Fashion designers try to defeat Corona with color
Fashion bloggers and industry experts expect an explosion of emotional and glamorous colors, as the Corona pandemic continues, as designers at a recent show in Milan tried to do their best to follow the new rainbow rule.
The pandemic left its mark on the sense of color in the fashion industry during the Milan Spring-Summer fashion shows in late September.
And experts in the color industry at the American company, Pantone, expect "a union between calm and healing colors, in addition to a rainbow of hope and fun for 2022."
The Italian brand "Max Mara" mixed white and very wide straight pants for women, while the models who wore masks in colors in line with the bright summer trends showed in front of the audience.
The men in the "Fendi" show appeared bright red wearing shorts and knee-high socks, but "Dolce & Gabbana" evoked perhaps the wildest mixture of colors, with a group of bright works based on colorful patches of cloth that recalled the mood of Sicily and the 1990s. .
And fashion journalist and blogger Bernard Rutsel considered faded colors the biggest sin a person can commit while choosing his clothes, especially during a pandemic.