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Theatrical colours give glamour to Stahl's Fashion Colour

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May '08
Stahl's Fashion Colour Forecast poster for Autumn and Winter of 2009/2010 has a look of glamour thanks to a theatrical photograph and an eye-catching selection of largely dark colours. The contrast with the muted colours of nature during the season could hardly be greater.

Stahl's Design Studio has divided the colours into six quite distinct groups, each of which can be combined to provide a strong palette of colours for a time of year largely spent with indoor pursuits where these colours will be perfectly suited.

“Assuring Heritage” explores dark colours often to be seen in medieval costume drama. Dark browns, dark plums, dark greens and bright gold provide a reminder of European royal courts especially when combined with later colour groups.

Drama, luxury and sophistication make these colours suitable for young and modern looking with a feel for the past.
“Ambitious Sobriety” uses dark blue and dark brown to contrast with a rainy day grey to provide a reminder of winter skies as the days grow darker and rain and snow threaten countryside and town alike. Sombre the colours may be but there is also a feeling of deep strength in the face of winter.

Snow, ice and frost are the thoughts in mind as these colours move across the eastern border beyond East Berlin and into Eastern Europe.

The next group brings in the cheer that also forms a part of winter as parties and festivities are celebrated. “Being the Fabulous” suggests fabulous bright colours for all those glamour occasions when something cheerful is the order of the day, or more likely evening.


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