Color psychology is the study of color as the determinant of human behavior. With that said, more often than not, what we decide to wear is a projection of our subconscious. How we feel or think can easily be boiled down to the type of colors we prefer, how we perceive it and how we decide to match them. In the deep-dyed paradisal daze of 2018 Spring, fresh garments come packed in radiant neon hues, intensely vivid tie-dyes and more color options to mix through the individual’s lens. With the warmer days just around the corner, its only right that we put together the right tones in our curated oeuvre.
Our 2018 “A Study in Color” Editorial takes you through a diverse array of colors, fabrics and silhouettes. Featured outfits are mashed up in a selection of garments such as the Champion Reverse Weave Tie-Dye Hoodie or the MISBHV Half-Zip Track Jacket. The HUMAN MADE Crazy Shirt shows out in sporadic color panels that are woven together and off-set by its earthy tones. Other key pieces include the fluorescent Sasquatchfabrix. “Sensou” Crewneck as well as the Raf Simons x Eastpak Padded Pak’r backpack that’s tinged with an extended yellow top panel.
Check out the photos above for a look at our 2018 “A Study in Color” Editorial.