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Ginger & Jagger
SE ASON AL STATE ME N TS:

Ora nge is ba ck: orange re-emerges as an

INTRODUCTION important bright for S/S 18, evolving from the recent
popularity of amber and coral tones

P a st e ls a ppe a r luminous: pastels are far


Ti mes are shi ft i ng and so i s col our, from flat, with a fizzy, almost luminous quality that
wi t h t ones b ecomi ng more versat i l e as allows them to work as an alternative to neons
concep t s of g end er, ag e and season N e ut ra ls be come more luxurious: there is
b ecome more fl ui d . Wel come t o t he a richness to neutral tones for S/S 18, with earthy
new era of col our d ual i t y. browns that appear almost red, and beige
underpinned by yellow, in line with this season's
wider focus on colour duality
What is a masculine colour? What does 42 years
old look like? And how do summer items differ A yout hful a t t it ude is ke y: traditional
from winter? As our ideas of age, gender and concepts of age are subsiding, replaced by a more
seasons become more fluid, colour becomes youthful attitude. For colour, this results in tones with
increasingly versatile, with tones that are zing, and a greater focus on rule-breaking mixes
GLOBAL COLOU R S/ S 18

characterised by a sense of duality. D a rks a re import a nt for summe r: contrast


This report presents palettes for WGSNs four S/S is key for S/S 18, with a range of darker tones used
18 Vision trends, providing a blueprint of where to complement and contrast the season's more
colour is heading. Each palette is also grounded by typical brights
darks that work for the southern hemisphere's
colder seasons, making this a collection with true
global relevance.
T H E V I S I O N T R E N D I N D E X

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S PR I NG T R ANS I T I O NAL S PR I NG / M I D-S PR I NG & FE S T I V AL S UM M E R / HI G H S UM M E R S UM M E R T R ANS I T I O NAL
GLOBAL COLOU R S/ S 18

arthy brown, rusty red and mossy


E Global influences inform the Kinship High summer kicks in the with the Youth Tonic embraces the exuberance
green set the tone for the Slow Futures palette, which features reds and Psychotropical palette, which features and energy of youth with an eclectic
palette, which takes inspiration from the yellows that herald the beginning of blazing, almost synthetic brights with range of colours, ranging from dark
interplay between the industrial and the summer. These have an inherent an exaggerated quality, which are offset plum tones to luminous pastels,
natural, offering a smooth transition intensity that embodies the optimism of by lush, deep jungle tones for a providing plenty of opportunity to mix
from winter to spring. the season, balanced by calming striking contrast. and mismatch as summer comes to a
blues. close.
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Slow Futures explores the interplay between the
industrial and the natural, taking inspiration from rusty
metals, moss-covered buildings and sun-baked
surfaces. This is a palette of texture and depth,
offering a smooth transition from winter to the
warmer days of spring.

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GLOBAL COLOU R S/ S 18

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Brook Enright
16-1325 T C X M etal l i c

18-1242 T C X Ru s t

14-1036 T C X Y el l o w O ch r e

18-6011 T C X M ar b l e G r een

10115 C M etal l i c

15-0543 T C X G r een S u l p h u r

spri ng/ summe r 2 0 1 8 8460 C M etal l i c

Duality is a defining feature of this palette, with colours 17-1502 T C X D ar k N i ck el

such as Charcoal Brown appearing almost black or blue, 10154 C M etal l i c


and Rust skirting the boundary between red and brown.
11-1305 T C X P i n k S an d
This changeability plays into a wider theme for S/S 18
colour, which prizes flexible hues that work across 8880 C M etal l i c

categories, seasons or genders. Deeper tones such as


18-1426 T C X Red O x i d e
Red Oxide and Marble Green work as transitional colours
as winter recedes, while Yellow Ochre, Green Sulphur and
Salt Water herald the beginning of brighter days. 12-1403 T C X Bo n e

10292 C M etal l i c

12-5403 T C X S al t Water

19-1111 T C X C h ar co al Br o w n

CORE
COL OURS 19-4005 T C X 19-3900 T C X 19-1218 T C X 11-4300 T C X
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Kinship is a trend with a global outlook and a

4. Li Guijun
bohemian spirit, inspired by the morphing of cultural
influences around the world. Colours are vibrant and
reminiscent of a spice box, with an inherent intensity

3. Jennifer Inkatji
that is perfect for summer.
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Naata Nungurrayi
10148 C M etal l i c

16-1330 T C X Ro s e M ad d er

10145 C M etal l i c

16-1149 T C X D ar k G i n g er

15-1054 T C X G o l d en S p i ce

17-1644 T C X Bak ed C o r al

spri ng/ summe r 2 0 1 8

his is an upbeat palette that goes easy on the darks.


T 18-1762 T C X C ar m i n e

Earthy reds are a defining feature, and range from rich


tones such as Red Mulberry and Dark Orchid to more
18-2525 T C X D ar k O r ch i d
traditional summery hues of Baked Coral and Rose
Madder. Dark Ginger and Golden Spice add intensity to
the palette, while Blue Sage, Washed Indigo and Horizon
19-1656 T C X Red M u l b er r y
Blue offer a calming counterbalance.

15-5207 T C X Bl u e S ag e

19-3929 T C X Was h ed I n d i g o

17-4030 T C X H o r i z o n Bl u e

CORE
COL OURS 19-4023 T C X 17-0625 T C X 16-1120 T C X 11-4300 T C X
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Psychotropical explores the growing convergence of the

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physical and digital, and the hyperreal perception of nature that
comes from this. Colours are exaggerated, with levels that
appear to have been artificially skewed, and these are offset by
deep jungle tones.

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2. Kew Gardens
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GLOBAL COLOU R S/ S 18

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Luis Dourado
8720 C M etal l i c

19-0419 T C X K o m b u G r een

19-5414 T C X D eep J u n g l e

373 C Li g h tn i n g Bu g

10113 C M etal l i c

12-0738 T C X Y el l o w G l ar e

spri ng/ summe r 2 0 1 8 10339 C M etal l i c

The Psychotropical palette is characterised by brights with 18-0430 T C X T r o p i c M o s s

an almost synthetic quality, such as Lightning Bug and


Yellow Glare, which are set against the deeper jungle
17-1842 T C X C h ar g ed P i n k
tones of Tropic Moss and Midnight Teal. This is a palette of
juxtaposition, but also one of tonal pairings, with Charged 8763 C M etal l i c

Pink sitting harmoniously next to Solar Orange, and Blue


19-4524 T C X M i d n i g h t T eal
Butterfly working comfortably with Venom Blue. The
resulting collection is perfect for the mix-and-mismatch that
is common for high-summer items. 16-1462 T C X S o l ar O r an g e

10287 C M etal l i c

15-5207 T C X V en o m Bl u e

10261 C M etal l i c

19-4053 T C X Bl u e Bu tter f l y

CORE
COL OURS 19-4005 T C X 19-4023 T C X 17-0625 T C X 11-0601 T C X
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This direction embodies the energy of youth and without
a neon in sight. Luminous pastels provide fizzy pops of

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colour, while other tones appear more subdued and
nostalgic. What ties them together, however, is the way they
are clashed and
combined in rule-breaking ways.

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GLOBAL COLOU R S/ S 18

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Grazia Korea
18-0510 T C X G r een A s h

11-0710 T C X A r ti f i ci al Y el l o w

715 C O r an g e A l er t

15-3412 T C X E l ectr i c Li l ac

spri ng/ summe r 2 0 1 8 18-1537 T C X M etal l i c

The Youth Tonic palette is all about mixing, matching, and 17-1553 T C X I n d i e Red

mismatching colours, with tones that range from electric


pastels such as Artificial Yellow to heavy darks such as
13-4308 T C X Bl u e Bo y
Green Ash and Plum Shadow. Look closer, however, and
it's clear this is also a palette of complementary tones.
United Blue and Blue Boy work harmoniously when
19-2118 T C X P l u m S h ad o w
placed side by side, as do Pop Pink and Electric Lilac,
offering a sense of balance beneath Youth Tonics eclectic
exterior. 16-1529 T C X P o p P i n k

14-4310 T C X U n i ted Bl u e

12-0109 T C X F i z z y G r een

CORE
COL OURS 19-4005 T C X 19-3900 T C X 15-4502 T C X 11-0601 T C X
Superstudio
11-0601 T C X O p ti c Wh i te

11-4300 T C X I v o r y

CORE COLOURS 15-4502 T C X S m o k e

spri ng/ summe r


2018 16-1120 T C X S an d
WGSN's palette of core colours provides a base of
indispensable tones to build your collections around, and
is designed to complement the other palette's colours. For
S/S 18 the core palette has been expanded with Optic 17-0625 T C X C am o

White, which is ideal for fresh summer items, as well as


Smoke, which is a light grey with a purple undertone,
playing into the wider message of colour duality for the 19-1218 T C X C h o co l ate
season. Chocolate and Graphite have also been added at
the darker end of the spectrum.

19-4023 T C X N av y

19-3900 T C X C h ar co al

19-4005 T C X Bl ack
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KEY CO LO UR MESSAGES I N T E N S E O R A N G E
he ambers and corals that have been popular for recent seasons evolve into more intense, fiery
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oranges for S/S 18. Tones such as Solar Orange and Dark Ginger make a high-impact statement

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for the season, and can be used all over or as accents.

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GLOBAL COLOU R S/ S 18

16-1462 TCX 16-1149 TCX 10145 C


Solar Orange Dark Ginger Dark Ginger Metallic
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KEY CO LO UR MESSAGES B A K E D H U E S
range of earthy red and rust tones for S/S 18 have a depth and an aged quality, as though
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baked on over time. These colours sit somewhere between neutrals and mid-tones, and work
well for transseasonal designs.

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GLOBAL COLOU R S/ S 18

18-1426 TCX 18-1242 TCX


Red Oxide Rust
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KEY CO LO UR MESSAGES E X O T I C M A G E N T A
urple was a key message for S/S 17, and evolves into a sweeter magenta for S/S 18. Dark
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Orchid is an important addition to the palette for this season, offering a richness that feels exotic,

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but also commercial.

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GLOBAL COLOU R S/ S 18

18-2525 TCX
Dark Orchid
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KEY CO LO UR MESSAGES B O T A N I C G R E E N S
reen has been an enduring success story for colour over recent seasons, and for S/S 18 it
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develops in a more sophisticated, botanical way, with plant-inspired tones ranging from lush

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Kombu Green and Tropic Moss to brighter, more acidic Green Sulphur.

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GLOBAL COLOU R S/ S 18

19-0419 TCX 18-0430 TCX 15-0543 TCX


Kombu Green Tropic Moss Green Sulphur
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KEY CO LO UR MESSAGES E L E C T R I C P A S T E L S
astels are back, but they are far from flat for S/S 18. Colours such as Fizzy Green and Electric
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Lilac have an almost luminous quality, and can be used as a more sophisticated alternative to the
obvious brightness of neons.

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GLOBAL COLOU R S/ S 18

15-3412 TCX 373 C


Electric Lilac Fizzy Green
COLOU R RE F E RE NCE S / S 18 PANTONE DO WN L O A D C O L O UR C A RD - P A N TO N E TE X TI L E

TCX
S LOW FUTURE S KINSHIP P S YC H O TRO P I C A L YO UTH TO N I C C ORE C OLOURS

18-1242 TCX 16-1330 TCX 19-0419 TCX 18-0510 TCX 11-0601 TCX

14-1036 TCX 16-1149 TCX 19-5414 TCX 11-0710 TCX 11-4300 TCX

18-6011 TCX 15-1054 TCX 373 C 715 C 15-4502 TCX

15-0543 TCX 17-1644 TCX 12-0738 TCX 15-3412 TCX 16-1120 TCX

17-1502 TCX 18-1762 TCX 18-0430 TCX 17-1553 TCX 17-0625 TCX

11-1305 TCX 18-2525 TCX 17-1842 TCX 13-4308 TCX 19-1218 TCX

18-1426 TCX 19-1656 TCX 19-4324 TCX 19-2118 TCX 19-3900 TCX

12-1403 TCX 16-5904 TCX 16-1462 TCX 16-1529 TCX 19-4023 TCX

12-5403 TCX 19-3929 TCX 15-5207 TCX 14-4310 TCX 19-4005 TCX

19-1111 TCX 17-4030 TCX 19-4053 TCX 12-0109 TCX


* This is a reference guide only, colours on
computer screens vary.
COLOU R RE F E RE NCE S / S 18 PANTONE COATED DO WN L O A D C O L O UR C A RD - P A N TO N E C O A TE D

S LOW FUTURE S KINSHIP P S YC H O TRO P I C A L YO UTH TO N I C C ORE C OLOURS

4705 C 7606 C 7771 C Cool Grey 10 C Cool Grey 1 C

7509 C 7565 C 7477 C 7499 C 663 C

417 C 2011 C 373 C 715 C Warm Grey 3 C

7751 C 2032 C 127 C 7437 C 2312 C

2332 C 710 C 7750 C 2033 C 476 C

7604 C 2047 C 2040 C 5445 C 2326 C

4985 C 202 C 2168 C 7645 C 432 C

482 C 7538 C 2026 C 486 C 2336 C

7541 C 5265 C 5493 C 630 C 426 C

412 C 646 C 7686 C 7485 C


* This is a reference guide only, colours on
computer screens vary.
COLOUR REFERENCE S/S 18 CNCS DO WN L O A D C O L O UR C A RD - C N C S

S LOW FUTURE S KINSHIP P S YC H O TRO P I C A L YO UTH TO N I C C ORE C OLOURS

016 35 12 016 65 12 056 30 07 088 40 00 088 90 00

040 70 17 026 55 22 088 25 12 048 90 12 000 90 00

072 35 07 031 65 27 056 90 17 026 60 27 048 70 00

050 70 27 007 55 27 040 90 17 136 75 17 040 60 07

008 50 00 007 50 32 048 40 12 007 45 27 024 25 12

024 85 02 002 30 27 159 45 37 112 75 07 048 60 07

008 35 12 151 40 22 112 35 12 160 25 07 120 20 02

032 75 07 072 55 02 015 55 37 010 65 22 136 20 02

088 85 02 120 35 07 096 65 07 112 75 12 120 25 02

024 20 02 119 60 22 122 35 22 064 85 07


* This is a reference guide only, colours on
computer screens vary.
COLOUR RE F E RE NCE S/ S 18 CSI DO WN L O A D C O L O UR C A RD - C S I

S LOW FUTURE S KINSHIP P S YC H O TRO P I C A L YO UTH TO N I C C ORE C OLOURS

0701453 MC 0200480 MC 0904554 MC 0900410 CO 0303044 CO

0100400 MC 0201523 MC 0903114 MC 0100140 MC 1200071 MC

0901075 CO 0200076 MC 0904505 CO 0202140 MC 0801391 CO

0903509 CO 0200257 CK 0100080 MC 0402381 CO 0801265 CO

1100132 MC 0301184 MC 0900350 MC 0201620 MC 0902992 MC

0303106 CO 0402644 CO 0300366 MC 0500990 CK 0701931 MC

0300989 MC 0300561 MC 0504033 MC 0402020 MC 0700130 MC

0800071 MC 1100884 MC 0200461 MC 0200329 MC 1100235 MC

0903487 CO 0500682 MC 0601127 CO 0601066 CO 0503617 MC

0700462 MC 0501135 MC 0503174 MC 0903770 MC


* This is a reference guide only, colours on
computer screens vary.
F U TU RE TRE N D S CRITICAL PATH S/S 18
THE VISION L ifesty le & I nter ior s C olour Ac c essor ies & Footwear V isual Mer c hand ising
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D EE C
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Women' s C olour
COLOUR M
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LL AA TT EE M
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Kid s' For ec ast
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Reg ional C olour C omp ar ison Ac tive For ec ast
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UNN EE EE AA RR LL YY JJ U
U LL YY Swimwear For ec ast
Ac tive Textiles For ec ast LL AA TT EE SS EE PP TT EE M
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C olour b y Reg ion EE AA RR LL YY SS EE PP TT EE M
M BB EE RR Knit & J er sey For ec ast
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UNN EE LL AA TT EE JJ U
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Beauty C olour C osmetic s D esig n C ap sules
LL AA TT EE SS EE PP TT EE M
M BB EE RR Ac c essor ies & Footwear
EE AA RR LL YY SS EE PP TT EE M
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Kid s' C olour LL AA TT EE JJ U
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SE ASO N AL D RO PS S/S 18
To help with S/S 18 planning, WGSNs four Vision trends are mapped across six The WGSN seasonal recommendations are broken down into the following:
key retail drops. This will provide clear insight into which Vision trend will be most
The season opens with Slow Futures, focusing on practical and functional product that
relevant for which parts of the season, enabling effective planning for product
crosses over from winter into the Spring Transitional drop
development across all seasonal ranges.
Kinship has two drops: Spring which centres around lighter layers, and Mid-Spring &
Festival, which explores new festival essentials

Psychotropical also has two drops: Summer which targets both casual and resort, and
High-Summer, which focuses on beach looks, with an emphasis on print and pattern

Youth Tonic has an expressive urban attitude that works for the Summer Transitional drop,
as the season moves towards autumn

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TRENDS

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DROPS SPRING TRANSITIONAL SPRING MID-SPRING & FESTIVAL SUMMER HIGH SUMMER SUMMER TRANSITIONAL

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