Here at Salonwear, we noticed that bright colours and colour blocking were massive among many designers.

The designer duo, Sibling, who are followed by the likes of Beyonce and Pharell Williams, took inspiration from interior designer Verner Panton to produce their A/W 2015 Call Me collection. 


Source: Archinect

Source: Archinect

 

Source: Dezeen

 

Designers, Julien Macdonald and Roksanda, also showcased their bright colour designs at London Fashion Week.

Source: Vogue

 

Salonwear Direct have taken inspiration from the trends on the runway last week with their 2015 range, focusing particularly on launching some gorgeous colour block styles.

 

Fuchsia

   

Salonwear has created three amazing fuchsia styles for 2015 including the Boutique (top right) and the Pearl (top left), which are perfect for hair and beauty professionals. These tunics are beautifully fitted with the Boutique style offering black statement sleeves and the Pearl providing an asymmetric peplum skirt. 
If you don’t fancy a tunic, but want to be just as professional and sophisticated, we suggest you opt for the dress version of the Pearl, which is named Gem.
Gem has all the same features as the Pearl tunic with the added pencil skirt finish.

 

Teal

  

Teal is a new colour for Salonwear and it's working great with these three styles.
Hero and Boutique look so flattering and modern in such a bright colour. Each have some great individuality as the Hero features a golden zip and the Boutique models a black sleeve trim.


The Duo dress is also available in teal, which comes with seam detailing on the waist and side for extra shape.

Purple

  

Boutique and Glow also come in a pretty purple. Both of these tunics come with hip pockets and a fitted waist as well as a black trim for that extra hint of style to flatter the purple.

This is how Salonwear would have done a London Fashion Week 2015 inspired catwalk if the opportunity had arisen. Do you think we've picked right?

 

Developing The Trend Five Years On 

Here at Salonwear, we continue to develop our product ranges to meet the latest trends. The Fall 2020 collections seen at London fashion week continue to use bright signature colours. For example, Marc Jacobs used a single bold colour to create eye-catching outfits and Louis Vuitton used the strong colours of blue and orange to contrast against both more muted colours and patterns. 

 

 

Source: Vogue Louis Vuitton and Vogue Marc Jacobs

You can still find selected sizes and colours in the Boutique, Pearl, Gem, and Hero lines in the sale or alternatively take a look at some of our new colourful designs that would definitely be a 2020 fashion week success. 

 

Belle Asymmetric Beauty Tunic

The Belle tunic features an asymmetric V-neck collar and exposed zip with a heart-shaped zipper exclusive to Salonwear. It's not only great aesthetically but is also comfortable and practical created using a high-quality 4-way stretch fabric. With three on-trend bold colours to choose from you really are spoilt for choice. 

  

 

Tranquillity Tunic

The tranquillity tunic is a true stand out with a fashionable colour palette and silhouette. The asymmetric wrap with side tie fastening is truly flattering on all shapes. The back vents and darts paired with a high-quality 4-way stretch fabric also makes the tranquillity range both practical and comfortable. 

  

 

Ribbon Tunic

The ribbon tunic is great for those of you who would love a bright signature colour in your uniform in a more muted toned down way. Choose from a pink, purple, blue, black, aubergine, or red asymmetric collar trim to reflect that colour block trend. This design also features a heart zip, side vents for ease of movement, and is created using our high-quality 4-way stretch material. 

  

A final tip from us would be whatever range and colour you opt for, why not finish the look with matching salon trousers, nail varnish, lipstick, eye shadow, or even jewellery.


To explore Salonwear’s bright and modern range simply visit https://www.salonweardirect.co.uk/ 

 

This entry was posted on February 25, 2015, by Ryan and updated by Becky in 2020 for Salonwear's archive blog section. We hope you enjoy reminiscing over old styles and trends.