Fall and winter of 2013⁄2014 will be marked by strength and confidence. Its palette is defined by sparkles of light that twinkle in the predominant darkness of these two seasons. Immerse yourself into the velvety darkness of our silky universe and believe in the unwavering classics represented by the natural materials around us. In our perception of today's world, beauty, charm and elegance remain the ideals. We do not have to leave our futuristic values or succumb to melancholy moods. Let the harmonious and sensual depths of colour carry you away!
In their glittering pearly velvet coat, pale pastels, despite their apparent fragility, take on a dominance of their own. Their metallic shine softly wavers between the coldness and warmth of silver and gold tones. The contrast between angular, geometric shapes and the softness of their appearance leads to a natural fusion of lightness and freshness.
Colors: icy gray, light gold topaz, light yellow pearl, light blue opal, steel gray, chinchilla, pink marzipan, brown iris
Sensual sparkle and rainbow-filled darkness will be your guide. The flawless coloured irises and lustres enrich the textured fabrics and velvety surfaces. We perceive the contrast between the luxurious and the minimalist patterns as completely natural. The multitude of shapes not only creates a harmonious coexistence, but its resulting effect is rather convincing.
Colors: colour irises, garnet red, olive green, emerald, eggplant, cobalt blue, dark green, fuchsia
The ever-popular rich glossy red is unmistakeable, especially when underscored with earthy neutral tones. These stem from natural sources like kaolin clay and a diverse mix of alpine minerals. The deliberate spontaneity of joining such contrasting shades will, without a doubt, attract attention.
Colors: opaque cranberry red, fuchsia, caramel brown, night gray, lagoon, blue luster, hematite, blue iris
Back to the Light
Dark surfaces boldly confront the vibrantly contrasting accent colours creating a seemingly abstract functionality between the fabrics' details and their glass accessories. The violent explosion of contrasting colours affects our perception of the darker, classical hues. The resultant sensation is not unlike that of piercingly colourful spotlights on a dark stage.
Colors: silver white, royal blue, plum butter, strong pink, dark brown, shiny jet, slate gray, jet