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Photos by Yoshinori Mizutani
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Flamboyant tones of red, yellow, orange and green burst out of their subject like injections of vibrancy into the surroundings. Flora´s bold colours take over the scenery, tinting everything with its saturated hues and perfuming the environment in a sweet scent.

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Photos by Yoshinori Mizutani
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At night, when the world quiets down and the sky becomes deep dark blue, or even pitch-black, our mind swirls with nature and fascinating stories start coming out.

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The unconscious mind is released as thoughts and inner reflections start emerging from our mind and body, tinting everything we can see and touch, changing our perception of the world and adding a new layer of sensibility and meaning to it.

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Photo by Terri Loewenthal
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Photo by Gareth McConell
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Photo by Terri Loewenthal
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Painting by Fau Vlaminck
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Painting by Lana van Lanigh
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Paintings by Juliana Pioch
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The colour selection is vibrant and playful, with highly saturated tones that celebrate cheerful moments and blooming nature. Each colour has its Pantone code to enable a universal identification, as well as an inspirational name.

The colours have been associated with everyday life elements such as food, activities or places, in will to convey a better understanding of the feeling behind it.

Please feel free to explore your imagination and grant new names to each tonality.

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The selection of fabrics follows the colour palette and the cheerful and upbeat feelings behind it. The main materials are cotton, viscose and silk for natural comfortability, lightweight, softness and freshness in comparison to some leather and faux leather in bright tones to bring out power, presence and strongly textured outcomes. Shiny finished fabrics have been added to the selection to sparkle it up, resembling the beaming sun, and finally some prints rap everything up putting in dynamism and intensity.

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Photo by Kanghee Kim
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Photos by Kanghee Kim
Photos by Kanghee Kim
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Painting by Grant Haffner 
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Photos by Kanghee Kim
Photo by Pol Rosteau 
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Photo by Pol Rosteau 
Painting by Grant Haffner 
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Painting by Elena Sokolova
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Painting by Erin Hanson
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Painting by Grant Haffner 
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Painting by Ines Longevial 
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Painting by Erin Hanson

Illustration copyright ©

Lorena Spurio

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Painting by Ines Longevial 

“Beautiful minds

Are not most of the times of the best faces

Most of the time they are people

most unexpected

No one knows whats inside their little pandora’s box

A Magical place that nothing else can replace

Or a treasure hidden inside since decades

Is it a galaxy full of stars

Or is it cosmos itself”

- Lilac

Paintings by Rocio Montoya
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The colour selection for this chapter is more calm and quiet; the tones are less saturated and have a sun-washed appeal, conveying feelings of pass of time, sweetness and tranquillity. Each colour has its Pantone code to enable universal, as well as an inspirational name. Each name corresponds to a feeling, emotion or memory, connecting to the past and reviving these perceptions in new tonalities. Please feel free to explore yourself and grant new names to each tone.

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The selection of fabrics follows the colour palette and the sweet calmness behind it. The main material is cotton and comes in both plain or subtly adorned designs, like the  green vichy or orange polka dot, which resemble children´s clothing and the delicacy and comfort in them. Other samples include prints, superposition of materials and diverse tactility to express the multiple layers inside of us and through which we perceive reality. Some touches of shine have been added to resemble the sunset. 80% of the materials are light, flexible and comfortable, the rest come in slightly heavier, substantial or rigid forms.

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