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'Wearing' & 'Living' - TFL Colour Trends for A/W 2010/2011 season

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Jul '09
TFL Holding GmbH has released its new “TFL Colour Trends” catalogue for the season Autumn/Winter 2010/11. In the catalogue, TFL presents the colour trends for the leather garment, footwear, accessory and additionally for the upholstery industry.

The colour trends are divided into “Wearing” and “Living” dedicating each a section within the book. Wearing comprises inspirations and colour trends for garment, footwear and accessories whereas in the Living section all colours are presented that will decorate the season's interior design.

Cleanness and essentiality are the leitmotiv for the next autumn/winter season, but with an eco-friendly emphasis. In the Living section we find extreme contrasts of textures, like hide and suede. Red, beige and sky blue are weaved with oat and chestnut fibers.

The section Wearing is characterized by some handmade style. Basic colours like black and dark brown, but also and in particular with Bordeaux shades, blue bag-night, English country green, wine grey, extra feminine fuchsia and romantic vegetal colours are presented.

In this way, we hope that the catalogue is customised to the particular requirements of our direct customers and of the leather processing industry in an optimal way.

TFL Holding GmbH


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