Lanxess unveils new fall, winter season leather trends

Lanxess unveils new fall, winter season leather trends

7:43 AM, 28th June 2016
Lanxess unveils new fall, winter season leather trends
Lanxess, a world-leading manufacturer of leather chemicals, unveils leather trends for the upcoming 2017/18 season.

COLOGNE, GERMANY: Lanxess AG has unveiled its new leather trends for the upcoming 2017/18 season. The articles it is presenting reflect the future of leather fashions in terms of colour, structure, haptics and overall appearance.

At the company’s own competence center for upper leather in Santa Croce sull’Arno, Italy, Lanxess technicians and designers are busy creating future fashion collections 18 months in advance. After an inspiration phase, they choose the colours that are to characterize the leather collection.

In the next step, the Lanxess experts develop the corresponding leather articles and recipes, and then present them to customers individually. This approach enables tanneries to prepare for implementing these trends. They are also provided with valuable, practical application tips.

The major trends for the Fall/Winter season 2017/2018 are: Autunno Rosa with bright red and pink tones; Transizione Verde, dominated by the colour green; Paesaggi Invernali with a variety of colour tones and Scuro de Inverno, with primarily dark tones.

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