The game of color is one of the important factors in a design. On the second day of IPMI Trend Show 2017, the designers presented collections by relying on colors inspired by nature that were packaged in a unique style. What are the colors that will trend next year? Here’s the review.
Impression cheerful immediately felt when the collection was named Portrait this is on display. Color game fresh such as light blue, red, orange and green inspired by the colorful natural beauty that exists in the world such as the Grand Canyon in the United States and the series of volcanoes in Indonesia. Bringing the spirit of the 80s, the designer gave a touch of detail such as ruffles with a loose silhouette.
Ingredient silk which is identical to the 80s era is quite dominating. In order to add an Indonesian feel, the designer chose motifs such as tie dye, batik and geometric patterns with digital printing techniques. It looks like that silhouette loose with the color natural will be a trend in the next year.
Inspired by the beauty of cherry blossoms, collection Enlightened Wishes using a color palette that soft like red blush, tea rose and white. It’s less romantic if it’s a collection couture This is not supported by flashy details. The blooming cherry blossoms and birds as typical Japanese flora and fauna are realized using various techniques such as laser cut, digital printing and 3D embroidery, complete with beads.
The feel of Sakura Country is getting stronger with obi belt tied in traditional knots and hairdos half bun Japanese women. Ingredient silk and French lace which adds to the impression of luxury can become a trend for next year’s party dress.
INDONESIAN WEAVING COSTS
The designers who are members of CTI present a collection of weaving that is ready to wear by theme Nature Color, where all the colors used come from the colors produced by natural dyes such as Indonesian leaves and spices. Each designer also uses weaving originating from 4 regions in Indonesia, namely southern Central Java, northern central Java, western Bali and Southeast Sulawesi.
For next year’s trend, CTI uses colors that also reflect natural beauty such as the feel of the desert. Ethnic pattern from unique woven fabrics to enliven outer and toplooks balance with scarf and plain bottoms. Details ruffles is still a favorite choice for sweetener design.
Wow, looks like next year there will be a lot of color games, Bela. Are you ready to follow the trend?
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