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The specialty chemical supplier has released its new TFL Colour Trends Catalogue for the Autumn/Winter 2021-2022 season, aimed at the leather garment, footwear, accessory and upholstery sectors.
As usual, TFL’s colour trends are divided into two sections within the publication; “Wearing”, which comprises inspirations and colour trends for garments, footwear and accessories, and “Living”, which features the colours dedicated to interior designs.
For the Autumn/Winter 2021–2022 season, “Wearing” unveils how the world of leather will increasingly be shaped by today's digital world that requires hybrid finishing and printing solutions combining the technology of three-dimensional prints with satin-finished solutions featuring optical laser effects of glossy polyurethanes and shiny caseins. “Living” focusses on the desire of wellbeing at home, and how the evolution of digitalisation transfigures form and content. The constant search of softness influences the choice for a more natural leather, with light shades and tones. The fittings designed with these innovative soft and shiny leathers delude us into living in nature, from coverings in soft panels in vegetalised lambskin resembling a tobacco leaf, to water-repellent nubuck calfskin diamonds, to the finishing touches of vegetable tanned fittings.
In addition, the catalogue features TFL Micro Tec, an innovative technology for the finishing of leather articles, which can be used to obtain a more natural appearance without overloading the grain.