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yes, you can call them icy whites if you wish fashionista-ta, but sometimes they can be 'warm' like vanilla's etc, so i use the term 'fake' to include all possible shades

you know how peculiar i'm with fashion terms

 
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I think for ss06, we'll finally be moving away from all the ethnic/boho whatever nonsense they threw on us this year..... Things will be a lot simpler I believe.... Softer shades.... all very natural/aquatics.... Like very very pale shades of blue/green/turquoise infused with grey and white......

It's going to be like a walk on the beach at 4h00 AM, cold and breezy....

 
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And did anyone say pastels!??

 
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very pale shades, yes.. pastels..hmm no

i was quite surprised to see the continuation of the ethnic trends while in Paris this weekend for the ss06 pret-a-porter collections kimkhuu.. Africa is still all over the place for mass production lines, the india influence is less strong (thanks god for that)
brasil is HUGE

simple= neo minimal, this yes. its on the rise and colourwise its expressed through fake whites (washed out pastels) or dark shades (mostly affected by greish hues over any kind of 'normal' colour eg. browns, blues, greens etc)

 
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Hi Lena,

When you say Brazil is huge, in what context do you mean?

 
 
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items imported from Brasil, refferences to Brasilian colours (yellow & green), details that speak Brasil (charms, rosaries, those good luck ribbons etc)

 
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am seeing tons of navy and tons of blues in different shades like cornflower, soft/pastel blues etc...

 
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as i see from lates s/s collections,


beige and other earth tones will be huge, imo.

 
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I agree with you, in fact the neutrals in my mind will predominate, but alongside this story, I see blues, and strong highlights of a bright red( which fits in with the nautical look as well) which I am think will be massive. I also feel for spicy colours, lots of yellow/ocres/etc...

 
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yes for shades of blue and washed out pales

 
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same as with our spring summer 06 trend forecast, we need to end discussing this topic as the shows are already underway.
feel free to start new topics on spring summer 06 colour trends as you see them poping out the catwalks

thanks everyone for your interesting imput in this forecast discussion, so many replies were right on spot.

 
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