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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.
Dawn Red Orange -- Evolution of Womenswear Colors
Lively orange colors for A/W 19/20 felt warm and bold. In S/S 2020, orange colors were lightened and interpreted vibrancy in S/S with the soft and vintage tones. In A/W 20/21, orange colors combine technical and classical cultures.
Butterscotch -- Solid Color Trend for Women's Knitwear
With the rapid rising of minimalism, solid colors have been the mainstream. Butterscotch feels confident and energetic. Delicate stitches and irregular contrast piecing combine fashion and practicality, youth and sports. Knitted fabrics are cosy. Knitwear can be worn alone or over other items.