Dionne recently returned from Texworld a premier fabric conference. The conference offered networking opportunities — always a plus! — and the chance to get a jump on fabric trends. Surrounded by industry insiders, Dionne recognized how beautifully Iva Jewell fits into upcoming textile trends.
Highlights from Texworld
Dionne loved seeing Color Trends by Pantone. Rich colors stole the show during the presentation color trends for Fall 2018 and Winter 2019.
Color dominates fall and winter palettes
Two reds — Red Pear and Valliant Poppy — allow designers to vary the use of the powerful color from dramatic to bright. Nebulus Blue and Ceylon Yellow round out the focus on variations of the primary colors, while Ultra Violet allows for a gorgeous pop of purple. Neutrals are warm olives and almonds, and Russet Orange adds contrast — something Dionne values in the patterns she chooses.
Feast your eyes on Pantone’s Color Trends and then shop Iva Jewell to get your accessories wardrobe totally on trend this fall.
Why Pantone color trends matter
Pantone, the industry leader in pinpointing and amplifying color trends, influences creators in all aspects of design. From clothing to home accessories, paint options and graphic design, color trends ripple throughout our lives. In addition to setting trends, Pantone leads the world in color matching and standardization, so if you’re using a paint color in a certain shade, it will look the same, whether you’re in San Francisco or London.
Iva Jewell appreciates the power of color
Color trends don’t just appear. Pantone experts work tirelessly to make sure their choices reflect a global mood to become a snapshot of what people want to see surrounding them. Seeing some of Iva Jewell’s color palettes reflected in Pantone’s color trends reminded Dionne of why color will always take center stage in her designs. Dionne appreciated the bold, saturated colors she saw at Texworld — an affirmation that women want to be seen, boldly and beautifully.
Techie by day; Designer by night. Iva Jewell by Dionne