Label：Color Trends, Pantone Color, Pickled Pepper
Nov 18, 202112880
The color forecast issued by Pantone, an international fashion color forecasting agency, is usually a sign of the new season. At the end of the year, we are also very curious about the popular color of next year?
After London Fashion Week 2021 Spring/Summer, Pantone released 10 popular spring/summer 2022 colors and 5 core classic colors, including Indigo Bunting, Blue Atoll, Beach Glass and other very popular colors.
Indigo Bunting is named after a festive colorful bird, the color is very in line with the blues of nature. This is a vibrant and cheerful color.
Pantone describes Blue Atoll as "suggesting a tropical island in the ocean," a color that reminds people of a truly dreamlike scene.
Pantone gave Beach Glass a very poetic description: "Smoothed by waves and currents." It is reminiscent of the ocean and exudes a tranquil atmosphere.
A beautiful yellow like Illuminating is described by Pantone as optimistic, friendly and happy, and it can put a smile on your face.
Pantone describes this golden orange as a warm hue that gives people a comfortable feeling. While lively, it still has a gentle and soft feeling.
This creamy, caffeinated hue is "full of warmth", showing a light caramel color, just like a warm macchiato in the winter.
When describing the lava waterfall, Pantone said: "This hot red erupts with flowing energy." Although it is dark, this hue is still warm and vibrant.
Purple always gives people a magical feeling. Pantone believes that this color "conveys a charming message", ethereal and dreamy.
Pickled Pepper has a strong taste from its warm undertones and is a very fresh color. Pantone calls it "a garden variety green, with both a mild sweetness and a pleasant rich flavor."
Pantone Color Institute experts said, "The colors of the 2022 spring and summer bring out our two opposing desires for comfortable familiarity and joyful adventure, presenting a series of eternal colors and praising those joyful colors. "We can combine and match as we like, explore new color realities, and create personal styles and casual color propositions.