NEW YORK — Six color groups and three themes for silhouette and fabric rounded out Celanese’s fall 2003 trend forecast, presented recently in New York by James Siewert, manager of trend direction.
“There is an obvious, visual mood to the palette for this season,” said Siewert. “The overall warmth of colors allows for the melding of shades, moving away from tonal play and into more contrast. Hues are defined and individual, not just in groups, but as single colors as well. The entire palette allows for a mix of warm hand fabrications, surface textural weaves and knits in visual combinations of matte and luster finishes.”
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