Avocado features many kinds of yellow tones, and the warmer tones and ombre effect provide more inspirations for designers. Avocado is refreshing and premium, cutting across the fashion industry this summer. The limited edition avocado eye shadows at Colourpop and Nars were soon sold out, and many garment brands have released new items in avocado tones, from seductive satin dresses, refreshing shirts, street suits, haute couture garments.
Avocado is modern and nostalgic. From 1960s to 1970s, avocado was almost ubiquitous.
Fashion bloggers such as Aimee Song, Barbara, Brittany Xavier and Darja Barannik have already show their avocado items, leading the trend.
Avocado is so hot that Weibo even launched a Avocado Styling contest. Lots of netters show their avocado items.
Maggie Marilyn features luxe and innovative elements. Its S/S 2019 collection includes avocado for a youthful and energetic look.
Rejina Pyo infuses a refreshing feel to feminine qualities. It features refined and playful designs. Cardigans, skirts and button-collar shirt dresses in avocado feel confident and simple.
Shrimps, a new fur brand in London, has special views. In this season, avocado and patterns are combined to create an artistic aesthetic.
Cult Gaia became famous on Instagram. Its resort collections are highly recommended. The lace resort dress in avocado is appealing.
Avocado is the hottest color for S/S 2019. Green provides a healthy and natural feel, but in the Victorian era, green means death. Wilhelm Dye and White Lead, a garment company, invented a new dye called Emerald Green, but it contained arsenic. With the development of technology, the dye is non-toxic and used widely.