AW 22 23 from Paris
You can find here some hints of inspiration from the trip to Paris for Autumn Winter 22 23.
The first insight focuses on sustainability and well-being without sacrificing fun. The colours include shades relating to nature, but with accents of colour to enliven the ensemble. The fabrics are soft and enveloping, such as sherpa, which is also used in colour blocking.
Cover photo: ‘The Other Gods’ project by Lena Voutta and Thoas Lindner at Playtime Paris.
From the left: 1. Sherpa fabric from personal archive, Cabin ph. Zack Melhus, Sweater Rocknwool – Pexels, Wood texture David Clode – Unsplash, Baby ph. Cleyder Duque, Mushrooms ph. Myfoodie – Pexels, Tartan fabric ph. Divazus Fabric.
In visual contrast to the more natural palettes we find colours that seem to derive from reflected light, bringing with them calming yet positive hues.
From the left: ph. Emily Bernal – Unsplash, Knit effect made in Studio, Moon ph. Ahsan Avi, Boots by Boxbo.
Another interesting use of colour can be found in Alice Guiller’s exhibition at Playtime. In her work, the artist has researched how to transform images into objects. The result is almost a dreamy, visual puzzle.
Project “Safareig” by artist Alice Guillier at Playtime exhibition.
When it comes to colour combinations, the exhibition ‘L’Évolution en voie d’illumination’ held at the Jardin des Plantes in Paris, provides many suggestions. Gathering prehistoric figures and multicoloured plants, it is a true colour immersion.
Expo “L’Évolution en voie d’illumination” at Jardin des Plantes.
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