Top 8 colors for Spring & Summer 2011
Now that Couture & top designers have revealed their Spring & Summer 2011 collections, the top 8 colors for the season have been announced. Designers, such as ourselves, continue to satisfy consumers' need to escape everyday challenges with intriguing color that transport them to foreign lands. Citing exotic destinations like Africa, India, Peru and Turkey as inspiration for spring 2011.
Below, we introduce you to the top 8 colors and show you how our Spring & Summer 2011 Collections are right on target!!
The #1 most dominant color for the season is flirtatious Honeysuckle. A feel-good hue that brings a festive sense of playfulness to this season's palette. This vibrant pink, for both apparel and cosmetics, makes consumers feel alive and is a perfect post-winter pick-me-up.
Check it out in: Donnavinci - pg 13, 40, 51
Lisa Rene - pg 20
DVC Exclusive - pg 6
DONNA - pg 3
Pinkish tones in the same pallet:
Donnavinci - pg 3, 5, 6, 26, 29, 32, 44, 52, 60, 62
Lisa Rene - Cover, pg 3, 11
DONNA - pg 11, 13, Back Cover
Beeswax, a warm, honeyed yellow, conjures up feelings of faraway lands and locales.
Check it out in: Donnavinci - Cover
Regatta, a vibrant color that adds zest to any wardrobe.
Check it out in: Donnavinci -pg 17
Romantic, fanciful Lavender implies sensuality with its subtle hint of red undertone. Combine it with Beeswax or for a unique counterpoint.
Check it out in: Donnavinci - pg 50 & 57
Lisa Rene - pg 4
DONNA - pg 2 & 10
Alluring Blue Curacao evokes thoughts of tropical destinations and pays homage to the 2010 Color of the Year, Turquoise.
Check it out in: Donnavinci - pg 23 & 62
DVC Exclusive - pg 7
Trans-seasonal neutrals ground this season's palette and provide a stable backdrop for all the other colors. The so-called "nude hues" are represented in the range of ethereal Silver Peony to dramatically deep Russet.
Check them out in: DVC - Pg 3 & 17
Another dependable background color, Silver Cloud, is the quintessential neutral that consumers can rely on to coordinate with everything in their closet.
Check it out in: Donnavinci - Pg 4, 34
DONNA - Pg 7, 14, Back Cover