25/10/2010 | Trends
Trends Preview 2011
Por Zingara Swimwear
Exclusively for our clients and followers, we present a gift that comes directly from our design department: the trends that are inspiring our 2011 collections. Here are the previews of the themes you will later see reflected in your swimwear, clothes and accessories for the coming seasons. Please take note:
The XXIst century teaches us that we really must learn a lot more from Nature. Design has been a good pupil and has been nourished by the perfect natural patterns and motives, from animal skins to leaf veins. The animal print continues for next season as a classic to which new colors are added, keeping the tone risky and sexy.
Another contribution of nature: from the smallest Liberty pattern to the largest flowers; wild as in an abandoned garden, or groomed in the English tradition. The naïve romanticism of an afternoon in the garden is moved to floral prints in a colorful explosion.
The different cultures that once seemed so far away from ours nowadays cohabit, whereas in a metropolis, on the Internet or even by means of food. And of course it couldn’t go unnoticed for fashion: designs take inspiration on antique aesthetics of Eastern cultures to add exotism, mystery and classic beauty to Western garments. Zingara takes a bet on complex and colorful arabesques, as well as kaleidoscopies images.
Bold colors, geometrical sequences, looped asymmetries… The thousand and one games generated by graphic design and extracted from urban rhythms play as an inspiration for this group, that is deeply connected to the daily life of cosmopolitan cities and their landscapes. As a result, we get modern, strong and playful patterns.
The nautical world, with a strong vintage influence, goes on inspiring fashion, most probably due to its close link to summer. Anchors, knots, sailors, nets, strings, stripes and of course the combination of bleu-blanc-rouge (blue, white and red), which sees the addition of golden hues for glamour. Navy style is already a classic, and that’s why it suits everyone, from the little ones to the most experienced.
The color palettes is intense, travelling through acquatic hues, from indigo to turquoise to coral. On the meantime, purple and bright green, as well as roses and lilacs, take us to the garden, reinforcing our bond with the natural world.Tweet
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