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TFL colour trends for Autumn-Winter 2012/13
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May '11
TFL has released its new TFL Colour Trends catalogue for the season Autumn-Winter 2012/13. In the catalogue, TFL presents the colour trends for the leather garment, footwear, accessory and additionally for the upholstery industry.

We have divided the colour trends into “Wearing” and “Living”, devoting a section to each within the publication. “Wearing” comprises inspirations and colour trends for garments, footwear and accessories. The “Living” section features all colours that will decorate the season's interior design.

In “Living” a geometric pop art motif and countless variations of textile designs including stripes and cashmere, as well as large and small squares move through next winter's collection. You will find nubuck with unusual materials embossed with irregular patterns, fine grain micro-flotter bovine leather with light effects of the same colour creating a surface of shimmering images. The colours range from beige and brown tones to various orange tones.

In “Wearing” we will use nubuck surfaces in various thicknesses and from different animals that follow our movements comfortably. Moreover, we see in this season beautiful soft suede almost transparent in its authentic structure, again taking pleasure in the bursting hues of light and the supple touch of bovine leather and soft lamb skin. The colours range from brown, dark blue-grey and dark green tones to violet and red tones.

In addition, we are featuring the TFL SELLA FIX HPF conc – a high performance product to fix dyes and other anionic products to increase wet fastness properties, especially the perspiration fastness.

TFL is the worldwide company exclusively serving the leather industry. TFL offers customised specialty chemicals and innovative solutions to tanneries and leather processing companies, always striving to introduce fresh ideas to the market.

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