Issue 62 | AW 2022/23 Part One

There’s no doubt that the near future holds some huge challenges. However, the importance and power of community, collaboration and support has offered a thread of hope that has run throughout the collective Covid-19 experience.

Both of our new stories, in very different ways, address notions of communities coming together; with Pastorale it is the pull and allure of online fantasy groups, while Coast explores the tight-knit self-reliance of North Atlantic seafarers.

More than ever, 2020 has highlighted the vitally important approach of meeting challenges with a healthy dose of imagination and ingenuity. With this in mind, we are excited to introduce our new continuity colours. Like many great ideas, it’s deceptively simple; we have identified a set of ten core colours with longevity stretching beyond a single season to help our members navigate this tricky period of trade ahead. 

Also in this issue

  • Features, essays and interviews exploring the drivers behind the AW 2022/23 forecast
  • 40 pages of trend and colour and material direction and analysis
  • Global colour palettes and regional variances for Europe, Middle East, South Africa, North America, Latin America, Asia, India, Australia & New Zealand
  • Early adopters of our AW 2021/22 directions Grit and Swansong
  • Colour innovator interviews
  • Focus on innovations in the contract sector

For AW 2022/23 Part One forecasts, our digital archive, in-depth bi-annual Colour, Material and Finish forecasts and more, become a Colour Hive member today.

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