Have you heard? The new year is full of energy, because an earthy Burgundy called Marsala is the trend colour by 2015. Now, to the color of the year, she was named by PANTONE color specialist. The company based in the United States develops color systems, is working with those in the graphics and printing and providing that for example, distinctive corporate colors always look the same, no matter on which paper or surface. Since PANTONE colors are always reproducible by a unique code. Trend forecast and analysis of the color market a luminary PANTONE is not only in the field of printing, also in the area of furnishings and fashion is based on the color specialists.
Of course, the leather goods trade is also based on the latest fashion and color trends. The copper and metallic trend in circulation is already for some time, now comes Marsala, a mixture of red, Brown and copper. You can see this wonderfully the Marsala-like shades of red when the bag labels two, Fjällräven, Billy the kid, Crumpler, or Jost.
Our Marsala highlights for you
- Hand bag G-SAC I14 M by Gabs
Handbag Ranger 2457 Lady bag by Jost
- Purse Morocco RV long Exchange Sydney by Billy the kid
- Hand bag Mademoiselle M16 by two
- Day Pack Pack no.. 21 medium from Fjällräven
- Handbag M12 two Mademoiselle
Belt Sophie belt of love child
- Shoulder bag Ranger 2440 shoulder bag S
- Handbag Morocco bag Nikki of Billy the kid
- Jewellery case Merino jewelry box 25, 5 cm by wind rose
Backpack prospect transit Pack of Burton
- Bag of doozie dead M by Crumpler
We find the natural sound super. With this bright and bold color the winter fatigue disappears from all alone and we are looking forward to the approaching spring. New creative energy rises, especially for great outfit ideas, putting together. Combining Marsala to solid shades of black, white or grey. Since then the signal character of this noble colour is so right. With earthy red bags and accessories, it radiates power and heat, does it? Red was yesterday, Marsala is today!
And another tip on the edge: Marsala is not to be confused with the Indian spice mixture Masala, which is used for curries. The color name comes from the famous liqueur wine Marsala. Which in turn has its name from the Italian port city of Marsala, a well-known wine-growing region. Only so much for the background…