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TFL colour trends autumn-winter 2016-17 DOWNLOAD PDF


TFL’s new Colour Trend Catalogue for the season autumn-winter 2016–17 presents the colour trends for leather garment, footwear, accessories and upholstery. The colour trends are divided into “Wearing” and “Living” sections. Wearing comprises inspirations and colour trends for garments, footwear and accessories. The Living section features all colours that will decorate the season’s interior design.

Wearing: The world of metropolitan rock stars continues to offer an unlimited source of ideas when creating and designing the new collections thanks to its nonconformist, rebellious and anarchic stance that breaks with contemporary ethics.

Living: The colour palette exudes a passionate vibrancy with cooler tones and a soft touch for the more feminine hues that blends flawlessly with artisanal yarns and silky soft furs, expanding the feeling of domestic intimacy with subtle elegance.

The colour trends impart knowledge of the future colour preferences and trends, which help designers, manufacturers and tanners to stay one step ahead of the market.


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