Mix No. 62
This issue features the trend forecast for Autumn / Winter 2022-23 (Part 1).
Mix Magazine is a unique publication which will help guide you through not just the new trends but also help readers understand the trend gathering process, focusing on key industry and social drivers, plus a look at the way these trends will be disseminated into the mass market by early adopters.
Mix magazine is a design journal for interior, architecture and industrial design. Since its inception in 2004, it has carved a successful niche as one of the only design publications focusing on colour, design and material trend forecasting.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE MAGAZINE:
- Social Trends: Inspiration behind the trends split into key areas; geo-political, philosophical, cultural and also looking at colour theory.
- Industry Drivers: In depth focus on the technological, material and business developments that drive and shape trends.
- Mix trends forecast: An in depth look at future trends 2 years ahead of season that will influence colour, materials and design.
- Colour Now: Analysis of the early adopters of Mix trend stories for the previous season, looking a year in advance.
- Exhibitions: A round up of industry exhibitions with an emphasis on events and highlights plus the schedule for the year ahead.
- Insight: Exhibition reviews, industry interviews, material analysis, industry and technology updates and business profiles.
IN THIS ISSUE:
There’s no doubt that the near future holds some huge challenges. However, the importance and power of community, collaboration and support has offered a thread of hope that has run throughout the collective Covid-19 experience.
Both of our new stories, in very different ways, address notions of communities coming together; with Pastorale it is the pull and allure of online fantasy groups, while Coast explores the tight-knit self-reliance of North Atlantic seafarers.
More than ever, 2020 has highlighted the vitally important approach of meeting challenges with a healthy dose of imagination and ingenuity. With this in mind, we are excited to introduce our new continuity colours. Like many great ideas, it’s deceptively simple; we have identified a set of ten core colours with longevity stretching beyond a single season to help our members navigate this tricky period of trade ahead.
Also in this issue
- Features, essays and interviews exploring the drivers behind the AW 2022/23 forecast
- 40 pages of trend and colour and material direction and analysis
- Global colour palettes and regional variances for Europe, Middle East, South Africa, North America, Latin America, Asia, India, Australia & New Zealand
- Early adopters of our AW 2021/22 directions Grit and Swansong
- Colour innovator interviews
- Focus on innovations in the contract sector
- Number of pages
- Each issue about 130-140 pages
- Issues per year
- 30,5 cm
- 22 cm