One of the favourite things we enjoy in designing fabrics and our collections is market analysis, tracking fashion trends and following closely social and economical phenomena which always affect the direction and dynamics of changes in the fashion industry.
Following the fashion shows of the best designers in the world from Paris, Milan and London we noticed that the colors of French macaroons are appearing in the spring/summer 2020 season. We have been particulary fascinated by the runway show of a designer from southern France – Simon Porte Jacquemus, which took place in the fabulous Provence on a lavender meadow.
The colours selected by the designer are very close to the palette of one of our catalogues – Ungava, but we will come back to it in a moment. Jacquemus showed oversize jackets in shades of pink and in menswear, he focused on lime-coloured jackets that evoke the thought of a sunny summer.
We have to admit that our fabrics are mostly used for classic menswear, but many of them is also quite often used for women’s collections as well as bespoke tailoring for ladies.
Responding to current trends, we have introduced to our collection the Ungava catalog, created from 50 fabrics with twill weave in a variety of solid colors, in the most beautiful shades: pink, orange, lime and many others. From pastel to intensely saturated colors.
Each fabric is woven with 98% Australian merino wool, which is perfect at high spring and summer temperatures, as it has thermoregulatory properties, and 2% elastane which in women’s suits increases comfort and wearability. This is one of our favourite cataluges, offering a wealth of colours and nobility of fabrics.
Attached are some photos of our proposals for the current spring/summer 2020 season and inspirations from the Jacquemus catwalk