Trendstop gives blog readers a first look at three essential colour directions from the Spring Summer 2017 Resort catwalks.

Trendstop’s catwalk team bring you the latest looks fresh from the runways, helping to ensure that collections have the optimum expert analysis to inform colour decision making. These emerging trends are developed through further analysis, as our experts curate inspirational seasonal reports and evaluate each individual trends commercial value as well as their longevity over the coming seasons.

This week, blog readers get an exclusive insight into three of the essential women’s colour directions first identified in Trendstop’s SS17 Colour Forecast and now emerging on the SS17 Resort catwalks. Red Brick and Rich Denim Ink introduce new depth to the Spring Summer palette with rich, saturated tones. Ice cream colours express a fresh sophistication as Vanilla Cream brings a subtle femininity to clean utility looks.

Red Brick

Trendstop Red Brick Resort 2017

Red Brick brings new richness to the Spring/Summer palette. Fiery oxblood tones with a reddened hue embolden utility casuals and sporty outerwear. Layered single colour co-ords with minimal detailing create a statement presence in strong saturated shades.

Images courtesy of Trendstop, left to right: Tomas Maier, Helmut Lang, MM6 Maison Margiela, all Resort 2017.

Vanilla Cream

Trendstop Vanilla Cream Resort 2017

Summer shades are refreshed with cooling vanilla tones. Sweet creamy shades contrast with stiffened starched cottons, lending a lightness of touch and a feminine feel to structured silhouettes and pared back utility pieces.

 Images courtesy of Trendstop, left to right: Sacai, Sportmax, Calvin Klein Collection, all Resort 2017.  

Rich Denim Ink

Trendstop Rich Denim Ink Resort 2017

Classic denim blues evolve a luxurious new look for SS17 as indigo undertones bring depth to dark saturated shades. Tailored denim and supple polished leather fabrications compliment the sophisticated mood informing outerwear applications.

Images courtesy of Trendstop, left to right: Hermes, Wes Gordon, Balmain, all Resort 2017.