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Fall / Winter 2019-2020 Colour Trends: Eden

Eden is a medium dark shade of green that recalls the harmony of nature, the beauty of the trees in a thick forest. Cool, intense and elegant this shade of green is the trendiest of the Fall/Winter 2019-2020 season.

A classy and sophisticated alternative to the more common black, blue and burgundy, dark green is perfect for creating refined daytime and evening looks.

Eden green is the perfect dark shade for winter

Oscar de la Renta presented a princely forest green strapless dress with a quilted effect and romantic floral pattern.

Stella McCartney's Fall/Winter 2019-2020 collection blends fashion and functionality. On the catwalk, a eden green dress with a horse print that slips lightly over the body, combined with a clutch bag in the same shade.

Veronica Beard's fashion show is a hymn to charm and elegance.
For the winter season 2019-2020, the designer presented a very tight green silk charmeuse dress with draped bodice, square shoulders and asymmetric skirt with side ruffles.
Alternatively, green skirt always in shiny silk charmeuse with buttons and side curl at the waist.

Alexa Chung has created a soft green velvet suit: single-breasted blazer with pointed collar and a refined pinstriped pattern. The matching trousers in the same shade complete the outfit.

Erdem has proposed a green suit combined with fuchsia shoes for a refined and extremely feminine style.

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Let yourself be inspired by the looks of the fashion shows and buy online the fabric that best reflects your style.

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