explores how to reinterpret classic art in a contemporary way to make it more suitable for the future. It emphasizes awakening the classics, advocates respecting rather than copying the classics, and subverts the classical art with the modern expression form. Exquisite look, retro painting pattern, and classic color proportion take root in the fashion field more firmly, bringing strong retro genes for innovative designs.
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.
H+ -- The Confirmation of Menswear Theme Colors
H+ is one of A/W 20/21 theme color trends released by POP in September 2019. It displays a transhumanism evolutionary. The boundary between reality and virtuality gets more blurred nowadays. And the decadent aesthetics of mixed elements is increasingly popular, bringing new opportunities for the technical street style. And the NCP also drives us to realize the importance of fashion items that are both functional protective and street fashionable. And the items are displayed on catwalks of A/W 20/21 menswear.
The Dream World from Marc Chagall -- The Theme Color Trend for Women's Knitwear
Oil paintings of Marc Chagall have bright and gorgeous colors, and bring a surreal dreamlike charm. Chagall draws inspirations from the plain images in nature, and subjects are mainly about lovers, romances, and Jewish legends. Chagall integrates love into the paintings. Different colors represent different good meanings, which is blended with the rhythmic textures of oil painting. This also inspires the development of knitwear colors. In view of trend and data analysis, we select four representative colors, "the flowing blue pigment" displays the neat cutting; "Baltic" has the crystal blue-green, quite inclusive; positive and optimistic "limelight" shows a ladylike temperament; "exuberance" renews the tones of commute clothing. (The inverted body in Marc Chagall's painting is deeply moving. The figure will turn yellow or green after praying for a long time, so Chagall's yellow and green represent sincerity.)
Reproducing 80'S – The Theme Trend for S/S 2021 Denim
The 1980s' style is used to re-create denim items, and modern forms are adopted to reproduce classical denim looks of the 1980s. The powerful feel is synonymous with the 1980s. This season denim items use clean-cut shoulder lines to highlight the silhouette, apply retro indigo tones to be more wearable, adopt primitive elements to enhance the classical denim textures, and make use of laser and ozone technology to reproduce the charm of retro 1980s' denim.
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.
Snorkel Blue -- Color Evolution of Girls' Wear
Calm and flowing snorkel blue turns towards a more feminine look. The effect of sportswear's decline is becoming more apparent, especially on the dress and the skirt. Calm snorkel blue perfectly interprets simplicity and elegance with its subdued and deep temperament.
Healing Club -- Theme Color Trend for Womenswear
The outbreak of NCP drives the heat of masks and medicine, and changes people's lifestyle and living concept. People find that health is the first, and we should respect the natural ecology. Inspired by the hot topics of health and environmental protection, healing colors will widely spread. Responsible white, dynamic red, natural blue and green hide strong power and will heal people.
Spring Blossoms - Theme Color Trend for Womenswear
At the beginning of 2020, we are seemingly surrounded by bad things, like the outbreak and the earthquake. Anxiety, panic and sadness are overwhelming. We want hope, want to be healed, and want to embrace the fresh air. What we are going through endows pastel colors with more responsibilities. Soft pink tones, sunshine yellow tones and green tones are powerful, endowing pastel colors with a new definition. When spring is in the air and blossoms are everywhere, everything will be alright.
Urban Bystander -- S/S 2021 Theme Trend for Kidswear
We walk through the busy streets, pass the familiar coffee shop downstairs, visit the exhibition of Vincent van Duysen, wear basic clothes and live in a comfortable and warm house. In such a relaxed day, we enjoy the city life, feeling down-to-earth yet a little lonely. Seemingly absent, but we are determined to find ourselves - be social men, also sober urban bystanders.
Calm and Primordial -- Theme Color Trend for Men's and Women's Sportswear
More than just losing weight and getting in shape, primordial exercisers devote more time to their health and reverence for nature, creating new forms of exercise and eating habits. They advocate the outdoors and the "earth gym", drawing inspirations from nature and also influencing the use of color. Collaboration collection of Adidas × Wood Wood inspires the theme, showing the amiable tones. A/W 20/21 emphasizes more the perception of the environment, and consumers pursue physical and mental strengthening. Natural colors should be combined with functionality to be fit for the market, and the colors need to be sustainable dyed.
Urban Bystander -- Theme Color Trend for Women's Knitwear
Some of urban females are broad-chested, roaming in the city. We are urban bystanders. We pursue comfort and simplicity, choose stylish clothing and the minimalist match, and insists on true selves.
Urban Bystander -- Theme Color Trend for Men's Knitwear
We live in the city and enjoy the convenience brought by the development of city. We are independent, strong and down-to-earth yet a little lonely. With the rise of loneliness economy, more and more urban people try to live in harmony with loneliness, enjoy loneliness, and pursue the comfortable, quiet, modern, practical and high-quality economic concept. Inspired by this trend, men's business knitwear uses soft but cold pastel colors, neat cutting, precise silhouette and detail, and high-quality yarns to bring a brand-new young urban business style.
Holiday of BoBos -- S/S 2021 Theme Trend for Kidswear
As the free and natural lifestyle gains popularity. BoBos blend bourgeois qualities with Bohemian freewill and artistic aesthetics, bringing a perfect holiday for S/S 2021. We will go back to the 1970s and recall the good old days. We not only prefer the retro 70s styles, but also celebrate the 70s environmental life concept. We become gardeners of the earth, and create a beautiful holiday.
Belle Époque -- S/S 2021 Theme Trend for Kidswear
Resource waste and environmental pollution brought by fast fashion enhance our awareness to sustainable fashion. Customers get tired of stereotyped products and long for something undiscovered, historic, storytelling and souled. The organizers of S/S 2020 Paris Fashion Week initiate Good Fashion Paris campaign to bring together industry insiders on sustainable development. France has legislated against excessive waste in the fashion industry: luxury brands are not allowed to burn clothes! We reflect on the excessive mechanical aesthetics, and take the past as experience. Just like during the Victorian era, Belle Époque and the transitional period from Industrial Revolution to monopoly capitalism, we call for art restoration, reinterpret classical decoration and resist excessive waste of resources by fast fashion.
CHIC-LO -- S/S 2021 Theme Trend
In the social turmoil of the 1980s, people were eager to break the shackle, express themselves, and find identity. A group of enthusiasts for Ralph Lauren launched a lo-Life subculture movement. And lo-life becomes the epitome of 80s retro sports. Now they are also seeking identity, and gender fluidity has become the new label. They get beloved 80s retro sports more refined. With the resurgence of team sports such as tennis and volleyball, the group becomes a new way for young people to seek a sense of belonging and to healthily socialize.
Reversed Future -- The S/S 2021 Theme Trend for Kidswear
What is Reversed Future? Literally, it means looking back at how people thought about the future in the past. Flying car, airship, laser cannon, floating city, pipeline transportation, conquering several planets, personal submarine and personal robot... All these imaginative visions were once thought by people in the past to be what life should be in the future. With the support of modern tech, early futurism still has unrealized ideas, adding appeal to "the future that never happened", and enhancing the S/S 2021 retro futuristic aesthetics through virtual technology and brilliant colors. Digital space reverses the future, taking us back to a new world that "never happened."
The Bright Weekend -- The Thematic Color Trend for S/S 2021
For modern young people, the exquisite afternoon tea, relaxing parties or short trips are their favorite ways to relax and socialize at the weekend. In order to create a vibrant atmosphere, bright colors and contrasting colors become the main tones of this season. As purple keeps on prevailing, it is still the key color for S/S, but will be brighter and more pleasing. Purple, fresh romantic golden lime, pure jacaranda and shell pink become featured colors.
Reversed Future -- S/S 2021 Theme Trend
The forecast for the S/S 2021 is based on future visions in next decades. Many visions become real with the support of technologies. And some visions become the charming future that never happened. Many contemporary art imitations of early futurism are known as retro futurism which combines retro style and technical futuristic style to bring a retro and sci-fi feeling. Flowing colors and lights can be used to strengthen the retro and sci-fi visual impact.
Plastic-free Coast- The Confirmation of Womenswear Theme Colors
Plastic-free Coast, one of S/S 2020 color trend themes released by POP in December 2018, starts from protecting marine life. The ocean is the birthplace of life, but now we dump plastic in it. To protect the ocean is to save life. According to the UN's latest statistics, the annual output of plastic reaches more than 0.3 billion tons, and half of it is disposable. If we don't take action now, there will be more plastic than fish by 2050. We call for a plastic-free coast and a clean sea.