By  on July 22, 2019

Cosmic, poetic and dualistic: That’s the mood for fall 2020 textile trends presented at Première Vision New York. The upcoming season is celestial, earthy, and maybe even magical, presenting an eye-catching — and somewhat chilling — take on textiles. The event was held on July 16 to 17 at Pier 94 in New York.

Influenced by a color story of contrasting, complementary colors, hues are mainly cool-toned and uniquely named, donning futuristic, dystopian titles such as carnivorous bait, a crimson blood-red; emerald potion, a dark forest green; moon skin, an icy sage hue; mystical land, which is almost black; shamanic blue, a royal sapphire shade; or fine particle, a very deep, dark brown. Its “A20W21” theme’s three main categories — digital neutralities, egocentric intensities and dreamy depths — collectively introduce a season of “dashing and languid brilliance,” “reminiscent of an imaginary world” that has “fallen from an exo-planet”; yes — poetic indeed.

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