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FASHION COLOR REPORT FALL 2015

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A PUBLICATION
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Volume 43
February 2015

FASHION COLOR REPORT
FALL 2015
NEW YORK FASHION WEEK
FEBRUARY 12-19, 2015

TOP 10 COLORS

3

THE DESIGNERS

16

THE INFLUENCERS

54

WORKSPACES 60
COLOR LISTING & VALUES

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NEW YORK FASHION WEEK • FEBRUARY 12-19, 2015 • pantone.com/fall2015

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TOP 10 COLORS
An Evolving Color Landscape

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NEW YORK FASHION WEEK • FEBRUARY 12-19, 2015 • pantone.com/fall2015

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FALL 2015:
AN EVOLVING COLOR LANDSCAPE
Top 10 Colors

This season displays an umbrella of accord that weaves
earthy neutrals with a range of bold color statements
and patterns to reflect a landscape of hope, fun,
fantasy and all things natural. The colors are evocative
of a love for nature and a timeless appreciation for
warmth and security, which are conveyed through
naturally inspired colors that remind us of things that
are real and protective.
This Fall, designers pay homage to progressive
moments in American history – from the seductive
‘20s to the bohemian hippies and modernists of the
‘60s and ‘70s – while stringing together an affection for
colors and styling that are innately easy to wear by both
men and women.
“Juxtaposition of color from opposite sides of the
spectrum emphasizes poise and confidence on the
runway,” said Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of
the Pantone Color Institute. “The Fall 2015 palette is
rooted in multi-faceted, androgynous colors that can be
worn to portray effortless sophistication across men’s
and women’s fashion. It is the first time we are seeing a
truly unisex color palette.”
WOMEN’S AND MEN’S PALETTES
There is one major distinction in the colors this season:
A grand shift towards an evolving color palette that is
not reliant on color distinctions typically assigned to
each gender. This Fall, designers look to sartorial styling
and fabrics to define both a masculine and feminine
interpretation of hues and color combinations.
The importance of neutrals continues to evolve with
Desert Sage, a cool and soothing greenish-gray that

serves as the ideal neutral across the Fall 2015 palette.
Timeless and unobtrusive, yet powerful enough to
make a statement on its own, Desert Sage speaks to
the feeling of naturally inspired colors that remind us of
things that are real and not invented.
Reminiscent of the sky on a gray, overcast day, Stormy
Weather is dependable, cool and above all, constant.
Implying quality and luxury, it is a powerful blue-gray
that is strong, protective and enduring. Just as the sun
comes out after stormy weather to bring us cheer and
a glimmer of hope, Oak Buff is a mellow, comforting
and warming shade that brings good feelings. One
of nature’s many illustrious shades, the golden-yellow
Oak Buff acts to nurture and comfort. Combine Desert
Sage, Stormy Weather and Oak Buff for a look inspired
by the flora and fauna of Fall.
An olive green once thought of as strictly safari or
military, Dried Herb is elevated this season to be
sophisticated and chic. Closely related to nature, Dried
Herb is an organic shade redolent of nature’s earthy
fragrances. Interesting on its own and a wonderful
contrast to other hues, Marsala is a winey red-brown
that adds finesse and savoir faire to the palette. Rich
and robust, Marsala incorporates the warmth and
richness of a tastefully fulfilling meal, while its grounding
red-brown roots point to a sophisticated, natural
earthiness. A lush and elegant teal, Biscay Bay
splashes up against more heated tones with its cool
touch, combining the serene qualities of blue with the
invigorating aspects of green. This cool and confident
tone inspires thoughts of soothing tropical waters,
transporting us to a place that is pleasant and inviting.

PANTONE FASHION COLOR REPORT SPRING 2015 A publication of the PANTONE COLOR INSTITUTE
NEW YORK FASHION WEEK • SEPTEMBER 4-11, 2014 • pantone.com/spring2015

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FALL 2015:
AN EVOLVING COLOR LANDSCAPE
Top 10 Colors

A nod to the ‘60s and ‘70s, Cadmium Orange evokes
a sentiment of optimism, fun and fantasy. Both playful
and sophisticated in its appeal, Cadmium Orange is
a warm, welcoming and subtly dramatic hue that is
striking enough to stand on its own or act as a bold
contrast. A play on the ‘60s with a twist of today,
luxurious Cashmere Rose is a tactile and soft pink
hue that renders exactly what it promises. Cultivated in
its richness, Cashmere Rose displays a gently persuasive
and composed pink that is more upscale than
downtown. Both men and women can weave Cadmium
Orange and Cashmere Rose with Desert Sage for a
bold mix of bright, earthy inspiration.
Thoughtful, contemplative and composed, Reflecting
Pond is a cooling blue that adds dimension and intrigue
to the Top 10. Conveying a message of credibility,
Reflecting Pond is a serious shade that speaks to the
need for stability and security. Indicative of our affection
for color, Amethyst Orchid is the jewel in the crown of
the Fall 2015 palette. Intriguing, vibrant and somewhat
sensual, this enigmatic shade is an extraordinary hue
that is unique, bold, creative and exciting.

In addition to traditional clothing and styling, Fall 2015
colors are an effortless fit for beauty. Layer Cadmium
Orange, Cashmere Rose and Amethyst Orchid for an
exotic eye shadow look, or Desert Sage and Oak Buff
for a softer, more natural appearance. Add Dried Herb
to nearly any combination for a bit more depth and
interest. Biscay Bay provides a sprinkle of coolness to
warm undertones or adds a harmonizing and subtle
touch to neutrals such as Desert Sage and Dried Herb.
Highlight natural tones with a soft and subtle splash of
playful Cashmere Rose and introduce sophisticated
Marsala for an appealing and enticing vibe.
For more than 20 years, Pantone, the global authority
on color, has surveyed the designers of New York
Fashion Week and beyond to bring you the season’s
most important color trends. This report previews the
most prominent hues for Fall 2015.

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NEW YORK FASHION WEEK • FEBRUARY 12-19, 2015 • pantone.com/fall2015

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TOP 10 COLORS

An olive green shade once thought of as
strictly safari or military, PANTONE 17-0627
Dried Herb has been elevated into a color
we now perceive as sophisticated and
chic. Closely related to nature, Dried Herb
is an organic shade redolent of nature’s
earthy fragrances.
Leatrice Eiseman
Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute
Pairs Well With:
PANTONE 18-1438 Marsala
PANTONE 18-4726 Biscay Bay

Designers using Dried Herb

p. 40

DRIED HERB
PANTONE 17-0627
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TOP 10 COLORS

A cool and soothing greenish gray,
PANTONE 16-0110 Desert Sage is the
ideal neutral. Timeless and unobtrusive yet
at the same time stylishly powerful enough
to make an impactful statement on its own,
Desert Sage speaks to this feeling of naturally
inspired colors that remind us of things that
are real and not invented.
Leatrice Eiseman
Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute
Pairs Well With:
PANTONE 18-4214 Stormy Weather
PANTONE 16-1144 Oak Buff
PANTONE 15-1340 Cadmium Orange
PANTONE 16-2215 Cashmere Rose

Designers using Desert Sage

p. 28

p. 29

p. 39

p. 48

p. 49

DESERT SAGE
PANTONE 16-0110
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TOP 10 COLORS

Reminiscent of the sky on a gray, overcast day, PANTONE 18-4214 Stormy
Weather is dependable, cool and above
all, constant. Implying quality and luxury,
Stormy Weather is a powerful blue gray
shade that is strong, protective and enduring.
Leatrice Eiseman
Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute
Pairs Well With:
PANTONE 16-0110 Desert Sage
PANTONE 16-1144 Oak Buff

Designers using Stormy Weather

p. 41

p. 42

p. 47

p. 50

STORMY WEATHER
PANTONE 18-4214
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TOP 10 COLORS

Just as the sun comes out after stormy
weather to bring us cheer and a glimmer
of hope, PANTONE 16-1144 Oak Buff is a
mellow, comforting and warming shade
that brings good feelings. Another one of
nature’s illustrious shades, the golden yellow
Oak Buff acts to nurture and comfort.
Leatrice Eiseman
Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute
Pairs Well With:
PANTONE 18-4214 Stormy Weather
PANTONE 16-0110 Desert Sage

Designers using Oak Buff

p. 21

p. 25

p. 27

p. 31

p. 32

p. 33

OAK BUFF
PANTONE 16-1144
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TOP 10 COLORS

Interesting on its own and a wonderful
contrast for other hues, PANTONE 18-1438
Marsala is a winey red-brown that adds
finesse and savoir faire. Rich and robust,
Marsala incorporates the warmth and
richness of a tastefully fulfilling meal, while
its grounding red-brown roots point to a
sophisticated, natural earthiness.
Leatrice Eiseman
Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute
Pairs Well With:
PANTONE 17-0627 Dried Herb
PANTONE 18-4726 Biscay Bay

Designers using Marsala

p. 17

p. 18

p. 19

p. 20

p. 38

MARSALA
PANTONE 18-1438
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TOP 10 COLORS

A lush and elegant teal, PANTONE 18-4726
Biscay Bay splashes up against more heated
tones with its cool touch. Combining the
serene qualities of blue with the invigorating
aspects of green, the cool and confident
Biscay Bay inspires thoughts of soothing,
tropical waters, taking us to a place that
is pleasant and inviting.
Leatrice Eiseman
Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute
Pairs Well With:
PANTONE 17-0627 Dried Herb
PANTONE 18-1438 Marsala

Designers using Biscay Bay

p. 34

p. 35

p. 36

p. 37

BISCAY BAY
PANTONE 18-4726
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TOP 10 COLORS

Thoughtful, contemplative and composed,
PANTONE 19-4326 Reflecting Pond is a
cooling blue with a lot of depth. Conveying
a message of credibility, Reflecting Pond
is a serious shade that speaks to our
need for stability and security.
Leatrice Eiseman
Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute
Pairs Well With:
PANTONE 17-3628 Amethyst Orchid

Designers using Reflecting Pond

p. 23

p. 24

p. 26

p. 30

REFLECTING POND
PANTONE 19-4326
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TOP 10 COLORS

A nod to the ‘60s and ‘70s, PANTONE
15-1340 Cadmium Orange evokes a
sentiment of optimism, fun and fantasy.
Both playful and sophisticated in its appeal,
Cadmium Orange is a warm, welcoming
and subtly dramatic orange shade that is
striking enough to stand on its own or act
as a bold contrast.
Leatrice Eiseman
Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute
Pairs Well With:
PANTONE 16-0110 Desert Sage
PANTONE 16-2215 Cashmere Rose

Designers using Cadmium Orange

p. 22

CADMIUM ORANGE
PANTONE 15-1340
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TOP 10 COLORS

A play on the 1960’s with a twist of
today, PANTONE 16-2215 Cashmere
Rose is a tactile and soft pink hue that
renders exactly what it promises.
Cultivated in its richness, Cashmere Rose
is a gentle and composed pink that is more
upscale than downtown.
Leatrice Eiseman
Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute
Pairs Well With:
PANTONE 16-0110 Desert Sage
PANTONE 15-1340 Cadmium Orange

Designers using Cashmere Rose

p. 43

p. 44

p. 45

p. 46

p. 52

CASHMERE ROSE
PANTONE 16-2215
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TOP 10 COLORS

Indicative of our affection for color, PANTONE
17-3628 Amethyst Orchid is the jewel in
the crown. Intriguing, vibrant and
somewhat sensual, this enigmatic shade
is an extraordinary hue that is unique,
bold, creative and exciting.
Leatrice Eiseman
Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute
Pairs Well With:
PANTONE 19-4326 Reflecting Pond

Designers using Amethyst Orchid

p. 51

p. 53

AMETHYST ORCHID
PANTONE 17-3628
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THE DESIGNERS

reveal their inspiration and must-have items for Fall 2015.

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THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
For Fall 2015 we are declaring Crimson as the Black! It’s a
bold, sophisticated color with warm undertones and rich
highlights.

INSPIRATION
Our color combination of Crimson, Titanium and Onyx is a
magical mix, inspired by graffiti painted on Silver store front
gates so common in New York City.

Marsala

ESOSA NEW YORK

SIGNATURE COLOR
The most important color in our Fall 2015 collection is
Bordeaux. This color spoke to us – its rich, bold,
sophisticated and it complements everyone’s skin tone.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
Our must have item for Fall 2015 is our Bordeaux squirt
shirt dress. It’s a versatile piece that can be worn through
the day and easily transition for a night out.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO COLOR
CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
Our design philosophy of everyday luxury starts with the
ESOSA customer and her daily needs. Our girl has an active
lifestyle and requires a sense of fashion, without being too
fussy. Our color choices are classic in nature but always
playful in spirit.

CONNECT WITH ESOSA NEW YORK
Website: www.esosadesign.com
Facebook: facebook.com/ESOSA
Twitter Handle: ESOSAfashion
Pinterest: pinterest.com/ESOSAFashion
Instagram: ESOSAfashion

Marsala

Stormy
Weather

®

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THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
Dusty warm colors inspired by the American Southwest.
Important colors include Cayenne Red, Deep Turquoise,
Desert Gold, Sandy Brown and Antique Cream.

INSPIRATION

Marsala

DAVID HART

The natural landscape of the American Southwest and
spaghetti western films of the late ‘60s and ‘70s; the colors
are muted as they would have been seen on a movie
screen during that era.

SIGNATURE COLOR
Cayenne Red is the most important color this season. It
runs across everything from prints to solids and is
incorporated into the knitwear as well.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
Our mohair suit. It’s made of English mohair; the warp is
Cayenne Red and the weft is Deep Turquoise so it has an
amazing iridescent sheen.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
I always love mixing and matching colors and patterns. In
menswear I’m definitely not shy.

SEE DAVID HART’S WORKSPACE
on page 80.
CONNECT WITH DAVID HART
Website: www.davidhartnyc.com
Twitter Handle: davidhartnyc
Instagram: davidhartnyc

Marsala

Oak Buff

Stormy
Weather

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Danielle Kosann, The New Potato

THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
Soft Cream, Deep Navy, Salmon Pink over Black and
Bordeaux Red, and Marigold Yellow over Dark Brown.

INSPIRATION
Patti Smith’s androgynous, rock-inspired style and the
bohemian culture of downtown New York in the late ‘60s
and early ‘70s.

SIGNATURE COLOR

Marsala

REBECCA MINKOFF

Rio Red. It was inspired by the colors prominent in vintage
guitar strap embroideries.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
A Cream tassel dress with a Black leather collar.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
I believe in mixing classic tones with new, vibrant color
accents.

SEE REBECCA MINKOFF’S WORKSPACE
on page 74.
CONNECT WITH REBECCA MINKOFF
Website: www.rebeccaminkoff.com
Facebook: facebook.com/rebeccaminkoff
Twitter Handle: rebeccaminkoff
Pinterest: pinterest.com/rebeccaminkoff
Instagram: rebeccaminkoff
Blog: rebeccaminkoff.com/rmedit

Marsala

Oak Buff

Stormy
Weather

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THE DESIGNERS

by Trish Wescoat Pound
PROMINENT COLORS

Antique Ivoire, Vintage Rose, Fig, Rusty Nail, Buckhorn
Brown and Dark Military, balanced with spice colors and
natural earth tones.

INSPIRATION
Road trips across the country through deserts and going
back to the Haute Hippie global nomad roots. It’s country
simplicity combined with rock and roll bohemian beauty.

Marsala

HAUTE HIPPIE

SIGNATURE COLOR
Fig – it’s an earth color seen in multiple prints in the Fall
2015 collection, complementing all colors of a crisp,
fall palette.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR SPRING 2015
A sand washed crepe de chine duster jacket with whipstitch and grommet details. The color is an Antique Ivoire
and Black patchwork longhorn feather vertebrae print.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
Trish Wescoat Pound, Haute Hippie creative director and
founder, is a firm believer in having a classic button-down
blouse in Antique Ivoire or Black so that the customer
always has a go-to styling piece – every woman can wear
it. However, Trish also loves a bit of color chaos and
combinations including the mix of light shades like Vintage
Rose, Matte Gold and Antique Ivoire with dark hues of Fig,
Rusty Nail and Dark Military.

SEE HAUTE HIPPIE’S WORKSPACE
on page 68.
Marsala

Oak Buff

Stormy
Weather

CONNECT WITH HAUTE HIPPIE

Website: www.hautehippie.com
Facebook: facebook.com/hautehippie
Twitter Handle: hautehippie
Pinterest: pinterest.com/HauteHippie
Instagram: hautehippieofficial
Blog: hautehippie.com/globalnomad

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THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
The saturated colors of Saffron, Turmeric and Raspberry
are balanced against our neutral palette of Warm Ecru,
Slate Gray and Midnight Blue.

INSPIRATION
A series of cross-cultural meals, colored intuitively by the
spices that would flavor this dining experience.

SIGNATURE COLOR
Our Warm Ecru serves as a base, a tablecloth across the
collection, to present the garments as ready to be consumed.

Oak Buff

À MOI

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
Our sailor striped mink coat, an elevated vision of Pablo
Picasso painting his series of ceramic fish plates, is a musthave item to last a lifetime.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
Regardless of season, each inspiration has its own color
palette in which custom colors and prints combine with
unique textures to become tools to tell a story.

SEE À MOI’S WORKSPACE
on page 76.
CONNECT WITH À MOI

Website: www.amoiny.com
Facebook: facebook.com/amoistudio
Twitter Handle: amoiofficial
Instagram: amoiofficial

Oak Buff

Cadmium
Orange

Stormy
Weather

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Celeste Sloman

THE DESIGNERS

YOANA BARASCHI
PROMINENT COLORS

INSPIRATION
Digital age female superheroes, which is what we all try
to be. The collection is inspired by athletic performance
wear, where form and function are intimately correlated
and color strokes are meant to create a powerful,
armor-like vibe. As women today, we need to feel strong,
protected and victorious.

Cadmium
Orange

The soft luminosity of complex Corals with Pink or Orange
undertones, such as Rose of Sharon or Cayenne in harmony
with Rouge Red. Played against a neutral palette of Pastel
Parchment, Grayscale and Black, the shots of Coral look
brilliant and luxe. Another strong component of the palette
is a series of brilliant Blues such as Dazzling Blue and Surf
the Web.

SIGNATURE COLOR
Zephir or Surf the Web. These two Blues are perfect superhero colors when colorblocked with Black.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
A Grayscale reversible jacket. We have included many
versions in the collection, some in bonded two-sided
neoprene and some in stretch double-sided jacquard.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
I believe in mixing strong colors with neutrals for a bold
effect or in monochromatic looks built around multiple
shades of the same colors.

SEE YOANA BARASCHI’S WORKSPACE
on page 65.
Cadmium
Orange

Stormy
Weather

CONNECT WITH YOANA BARASCHI
Website: www.yoanabaraschi.com
Facebook: facebook.com/yoanabaraschi
Twitter Handle: yoanabaraschi
Pinterest: pinterest.com/yoanabaraschi
Instagram: yoanabaraschi

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THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
A Deep Navy and a rich Chocolate Brown that have a cool,
rich undertone. The looks will be highlighted with a Crisp
White and Pale Sky Blue.

INSPIRATION
Bold graphics and contrasting textural surfaces, set on a
focused monochromatic palette.

SIGNATURE COLOR
The Deep Navy – it emphasizes the sharp tailoring and a
cool edge.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
A bomber jacket – it’s classic yet of the moment.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?

Reflecting Pond

CARLOS CAMPOS

I believe in classic colors that are accented with fresh
accents for a more contemporary feel.

SEE CARLOS CAMPOS’ WORKSPACE
on page 62.
CONNECT WITH CARLOS CAMPOS

Website: www.CarlosCampos.com
Facebook: facebook.com/carloscamposfashion
Twitter Handle: CarlosCamposNYC
Instagram: carloscamposdesigner

Reflecting
Pond

Stormy
Weather

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Reflecting Pond

Mitsuo Yamamoto

THE DESIGNERS

ADEAM
PROMINENT COLORS
Smoky colors that have a retro vibe such as Indigo Blue,
Wedgewood, Port, Deep Forest Green and Charcoal Gray.

INSPIRATION
I’ve been looking to works of artist Kohei Nawa and bikers
from the ‘60s and ‘70s. The coloration of Kohei Nawa’s
works have a brushed, washed out feel that echoes the
retro vibe of the colors from the ‘60s and ‘70s.

SIGNATURE COLOR
Antique White. It’s the perfect shade of White for Fall that’s
in between True White and Ivory.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
Trench dress in Indigo Blue. The dress is a new take on the
basic trench coat, and can be worn by itself or layered over
sweaters for colder seasons.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
I always like to start with a subdued palette of mostly
neutrals and add one pop of color. It’s important to stick to
one or two accent colors because anything more can clash
with each other.

SEE ADEAM’S WORKSPACE
on page 61.

CONNECT WITH ADEAM

Website: www.adeamonline.com
Facebook: facebook.com/adeamonline
Twitter Handle: adeamonline
Instagram: adeam

Reflecting
Pond

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THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
Bold, warm colors contrasting to Black and Gray such as
a Yellow Gold, cool shades of Light Blue and Teal, Deep
Maroon and shades of Violet and Purples for the apparel.
Gold and Silver metallic on the caps.

INSPIRATION
Speed and movement of motorcycle racing, and the rich
and bold colors that overlay on Black and White racers’
uniforms and bikes.

Oak Buff

GENTS

SIGNATURE COLOR
A deep, rich Maroon is spread throughout the entire
collection. In addition to being matched with Black and
Grays, it’s also paired with Gold and Shades of Blue and
Teal on the apparel, and Gold and Silver metallics for
the caps.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
The Gold metallic cap and chevron hoodie with Teal,
Maroon and Gold.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
Start with the Classic Black and Grays that are the foundation
for the Gents brand and offset those with bold, contrasting
colors in clean lines and geometric designs.

CONNECT WITH GENTS

Website: www.gentsco.com
Facebook: facebook.com/GentsCo
Twitter Handle: gentsco
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THE DESIGNERS

CHARLES YOUSSEF
PROMINENT COLORS

Deep, vibrant Midnight Navy mixed with Black. This is
accented by playful touches of Sunbeam Yellow, Ferrari Red
and a rich Sapphire Blue.

INSPIRATION

Deep Blue, Black and Yellow in Van Gogh’s nighttime café
paintings of the South of France, which is where I lived after
leaving wartime Beirut in the early ‘80s. These paintings also
remind me of the romanticism of twinkling lights in nighttime
New York and Paris, which I find incredibly charming. There
are brilliant color similarities between these paintings and
the fluorescent installations of David Batchelor and Dan
Flavin. I’ve designed a geometric dress with built-in
fluorescent lighting as an homage to these artists. The LED
lights in this dress cast a warm Sunny Yellow, Red and
Bright Blue glow against a glossy Black fabric.

SIGNATURE COLOR

Deep, vibrant Midnight Navy. But I’m more excited about
my favorite accent color, which is a bold, lustful Candy
Apple Red. I love this Red pop color because it brings a
rich, satisfying warmth during the Fall, and encourages
strength and bold behavior in women, while making men
physically hungry. It’s appealing to both men and women,
and flattering against nearly all skin tones. It’s also a striking
color for lips in the cold, brutal winter, which is how we’re
styling the presentation this season. A Matte Red works
really well in clothing, whereas small elegant touches of
Glossy Red accents speak to a glamour and luxury that
many fashion houses have made a signature.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015

The bold, folded-front Rhia dress in Red.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?

We’ve always had a seasonless approach to color in our
collections and don’t adhere to guidelines of only using
certain colors at certain times. For example, our fall 2014
collection had rich Samba Reds and dark Hunter Greens,
but also a Dusty Lotus Pink and a Cerulean-like Aquarius
Blue throughout, which may not typically be thought of as
‘fall colors.’ Past and present we try to choose colors that
feel fresh, look beautiful, and tell the story of that season.

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on page 63.
CONNECT WITH CHARLES YOUSSEF
Website: www.charlesyoussef.com
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Twitter Handle: Charles_Youssef
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THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
Dark, moody gem tones such as Cobalt/Midnight
and Rust/Gold.

INSPIRATION
A recent visit to a sculptures studio while on vacation
in Paris.

SIGNATURE COLOR
Cobalt, because it is a good traditional color.

Oak Buff

BIBHU MOHAPATRA

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR SPRING 2015
Black leather and Black silk woven bomber jacket.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
They go hand and hand.

SEE BIBHU MOHAPATRA’S WORKSPACE
on page 78.
CONNECT WITH BIBHU MOHAPATRA
Website: www.bibhu.com
Facebook: facebook.com/BibhuNYC
Twitter Handle: BibhuMohapatra
Pinterest: pinterest.com/bibhumohapatra
Instagram: bibhumohapatra

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THE DESIGNERS

LUCIO CASTRO
PROMINENT COLORS
Royal Blue and a really vibrant Royal Red with some Purple
undertones. There is an Eggplant Purple that we are using
in patterns and also combining with White and Gray for
a really great Charcoal Eggplant effect. This will make a
perfect update for the staple terry hoodie.

INSPIRATION
A surrealist film from 1965 called Ubu Roi about a despotic
and dada king who wants to conquer the world.

SIGNATURE COLOR
Charcoal Eggplant, just because it’s fresh and new, but the
Charcoal effect makes it familiar for menswear.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
The perfect Charcoal Eggplant hoodie! And the sweatpants!

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
For me, color is a way to update men’s staples. I prefer to
master a fit in a silhouette and then play with fabric and
colors. I like colors that are familiar, but also slightly odd. I
like things that take a second glance to get the nuances.

SEE LUCIO CASTRO’S WORKSPACE
on page 79.

CONNECT WITH LUCIO CASTRO

Website: www.luciocastro.com
Facebook: facebook.com/LucioCastroFashion
Twitter Handle: TheLucioCastro
Pinterest: pinterest.com/Lucio_Castro
Instagram: lucio_castro
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Courtesy of Raoul

THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
Warm and cool Grays, which we called Tiger Eye and Gray
Opal. A very deep and dark Maroon with a Brown undertone we called Garnet, a very deep and dark Green with a
Blue undertone we called Agate and a very deep and dark
Navy Blue with a Black undertone we called Midnight Blue.
All these work very well in combinations and in prints. Our
pop colors are Amethyst Purple, Blue Topaz and a hint of
Coral. Black and White remain a staple in our collection
and anchor the palette.

INSPIRATION
Natural minerals for their formations and rich colors.

SIGNATURE COLOR
A pastel, Blue Gray color, which we called Tourmaline Blue.

Desert Sage

RAOUL

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
A pair of wide-leg gaucho pants in Gray felt.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
We are not afraid to push the boundaries and combine
certain colors together in unthinkable ways. We anchor
these color combinations through prints that incorporate
the colors in questions. The key is to have a neutral and
core color range that can run through the entire collection
and tone down the colors of the season.

SEE RAOUL’S WORKSPACE
on page 65.
CONNECT WITH RAOUL

Website: www.raoul.com
Facebook: facebook.com/raoulfashion
Twitter Handle: raoulfashion
Pinterest: pinterest.com/raoulfashion
Instagram: raoulfashion

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PERRY ELLIS
PROMINENT COLORS
Dark Sapphire, Otter and Rosin base colors with pops of
Molten Lava, Monaco Blue, Dried Tobacco, Bronze Brown
and Bright White.

INSPIRATION
The origins of workwear and the evolution of this to what
we currently know as sportswear. It’s a global perspective
on American sportswear with a nod to our heritage, but
updated with the fabric technology of today.

SIGNATURE COLOR
Otter. It has roots in both Perry Ellis Heritage and the
history of workwear.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
Our performance bi-stretch, two-button suiting in Otter.

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Courtesy Eli Schmidt

THE DESIGNERS

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
I love both classic colors and unusual combinations of
color. In this collection we have a lot of color-on-color
combinations in prints and patterns, grounded in classic
Navy and Camel (Dark Sapphire and Otter).

SEE PERRY ELLIS’ WORKSPACE
on page 69.
CONNECT WITH PERRY ELLIS
Website: www.PerryEllis.com
Facebook: facebook.com/PerryEllis
Twitter Handle: PerryEllis
Pinterest: pinterest.com/perryellis
Instagram: PerryEllis

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THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
Kyoto Pearl (White), Copper, Winestone (Maroon), Fire Opal
(Red), Slate (Blue), Onyx (Black).

INSPIRATION
A rich, opulent color palette that complimented the sumptuous nature of the fabrics that I chose. Earth and jewel
tones are Fall design staples, and I wanted to find a palette
that pulled from that but was also something all its own.

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JULIANNA BASS

SIGNATURE COLOR
The silk wool in Copper. Although it’s a very specialized
and unique color, it works really well as a neutral. It looks
great in a two piece suit or an overcoat, and pairs well as part
of the separates in the collection, even with the cool tones.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
Statement coats are a key piece this Fall. A bold coat or
jacket spruces up an everyday outfit and helps you pull off
layering with flair. Our Bridgette trench is a true statement
piece. The cool muted tone of the Slate is a fresh Fall color
option, and mixes in an unexpectedly pleasing way with
the warm Gold tones of the contrast trim. It’s an interesting
tonal mix, without being overly trendy.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
The Julianna Bass woman isn’t afraid to embrace classic
style – on her own terms. Our color palette is versatile
enough to inspire individual personal expression, without
being bound to conventional ideas of color or presentation.

SEE JULIANNA BASS’ WORKSPACE
on page 70.
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Website: www.juliannabass.com
Facebook: facebook.com/julianna.bass
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THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
Burnished Gold mixed with Dull Silver; deep, jewel-like
Burgundy with Steel Gray, Grape Purple, Spruce and
algae-like Blue.

INSPIRATION
Colors found deep in a forest growing on stones and logs;
along rivers and trails.

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COSTELLO TAGLIAPIETRA

SIGNATURE COLOR
Spruce feels like it ties everything together and just feels
really perfect in all of its incarnations from Green to
Bluer tones.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
A Spruce and Purple cashmere tweed overcoat cropped
off at the waist.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
We live in plaid, believing deeply that with the right hue
and tone most colors can combine to create a feeling or
emotion. Things feel most exciting when there are multiple
colors playing off each other at one time.

SEE COSTELLO TAGLIAPIETRA’S WORKSPACE
on page 76.

CONNECT WITH COSTELLO TAGLIAPIETRA

Website: www.costellotagliapietra.com
Facebook: facebook.com/costellotagliapietracompany
Twitter Handle: CostelloTaglia
Pinterest: pinterest.com/costellotaglia
Instagram: costellotagliapietra
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THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
Warm gothic colors such as Marsala, Misted Camel
Yellows, Dark Emerald Peacocks and traditional Black.

INSPIRATION
Minimal Japanese architecture for the Camel colors in the
collection. Focusing on Soft Woods and muted non-colors,
but still feeling very rich. My focus was to create a warmer,
more luxe approach to my aesthetic.

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COLLINA STRADA

SIGNATURE COLOR
The Misted Camel Yellow really pops out in the collection.
It creates this laidback non-traditional feel to the collection,
but still keeping it very cool and current.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
The perfect wide-leg leather pant in Marsala or Black – it
could change any girls’ wardrobe.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
I have a very curated approach to color. I enjoy the use of
very minimal non-color colors, where they can be worn
as a neutral, but still feel like you are wearing a color and
making a statement. I call it the New York approach.

SEE COLLINA STRADA’S WORKSPACE
on page 77.
CONNECT WITH COLINA STRADA
Website: www.collinastrada.com
Facebook: facebook.com/collina.strada
Pinterest: pinterest.com/collinastrada
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PROMINENT COLORS
Bright Tropical Green, Deep Jungle Green, Burnt Orange
Ochre, Flamingo Red, Rich Camel and a soft Safari Khaki.

INSPIRATION
The deep, dark and mysterious creatures from the Congo
jungle in the Central African Republic. I was drawn to
the home of the silverback gorilla along with other exotic
and exquisite creatures. These animals echoed through
sleek, burnout wool-textured dresses, bold animal printed
jacquard coats and liquid panther-like velvet evening looks.
I wanted the collection to feel luxe and sophisticated, but
still playful through the ease and fluidity of the silhouettes.
Inspired by plant life and the jungle itself are graphic
oversized palm printed taffetas and Bright Citrus
embroideries. Petal appliques from the African tulip tree
and heliconia plant are a vivid splash of color that brings a
dark collection to life. I wanted this collection to feel
elegant, powerful and bold, but still romantic for the
Christian Siriano woman this season.

Biscay Bay

CHRISTIAN SIRIANO

SIGNATURE COLOR
Deep Jungle Green or Tropical Green. Both colors are
mixed together in many silhouettes and prints in the
collection and they sum up what I think the customer
would want to wear this season.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
A bias-draped tropical printed dress.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
I think it’s important to experiment with color and take risks
each season when using it in a collection.

SEE CHRISTIAN SIRIANO’S WORKSPACE
on page 79.

Biscay Bay

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CONNECT WITH CHRISTAIN SIRIANO
Website: www.christiansiriano.com
Facebook: facebook.com/christiansiriano
Twitter Handle: CSiriano
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THE DESIGNERS

CYNTHIA STEFFE

Biscay Bay

PROMINENT COLORS
Camel Tan, Sweet Orange, Ocean Indigo, Fireberry,
Dragonfly, Harbor Mist, Coral Spice, Sugar Maple, Cosmic
Plum, Violet Fog

INSPIRATION
Our Fall 2015 designs and colors are inspired by travel, films,
music and beautiful artwork. Styles will feature inspiration
from Belle de Jour, Japonaiserie and Sweet Jane.

SIGNATURE COLOR
Dragonfly – Dragonfly will exist in all deliveries as the staple
colorway that brings all of the pieces together. The dark
hues of Blue make the color boldly stand out, but it also
allows a softer side when mixed in with our other
prominent colors.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
Our feather print chiffon shirt dress with detailed bow collar
in Dragonfly.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
Simple – you always need a little bit of both :)

SEE CYNTHIA STEFFE’S WORKSPACE
on page 64.
CONNECT WITH CYNTHIA STEFFE

Website: www.cynthiasteffe.com
Facebook: facebook.com/cynthiasteffe123
Twitter Handle: CynthiaSteffe
Pinterest: pinterest.com/cynthiasteffe
Instagram: cynthiasteffe
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THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
Vert Green, Forest Green, Cobalt Blue, Patrol Blue, shades
of White and Crème, Cool Pink with Burgundy and Magenta,
Gold and of course, Silver.

INSPIRATION
Personal travels to India. The main palette was driven by
the colors of massive landscape sceneries, saturated with a
high range of Greens. We added a personal touch with tonal
metallic textures.

SIGNATURE COLOR

Biscay Bay

DANIEL SILVERSTAIN

Vert Green. It’s the vividness of this color that brings life to
any color next to it. Like its culture, India’s wild nature is
extremely saturated with color, and Vert Green is a strong
part of it.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
A landscape jacquard coat and intricate multi-yarn
jacquard with a variety of textures that capture a whole
landscape in one minimalist piece.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
I’m all about a palette of color chaos that turns any woman
classy and sophisticated.

SEE DANIEL SILVERSTAIN’S WORKSPACE
on page 65.
CONNECT WITH DANIEL SILVERSTAIN

Website: www.danielsilverstain.com
Facebook: facebook.com/pages/DanielSilverstain/599329153414692
Twitter Handle: DSilverstainNYC
Pinterest: pinterest.com/danielsilver
Instagram: danielsilverstain

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THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
Rich jewel tones: Ochre, Teal, Violet, Deep Plum, Emerald
Green and Military Green.

INSPIRATION
The sultry, seductive feeling of the ‘20s. The colors give off
a dark, sensual, boudoir feeling.

SIGNATURE COLOR
Deep Plum. It is the new Black – luxurious and flattering,
but not too severe.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
One of my tailored pieces with sculpted and structured
shoulders in Military Green.

Biscay Bay

MONIQUE LHUILLIER

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
I like experimenting with different color combinations. It
creates an interesting look. I am a firm believer that fashion
should be fun.

CONNECT WITH MONIQUE LHUILLIER

Website: www.moniquelhuillier.com
Facebook: facebook.com/officialmoniquelhuillier
Twitter Handle: M_Lhuillier
Pinterest: pinterest.com/m_lhuillier
Instagram: moniquelhuillier
Blog: www.moniquelhuillier.com/journal

Biscay Bay

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THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS

Olives, Moss Greens and Browns; punches of Vibrant Reds
and Blues and touches of Rustic Orange and Yellows.

INSPIRATION

The conception began while I was on a brief retreat in a
cabin in upstate New York. It was a rented place from an
artisan who had lived there for most of his life, working
as a local pottery maker and craftsman. Throughout the
house were some of his works; sculptured pieces and
photographs inspired by the Southwest, native and Aztec
traditions filled with rich colors found in nature around the
cabin. From these colors and concepts, we began to build
our own perception of this man’s life, conjuring up ideas
of his travels, the things he may have owned or collected,
how he dressed and so on. As a result, this season tells
a story about a romantic, a wandering traveler, interested
in the world around him and intent of preserving what he
saw by reinterpreting it in his own dress and art. We played
on the colors found in the house, within his work and
throughout the heavily wooded area that was hauntingly
beautiful. There is a really noticeable and pleasing contrast
between these earth tones that lay a base for the more
vibrant pieces throughout the collection.

Marsala

ERNEST ALEXANDER

SIGNATURE COLOR

One of the most striking, and important, is a Claret Red.
We’ve custom developed a special woven fabric with one
of our mills in Italy. The material composition and texture
are something special; a boucle that fades into a plain
weave Gray wool. I think it works well because we used it
to cut a classic men’s peacoat silhouette which keeps the
attention on the textile and off any distracting detailing.
Often great colors or fabrics can get lost in over-designed
pieces, but I think by using this incredible fabric that has
such a striking color to it on a staple piece will really help
the customer appreciate the garment as a whole.

To read more from Ernest Alexander, please visit
pantone.com/ernestalexander
SEE ERNEST ALEXANDER’S WORKSPACE
on page 67.

Marsala

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CONNECT WITH ERNEST ALEXANDER

Website: www.ernestalexander.com
Facebook: facebook.com/ernestalexandernewyork
Twitter Handle: ernestalexander
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Peter Murdock

THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
Champagne, Sand, Navy, Black and Bordeaux.

INSPIRATION
‘70s glamour.

SIGNATURE COLOR
Champagne. It’s evening ‘70s glam from panne velvet to
golden foxes.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
A Navy fur coat.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?

Desert Sage

DENNIS BASSO

Each individual needs to find the colors that work best for
them and stick to them.

SEE DENNIS BASSO’S WORKSPACE
on page 62.
CONNECT WITH DENNIS BASSO
Website: www.dennisbasso.com
Facebook: facebook.com/dennisbasso
Twitter Handle: dennisbasso
Instagram: dennisbasso

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THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS

Shiitake, Marigold, Paprika, Navy, Army Green, Olive
Camo, Bone, Black and Stone Gray.

INSPIRATION

A feminine take on military and all-American references.

SIGNATURE COLOR
Army Green.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015

A menswear-inspired cross-front jumpsuit in an Army
Green lightweight gabardine with Mild Gold threading.

Dried Herb

HOUGHTON

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?

I traditionally stick to a neutral palate with a slight pop
of color. I always love Black, White and Gray as classics
designed into standalone silhouettes.

SEE HOUGHTON’S WORKSPACE
on page 73.

CONNECT WITH HOUGHTON

Website: www.houghtonnyc.com
Facebook: facebook.com/HoughtonNYC
Twitter Handle: HoughtonNYC
Pinterest: pinterest.com/HOUGHTONNY
Instagram: houghtonnyc
Blog: houghtonnyc.com/blog

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THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
Capitan Gray, Chelsea Gray, Driftwood Gray, Acorn Yellow
and Taupe.

INSPIRATION
Volcano aftermath.

SIGNATURE COLOR
Capitan Gray.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
David Tlale draped jacket in Capitan Gray.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
Life evolves as does design and color.

Stormy Weather

DAVID TLALE

CONNECT WITH DAVID TLALE
Website: www.davidtlale.com
Facebook: facebook.com/davidtlale
Twitter Handle: Tlale_large
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THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
Charcoal Gray, Cool Gray, Black, Midnight Blue, Lipstick
Red, Snow White and Dark Sand.

INSPIRATION
Mood.

SIGNATURE COLOR
Dark Gray – it works with everything and on its own.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
The luxurious overcoat – it’s Charcoal and Black.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
Blend tones of the same colors together and add
one contrast.

Stormy Weather

OVADIA & SONS

CONNECT WITH OVADIA & SONS

Website: www.ovadiaandsons.com
Facebook: facebook.com/ovadiaandsons
Twitter Handle: Ovadiaandsons
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THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
True Red, Deep Navy and Pitch Black.

INSPIRATION
The neurological condition, color synesthesia, where signs,
figures and words induce colors. Based on this idea, the
Fall collection is composed of oversized silhouettes that
help to illustrate the idea of a blur or a blob in space. A
physical replication of color, in color.

SIGNATURE COLOR
True Red. The color will make up two to three monochromatic
looks that will pop amongst the Navy and Black.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
Super wide-leg wool trousers in Navy, Red and Black. An
oversized drop-sleeve wool coat in Red, lined in Black
with hidden Black buttons. It will be available in Red, Navy,
Black and White.

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KATIE GALLAGHER

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
I love designing in monochrome. I think it creates such a
strong look covered from head-to-toe in a singular, matching
color, offset by an accessory or shoe in an opposite color.
For example, a monochromatic Red look paired with a
Navy shoe.

SEE KATIE GALLAGHER’S WORKSPACE
on page 66.
CONNECT WITH KATIE GALLAGHER

Website: www.katiegallagher.com
Facebook: facebook.com/katie.gallagher.7549
Twitter Handle: Katie_Gallagher
Pinterest: pinterest.com/katiegallagher0
Instagram: katiegallagherinstagram

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Courtesy of Lela Rose

THE DESIGNERS

LELA ROSE
PROMINENT COLORS
It centers around a canvas of Black and White to temper
the saturated hues of Deep Magenta, Minted Sea Glass and
Iced Metallic Lavender.

INSPIRATION
The colorful, patterned and textured world of birds.

SIGNATURE COLOR
A Minted Sea Glass reflects the soft, yet rich feel of the
collection and stands out against the more graphic tones of
Black and White.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR SPRING 2015
A Deep Magenta tailored long jacket in striped fringe silk
and cotton.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
I often use classic colors such as Ivory, Gray, Navy and
Black to serve as a backdrop for brighter, saturated tones.
I love to work with bold jewel tones and bright colors but
find they are best balanced with neutral colors.

SEE LELA ROSE’S WORKSPACE
on page 71.
CONNECT WITH LELA ROSE

Website: www.lelarose.com
Facebook: facebook.com/LelaRoseStudio
Twitter Handle: Lela_Rose
Pinterest: pinterest.com/lelarosestudio
Instagram: lelarose
Blog: lelarose.com/stitch-in-time
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THE DESIGNERS

PROMINENT COLORS
Warm undertones and rustic color ways including Pine
Greens, Burnt Oranges, Marigold Yellows and Cabernet
Reds run throughout along with a more neutral Sandy
Beige tone.

INSPIRATION
California Coast – the pine trees, ocean views and saturated sunsets of Big Sur.

SIGNATURE COLOR
Eclipse – Navy is the new Black.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
A simple-yet-sexy dress. Our bodycon Lyzy dress in a
Cabernet, Cream and Black plaid has cutout details and is
reversible to suit your mood.

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RACHEL PALLY

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
We’ve always had a season-less approach to color in our
collections. Past and present, we try to choose colors that
feel fresh, look beautiful and tell the story of that season.

SEE RACHEL PALLY’S WORKSPACE
on page 65.
CONNECT WITH RACHEL PALLY

Website: www.rachelpally.com
Facebook: facebook.com/RachelPally
Twitter Handle: RachelPally
Pinterest: pinterest.com/rachelpallyinc
Instagram: RachelPally
Tumblr: rachelpally.tumblr.com
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Nigel Barker

THE DESIGNERS

PAMELLA ROLAND
PROMINENT COLORS
Rich colors like Plum, Olive, Cobalt and Midnight Navy to
create fabrics that have texture and visual depth but are
lightweight.

INSPIRATION
One of my favorite books called The Beautiful Fall. During
my visit to Paris last Autumn, it was fun to recall the larger
than life personalities that inhabited the world of Paris
fashion in the ‘70s as described in the book.

SIGNATURE COLOR
A Burgundy that reminds me of a glass of red wine under
candle light creating a deeper tone.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
A Burgundy, silk chiffon gown, which is hand beaded with
scattered sequins made of velvet, crystal and strips of
fabric so that it sparkles but is so light that it floats away
from the body.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
What I love about design is that what is chaos today will
become classic in the future! It is not only in fashion but in
architecture and contemporary art as well and it is exciting
to see!

SEE PAMELLA ROLAND’S WORKSPACE
on page 69.
CONNECT WITH PAMELLA ROLAND
Website: www.pamellaroland.com
Twitter Handle: pamellaroland
Instagram: pamellaroland

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FABRICE TARDIEU
PROMINENT COLORS
Numerous shades of Dark Blue with delicate touches of
Fuchsia, Dark Grays, Bright Yellows with Midnight shades
of Blue.

INSPIRATION
I integrated these colors because I felt the world we live in
today needs more positivity, brightness and freshness. I am
tired of the morbid Black and Black colors that have been
prominent for so long. I wanted the collection to feature
signature Fall colors with a few touches of Summer colors
to bring happiness to everyone during the Winter’s
coldest days.

SIGNATURE COLOR
Fuchsia, which will be visible throughout the collection in
the linings of our blazers, sweaters and T-shirts.

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Courtesy of Fabrice Tardieu

THE DESIGNERS

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
Our cashmere jogging suit, which is printed with our
custom camouflage design that is inspired by my home
country of Haiti.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
To always keep basic colors in the collection for those that
do not want to get out of their comfort zone. I always add
bold and strong twists of freshness and colors to bring the
line to appeal to the softer side of confident gentleman.

SEE FABRICE TARDIEU’S WORKSPACE
on page 67.
CONNECT WITH FABRICE TARDIEU

Website: www.fabricetardieu.com
Facebook: facebook.com/FabriceTardieuOfficial
Instagram: fabricetardieu

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Courtesy of Alessandra Meskita

THE DESIGNERS

by Alessandra Meskita
PROMINENT COLORS

Shades of Gray, Black, Navy, Teal and Beige. All the
colors have a chic and cooling feeling and are mixed and
matched through different layers and transparencies. For
example, a Black fabric under a Teal fabric creates a dark
Gray effect. This season, the collection has a number of
items that showcase layering color combinations.

INSPIRATION

My personal likes and observations in combination with
my perception of current women trends. It’s very important
to have neutral pieces, so that women can mix and match
and create their own unique looks. I always travel light, so I
need garments that I can wear in a variety of different ways.
A basic White chiffon blouse can be paired over a skirt but
also worn with a dark Gray T-shirt and Black pants for a
classic, chic look.

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MESKITA

SIGNATURE COLOR

Black. It’s my favorite color to wear, especially in colder
months. It also has a royal and sophisticated feel to it that I
have incorporated into the collection.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015

The Black and White pleated skirt, which is a mix of leather
and silk chiffon. The collection mixes feelings of tough,
strong and sexy. I have noticed that I am often defined
by the fashion world as a mix of “tough New Yorker” and
“sexy, feminine Brazilian.” I feature a mix of strong materials
and flowing fabrics in my collection to represent this.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?

The women I design for in today’s world are elegant and
happy. They respect color chaos but also wear color classics,
while admiring both futuristic and modern looks. I love
both, but I feel like when you study society, color chaos
was used during times of unrest. Those color combinations
were used to bring color and excitement to lives when it
wasn’t naturally there.

SEE MESKITA’S WORKSPACE
on page 71.

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CONNECT WITH MESKITA

Website: www.meskita.com
Facebook: facebook.com/shopmeskita
Twitter Handle: OfficialMeskita
Pinterest: pinterest.com/officialmeskita
Instagram: meskita

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Courtesy Noon by Noor

THE DESIGNERS

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NOON BY NOOR
PROMINENT COLORS
Stone Gray, Air Force Blue, Sky Blue, Maroons, Blush,
Chartreuse Green, Midnight Blue and Dusk Pink.

INSPIRATION
Personal reflections. Each season, we indulge in a particular
mood that we aim to convey through our collection. The
selection of colors is then based on a palette that best
embodies the vibe we set out to achieve.

SIGNATURE COLOR
Gray definitely sets the mood.

MUST-HAVE ITEM FOR FALL 2015
Clutch coat in Gray.

WHAT IS YOUR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY WHEN IT COMES TO
COLOR CLASSICS AND/OR COLOR CHAOS?
We always have to include some fun/pop colors in our
collections, but at the same time, we ensure that
core/neutral colors remain dominant.

SEE NOON BY NOOR’S WORKSPACE
on page 74.
CONNECT WITH NOON BY NOOR
Website: www.noonbynoor.com
Facebook: facebook.com/NoonByNoor
Twitter Handle: noonbynoor
Pinterest: pinterest.com/noonbynoor
Instagram: noonbynoor

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