Spring / summer 2012 color trends

So although the decline has left the track, already investigated to obtain an overview in accordance with the following three seasons. Yes, talking about the founders of the collections for every season: colors and tones that underlie them, shape and eventually the set. And although still lead you, spring and autumn/fall 2011 fashion trends, this does not mean we can pay a slight deviation in the form of a color in the forecasts of long-term trends for the season of spring 2012 era.
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Lingerie and swimwear in the spring of 2012 colors / was
Interfiliere are always the first to give his take on the trends of each season and for the spring/summer 2012 is not different. Beach clothing industry and linen colors that they show how the frequency and importance are generally limited to the part of the fashion industry. While some of these colors may be dominant among spring 2012 clothing trends, we must warn that there is no guarantee.
Unfortunately, at this time that not is has thrown Interfiliere codes of its analysis of the Pantone colors in the spring of 2012. However, reading from left to right, starting with the example above, you are viewing the following as the intimate Beach trends and colours of clothes:
Lime Blosson, Clotted Cream, Hemp, Tortoiseshell
Shadow, Lupin, Foliage, Apple
Sage, Jacinth, Formica, Smoothy
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Wysteria, Asian Bronze, Shanghai Mist, Earth
Anemone, Oxygen, Baby Doll, Marshmallow
Rhubarbe Jelly, Babychick, Grape, Marsala
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Lapis, Canary, Macaroon, Quince Petal

As color trend companies are want to do, Interfiliere have also grouped their color trends for spring 2012 into different moods. For the spring / summer season they’re seeing three distinguishable colour groups: tender, earthy, and floral.


The clearest and palest of pastels, ideal for lofty and silky fabrics and for a new vintage mood that is more sexy than candid.


The earth hues: ochres, oranges and copper tones which support the passion for nature and organic environments to use with mat or shiny effects, with top-of-the-range laces, and for beachwear. Note a surge of ‘hand-dyed’ effects, especially indigo.


Floral tones, essential nuances for charming prints available now for ranges of limited volume.