Designers showcased their Spring/Summer 2022 collections in September, highlighting a return to joy and positivity for the coming season. From vibrant neons to pastels, Pantone’s ten SS22 fashion colors have been spotted on the catwalk – all styles included. FashionUnited lists every color palette that will shape next year’s fashion.
Blending the intensity of emerald green with the delicacy of almond green, Pantone’s Cascade offers a refreshing take on this summer shade. It’s green at its core and infused with a bit of blue for a cool, clear effect that catches the eye. Spotted on the catwalk with flowers at Antonio Marras and Dolce & Gabbana and worn with white at Auralee.
Coffee Quartz from Pantone is a comforting yet glamorous color that can be worn all year round, combining chocolate brown with slightly lighter undertones for a summery look. Andrew GN used the color in a structured mini dress, while Blumarine presented skinny leather pants with cut-outs.
There’s no doubt that Pantone’s Coral Rose will make wardrobes optimistic – it’s the epitome of the summer season and this time it comes in an extra saturated version. It is full of energy and excitement, while still being close to the inspiration of flowers. Batsheva went for a total look, Nicole Miller showed off a ruffled mini dress with puff sleeves, while Nensi Dojaka’s swimsuits were paired with pale pink to tone it down.
Pantone’s Super Sonic, a nod to the Mediterranean blue, will turn heads, especially when chosen as a complete look. Vibrant, intense yet electric, it can be combined with other shades of blue for a tonal effect that is a punch has. Alaïa’s dress is one that stands alone, while Acne Studios’ ensemble can be easily combined.
Aptly named Popcorn, Pantone’s seasonal take on yellow, is subtle – it’s both austere and cheerful and filled with warmth. Chloé paired it with a black strapless top and sandals and Acne Studios chose to pair it with white, while Dawei opted for a monochromatic look made of casual layers.
Pantone’s Potpourri is a fresh, light baby pink that is breezy and soothing to the eye. This new pink iteration gives a sense of calm and looks more mellow than the usual blush shades. Brandon Maxwell mixed it with white for a modern gingham print and Elisabetta Franchi and Dawei presented draped and textured shapes respectively, both balanced by the softness of Potpourri.
The lavender version of Spring/Summer 2022 is cheerful and celebrates the love for nature’s vibrant flowers. Less pastel and more saturated than the traditional light purples, Pantone’s Orchid Bloom has been spotted on relaxed, draped pieces at Issey Miyake and Dawei. Marco Rambaldi combined the color with classic white on a knee-length knitted dress.
Pantone’s Bubblegum is the epitome of positivity – it’s saturated, bright and upbeat. The color comes both as a combination color and as a base for prints in next summer’s collections, accentuating every shade with which it is combined. Adam Lippes and Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood chose to show it plain for maximum impact, while Agnès B. incorporated it into an abstract, colorful pattern.
A reference to the outdoors and a return to nature, Pantone’s Sudan Brown embodies earthy tones. It’s a mix of classic brown with mustard hues, a shade that works just as well in the city as it does in nature. Both Elisabetta Franchi and Akris opted for tone-on-tone looks, resulting in a refined, elegant silhouette.
This sharp, eye-catching shade sits in the middle of neon yellow and apple green. Fragile Sprout is the most pigmented shade among Pantone’s SS22 fashion colors and impresses. At David Koma and Blumarine it was combined with contrasting black and gray, at Eudon Choi with bright orange trousers.
All images: via Catwalkpictures
This article first appeared on FashionUnited.UK, then translated and edited into Dutch by Ilona Fonteijn.
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