TFL has released its new TFL Colour Trends Catalogue for the season Autumn Winter 2022-23. In the catalogue, TFL presents the colour trends for leather garment, footwear, accessories and additionally for the upholstery industry.
TFL has released its new TFL Colour Trends Catalogue for the season Autumn Winter 2022-23.
In the catalogue, TFL presents the colour trends for leather garment, footwear, accessories and additionally for the upholstery industry.
The colour trends are divided into “Wearing” and “Living”, devoting a section to each within the publication. “Wearing” comprises inspirations and colour trends for garments, footwear and accessories.
The “Living” section features all colours that will decorate the season’s interior designs.
In “Wearing”, we discover the “nouvelle vogue” of buying less by choosing timeless products made with premium materials and the taste of personalization. We revive brush-off leathers with amber nuances and reduced thickness for lightweight bags, waxy finishings and a vegetal-like look on calfskin and small-skins, in order to achieve extreme high-glossiness and brightness on slip-on and lace-up moccasins, boots and high heel ankle boots.
We are glad to introduce into our collection TFL Pure Tec and the concept of Bio index calculation, for a real measuring of the leather chemical sustainability.
In “Living”, interior design is evolving towards a sense of purity and it is inspired by the Japanese art of making things known as “Monozukuri”. We are giving a fresh and modern look to the Old West style, recovering a three-dimensional look through embossing and pull-up effects on buffalo and bovine leathers.
The reduced use of water in tanning and paying attention to chemicals used are representative of a sensitiveness to the environment and communicating with a pure world made of brilliant shades and warm hands, for soft armchairs and airy living areas.
Being confident that the TFL Colour Trends catalogue will assist you in taking decisions regarding colour trends, we wish you a happy reading.
The TFL Colour Trends Catalogue is now available here .