Considering the plethora of unprecedented (pardon the now-tired expression) social and economic changes seen this year, it should come as no surprise there has been a significant shift within the realm of fashion.
When it comes to bridal jewellery, today’s couples are on the hunt for fresh, innovative twists on a classic symbol; one that can express their unique love story while remaining on the cutting edge of fashion.
Dependability and stability are at the essence of Pantone Color Insitute’s 2020 colour of the year. ‘Classic Blue,’ a timeless and enduring hue, has been selected for the calm, confidence, and reassurance it invokes.
I’m curious about how jewellery merchants of long ago could buy diamonds and know for certain they were purchasing the ‘real thing’ and not another variety of cut, colourless gemstone. How often did they worry about that?
Fall is a time for transitions and experimenting with new trends. For many, the season brings out a need for change; breezy cotton shirts and flip-flop sandals are tucked away and replaced with denim jackets, infinity scarves, and cropped boots.
More than anything, colour forecasting is a combination of in-depth research and flashes of intuition. A forecaster is constantly immersed in the world of colour; he or she lives, breathes, and dreams in colour.
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