Color is always evolving. Here are Editorial Correspondent Hermine Mariaux’s observations about how that was happening at NYNow:
A complete range of watery blues ruled, often with neutrals of all shades and nuances as a comforting backdrop
Brown was pushing forward, especially warm-and-polished saddle, which looked great when used for leather accessories festooned with long fringes
The color of ripe tomatoes effectively partnered with browns ranging from camel to chocolate, while wine proliferated
Gold metallic dominated this family, while bright yellow appeared in splashes that, while sparse, were impossible to miss
Noticed less than before (and certainly much less than at the other trade shows this season), green looked best in pairs including a warm and cool version
For more about the future of color, check out The Trend Curve Colors™ 2018. This complete color-and-trend forecast provides 36 trend-right hues, plus details for 11 directional trends.