In living colour

15 May 2015

In the latest edition of TFL's new catalogue, autumn-winter 2016-17, the colour trends for leather garments, footwear, accessories and upholstery are presented.

TFL, the global speciality chemicals company, has released its new colour trends catalogue for autumn-winter 2016-17.


In the catalogue, TFL presents the colour trends for leather garments, footwear and 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.


Inspiration from everywhere

In Wearing, the trend is reflecting the style of the '70s, '80s and punk, using two-tone brushed-off calfskin, smooth bovine leather, soft lambskins and nubuck. Included are colours like brown, olive, blue, orange, red and violet.


In Living, there is a predominance of natural leather or wet-white bovine leathers with finished 3D textures. The light and pastel colours vary from rose, yellow and orange to turquoise tones.


In addition, TFL introduces the RODA cor HTP pigments, a range of fine dispersed anionic pigments in aqueous phase with a high transparency.

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