A symbol of hope and rebirth, the color green is associated with the seasons of spring and summer. Something we cling to on top of the pandemic that has been hounding us for a year and a half and that still appears to be hanging on by our fingernails to keep us from falling apart.
According to the fashion industry, however, we no longer have to hang our heads in shame.
Because, while the vaccine ensures that we can spend more time outside and in the company of others, the fashion industry will undoubtedly contribute to restoring our faith in humanity. And one of the ways to do so is through the color green.
When several designers presented their collections on the catwalk during Fashion Week, which was taking place, the color could be found in several places. From lime green to grass green, everything is green.
So many designers and brands that are particularly enthusiastic about the color green, as evidenced by its presentation of fluttering shirt dresses with loose sleeves and knitted cardigans in various shades of green.
King of Couture also dressed his male and female models in beautiful green (jacket) sets and dresses, which he called “the color of the season.”