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TFL Colour Trends Spring-Summer 2012
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Nov '10
TFL has released its new TFL Colour Trends catalogue for the season Spring-Summer 2012. 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” the clean and airy hues of nubuck wet-white are the concept of coordinated furnishings, which joyfully illuminate large sofas with delight. The nubuck appearance prevails on all surfaces and - combined with soft suede - powerfully enters inside any living space.

The colours range from pastel green and beige to amber tones.

In “Wearing” ultra thin nappa leather seduces the clothing industry with super fine grain micro-flotter deerskin, birdseye patterns, subtle sun effects, sweet folds of wispy nubuck attained through mild washing. The angelic idea will be kept alive through animal prints such as ostrich, teiidae and anaconda, only to then steer towards reptile grains hand crafted by a tanner. The colours include pastel pink and red as well as earth-coloured and moss-green tones.

Furthermore, we are happy to spotlight our SELLA FAST A colour range. SELLA FAST A dyes are anionic powder dyes specially selected for the drum dyeing of shoe upper leather.

In addition, we are featuring the TFL SELLA DERM M2 range of liquid salt-free metal complex dyes. These dyes are miscible in water and organic solvents. They are recommended for shade intensifying, correcting and leveling of dyed leather.

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