A feast for the senses, the fall collection adds layers of comforting texture with a focus on natural fibers in casual, sun-washed constructions to juicy, fresh prints and embroideries. The effect is lived-in and welcoming with a nod to the Epicurean philosophy of good living.
- Perennial favorite blue looks the freshest in bold cobalt or in shades of silvered teal.
- Celery green is a soft but modern way to incorporate the hue into any palette.
- Citrus hues tend towards satsuma and blood orange for an invigorating but not oversaturated dose of color.
- Neutrals have moved into the realm of creamy taupes from sand to almond with accents of warm camels, golds, and fawns
Spring 2020 Design Trend Report
- 70s Scandi – Think oversized multicolor florals and rounded, organic shapes layered into more neutral settings for the optimistic touch we are all seeking right now.
- Cottage Chic – A creative and curated take on French-country living, with handcraft elements like rustic weaves and weathered shades with shots of faded glamour for juxtaposition.
- Natural Elements – To create a dynamic space with depth, natural fibers like blends of cotton, linen, silk, and wool add a layer that is irreproducible. As we all spend more time in our home environments, this craving for tactile elements pulled from nature is on the rise.
A moveable feast is about creating your own environment and living through the senses in an experiential way.