The fashion world alongside the likes of Pantone is making it’s predictions of colour trends for 2020.

Colour is an important part of the designers toolkit. You can use it for mood and emotion without so much as a word or image. Colour can highlight something of importance or minimise something insignificant. It can invoke the past, inform the present, and inspire the future. The role colour plays in our visual world is so ever-present that its power is hard to overestimate.

Whether 2020 trends are a response to the minimalist obsession of recent years or a collective desire for self-expression, the idea that more is more has climbed to new, higher levels. In fashion and the fine arts, we’ve been seeing a move from soft pastel colours to more sensational shades. Pale blues, tints and mere hints of colour are becoming passé while these three bold, saturated hues are on their way to dominate in 2020.







What about Big Purple Box in 2020

Purple is associated with spirituality, magic, mystery, creativity, and dignity.

It is the colour of subconsciousness.

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