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Color Spotlight for Fall Winter 2024

From a recent viewing of new designers, luxury brands and Dover Street Markets in London and New York, we’re sharing a preview of  5 FALL colors that showed up on the FW 24/25 runway previews, store displays and FALL Lookbooks.

Oxblood –  Tasteful, deep cherry wine across bottoms, tops, suits, outerwear and everyday key pieces and in handbags and shoes. This color trend will start showing up in wardrobes, events, and around town in as early as  June and July. Leather suit by Versace.

Cement Gray – Beautiful for Fall textile elements such as sweaters, scarfs and knits, pulls everything together, even elevates your well-worn denim. No one remembers it’s a staple color.

Deep Olive – This color was seen on Burberry runways as well and North Face tech wear models and Fall lookbooks. Whatever your style, this color relays a cool utility element or a sophisticated style depending on fabric, brand and how you wear it. 

Butter – Neutral and natural, fits smoothly in to your wardrobe, just as it sounds. This color showed up in apparel pieces, knits, coats and blazers and even makeup hues such as eyeshadow and skin highlighter.

Red Cherry – Another power color, like Oxblood but serves as a minor pop of color this Fall and Winter. It showed up under blazers, jackets, and in accessories. Another timeless staple that can be paired with any of the top colors.

White – don’t forget white! Added to the top 5 list by your Talent Suede crew. Winter whites will be everywhere in casual and dress shoes and block print or solid fabrics. Keep a look out for fun and ideal pieces, especially boots.

Information and data courtesy of MMGNET Group. Photo credit by Launchmetrics for Versace.


Article written by Lisa Hollister

About the Author / Writer

Lisa Hollister, PHR is the Founder of Talent Suede; HR consulting and Writer for the apparel industry. She brings 16 years HR & fashion industry experience, specializing in HR solutions, Executive Search and informative articles. When not working, Lisa attends fashion markets at her local NYC- Dover Street Market and travels to other markets such as Dover in London and trade Shows such as Magic, Remode, Agenda and Couterie to expand her network, resources and bring you up-to-date industry information.

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