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Pink Is Out Of Date And Is Said To Be 2019 Popular With Bright Yellow, Red, And Blue

Aug 22, 2017

2019 in the spring, when Britain begins in Europe, we will find ourselves attracted by the bright colors of happy, vivacious and similar Lego bricks.

You probably know that pink was popular in 2016, from T-shirts, soft decorations to Acne bags, pink everywhere.

Pink is also given a new meaning, known as the "Millennium powder", has become a symbol of the fourth wave of feminism. Pink is no longer a sign of weakness, but a woman's power.

But the pink wind is going to be out of fashion.

"We do feel that the heat of pink has started to decline, and pink has peaked in 2016," said Jane Monnington Boddy, manager of WGSN, a London fashion trends forecasting agency."

This month, Boddy released the 2019 spring / summer fashion trends - "we'll see more main colors, which are different from the fashionable, beautiful style."."

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In the future, red, yellow and sky blue will be very popular. 2019 in the spring, when Britain begins in Europe, we will find ourselves attracted by the bright colors of happy, lively and similar Lego bricks.

"I never thought a trend would surprise me," she says. "I'm always fascinated by it."."

Boddy's work is enviable. She travels all over the world, finds colors that are constantly appearing, and collects new messages from different people.

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Many companies in the market and advertising marketing will refer to the latest trends in color trends. Cars, vacuum cleaners, cell phones, toothbrushes, coffee makers, etc., all have to choose the right color for the product.

Some companies even apply for trademarks in order to prevent competitors from copying. For example, 3M's newspaper sticker and Tiffany's blue box have all applied for trademarks.

In April, Boddy saw a lot of red on Saint Martin's graduation show and at the Seoul fashion show, and the frequency of red in the street shot was also high. She thinks that red is popular because it's a color that allows humans to connect. After all, our blood is red.

In today's increasingly divisive political environment, the connection is particularly precious.

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