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How Fashion Designer Create Relation With Color and Design

How Fashion Designer Create Relation With Color and Design

Jahanara Akter
Editor, Fashion Elongation
Email: fashionelongation@gmail.com



The choice of color within design is quite a personal thing. We all have our own personal palettes that we like to work with – colors that we feel are exciting, comfortable, classy or fun.

As a fashion designer you may have to work outside your own range of colors with palettes you are not very comfortable with. But, if you have a own fashion house or boutiques, then you will free to use your color with design to decorate a dress. It is therefore important to try and understand the relation with color and design and how colors work together, and experiment.

Relation with color and design
Relation with color and design

Different designers color choice:

Certain fashion designers are known for their use of color. They are apply their own choice on color with design. Some designers color selection are mentioned in below:

  • The Japanese designers Comme des Garçons and Yohji Yamamoto tend to use dark colors. Their collections are timeless and concentrate more on the clever cutting of a garment than a fanciful color.
  • Versace, however, relishes colorful collections to seduce its customer.
  • Marni and Dries Van Noten use color beautifully, their palettes are sophisticated and unusual.
  • Calvin Klein is known for its muted neutral tones and Tommy Hilfiger for bold primary colors.
  • Certain colors such as red, navy, black, white and ivory are so basic they are always fashionable for mass-market end usage.
  • Menswear colors tend to use these safer colors in mass-market and high-end fashion.
  • For the children wear, every designers prefer to design soft and cool color.



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