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Pantone and Adobe Stock explore London Fashion Week’s colour palette

The wait is finally over – London Fashion Week has showcased the hottest hues of Spring/Summer 2019, giving us a glimpse at the palette we’ll be wearing in the new year.

To mark the end of London’s fashion celebration, Adobe Stock explores the shades that dominated the catwalks, as previously forecasted by colour authority Pantone ahead of the shows.

Scroll down to find out more about five key shades featured in Pantone’s London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019 Colour Report visualised by Adobe Stock’s NY and London Fashion Week Premium collection curated in partnership with the colour experts.

 “Each season, the runways continue to be a source of inspiration, providing design and colour direction across many industries – and this season’s shows were no different,” said Abigail Bruce, Pantone Marketing Director EMEA. “Partnering with Adobe Stock to curate images that reflect the Pantone Fashion Colour Trend Report palettes, provides a strong resource for creatives to elevate their work and align with colour stories being seen across sectors.”

Which of these shades will you be rocking next year? Let us know what you think you’ll be wearing @AdobeUK!

PANTONE 18-2045 – Pink Peacock / Adobe Stock 

Pink Peacock is a bright and bold dramatic pink. The shade was a staple in Jasper Conran’s multicoloured show, with one model gracing the catwalk dressed head to toe in the hue, apart from her clashing bright green hair.

PANTONE 12-0742 – Lemon Verbena / Adobe Stock

Light and sunny Lemon Verbena will become the centre of attention in Spring 2019. Bright yellow featured in a series of outfits during House of Holland’s London show, throughout which models strutted the runway wearing a rainbow of neon colours in the label’s iconic playful style.

PANTONE 13-0919 – Soybean / Adobe Stock

Subtle Soybean naturally appeals as a reliable and versatile neutral. The beige colour has been hailed as a classic for next spring and that wasn’t unnoticed by British heritage brand Burberry. In Burberry’s first year under the creative direction of Ricardo Tisci, his first show for the label displayed wearable classics in the colour from start to finish.

PANTONE 11-0106 – Sweet Corn / Adobe Stock 

Sweet Corn tempts with its soft and buttery attitude in Spring 2019. This year Victoria Beckham’s VB brand turned 10 years old, which saw her curate her own catwalk show, for the first time in years.

Her signature sleek style was perfectly reflected in her collection and most fashion experts called out the off-white suits her models wore, as a trend to watch out for this year. Maybe one to avoid if you’re prone to spillages, though!

PANTONE 19-1862Jester Red / Adobe Stock

Jester Red is described by Pantone as a merging of rich elegance with urbanity. The authority predicts the deep, intense red to be on trend next season, and French fashion designer Roland Mouret thought the same thing, cladding his muses in the shade during his impressive runway takeover.

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