Collections at the winter edition of Première Vision New York presented refinement, delicacy and optimism as top trends for the upcoming season. This year’s edited selection of 254 exhibitors across fabric, leather, textile designs and accessories sectors displayed spring 2019 collections at Pier 94 on Jan. 16 and 17.
Emblematic of the season itself, spring will introduce juicy, bright colors, subtle shine and sunny, graphic florals for forthcoming collections, according to Julie Greux, the associate fashion director at Première Vision. Juxtaposed with muted, tranquil tones and summery browns, textiles will be soft, clean and fresh. Creamy, supple fabrics alongside vibrant graphics, faceted polygons and geometric patterns embody the stark contrasts that define this season; but contrast is perhaps best represented in the trend “artificial and natural,” a blend of nature-inspired colors such as muted yellow-browns or “sap,” and punchy jewel tones.