Pantone releases 15 colour trends for A/W 2022

An imaginative and intriguing mix of timeless tones and artful brights comprises Pantone‘s autumn/winter colour trends for 2022.

Following on from its spring/summer 2022 colour trends, the trend forecasting and colour consultancy has unveiled its latest trend report to showcase the top colours that fashion designers at London Fashion Week (LFW) have featured in their collections for the upcoming season – all of which can inspire our home interiors.

Straight from the runway, the report highlights the top 10 standout colours combining timeless hues and energising brights – from a fiery red to an earthy green – which embraces our contrasting desire for serenity and stability with energy and excitement. There are also five core classics, offering a curation of season-less hues where versatility expresses longevity.

The palette, by Pantone’s admission, is ‘rife with conventional contradictions’. Highlighting the chaotic to the calm, it reflects our need for harmony and tranquility whilst simultaneously providing the opportunity to express our individuality without restraint.

‘As we look to the future, we see two emerging paths that while completely diverse, are inevitably interconnected,’ says Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Colour Institute. ‘This intense dichotomy comes through in our colour choices for Autumn/Winter 2022/2023 where we see bold and brash colours that lend themselves to exaggerated statements reflecting our desire to embrace life with full vigour, coalescing with an array of neutral and natural tones that embody a sense of calm and containment and satisfy our need for harmony and tranquility.’

In December, Pantone announced Very Peri as its Colour of the Year for 2022; a vibrant blue-purple which encourages courageous creativity and imaginative expression. Very Peri is a brand new colour created by Pantone for the first time in the history of its COTY forecasts.

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