With the prolific reach of social media we are seeing the reach of new trends spread through every industry – from fashion to architecture, home décor to fine dining and weddings.
One thing for certain in S/S 18/19 and perhaps even more so in F/W 19, is that Minimalism is IN.
A contemporary update on the 1990’s trend (Armani, Jil Sander & Yamamoto, were the guru of the years) where pale colours and androgynous tailoring highlight the classic beauty of simplicity.
After (too) many years of wedding shows with the distorted concept that luxury means abundance of decoration, we are now looking toward and (forward to) a Minimalist direction for wedding season 2019/20. Get ready to embrace the natural elegance of the simple things in life.
Cause… Minimalism is the new Luxury!
New inspiration is here – outlined by nude colors, simple shapes, natural materials and dried flowers and leaves.
We’ve officially found the perfect venue in Phuket to manifest our vision:
PANTONE 2019 is “Living Coral”!
A perfect partner for a juicy tropical Wedding in Phuket. Isn’t it?
For the past 19 years, Pantone’s secret cabal of color experts have searched high and low to discern one color that captures the zeitgeist. This year’s search took them to the depths of the ocean. Unveiled tonight at Art Basel Miami, the color standards company named the new color as: “Living Coral,” a peachy shade of orange with a golden undertone, as the 2019 Pantone Color of the Year.
We know very well that Trends are global and embrace every part of the Creative industry, from Lifestyle through Fashion to Architecture, from Home Décor through Fine Dining to Weddings.
Minimalism is back in Fashion from S/S 2018 and reconfirmed even strongly for F/W 2018/19, as a contemporary update of the 1990s trend (Armani, Jil Sander, Yamamoto were the GURUs of those years) with pale colors and androgynous tailoring, showing the essential beauty of Simplicity.
After (too) many years of “Wedding Shows” with the distorted concept that Luxury means abundance of flowers, decorations and Co.
We are now looking toward (and forward!) a MINIMALIST direction for Wedding Season 2018/19, so… get ready to embrace the natural elegance of simple things in life. MINIMALISM is the new LUXURY!
New Inspirations are coming, outlined by nude colors, simple shapes, natural materials and dried flowers & leaves!