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Fashion Mood Boards for Spring 2007

Fashion Mood Boards for
 Spring Summer 2007

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Fashion Mood Boards for Spring Summer 2007


Here are my 5 fashion mood boards illustrating the colours for Spring Summer 2007.  These story boards highlight elements of current colour fashion trends, moods and themes. Colour was discussed fully on the previous Spring 2007 colour page.  I hope these story boards give you an impression of this season's high street fashion trends.  Acknowledgements for model images are at the page bottom.

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Silver Mood Board Spring Summer 2007

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Gold Mood Board Spring Summer 2007


Red Mood Board Spring Summer 2007

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Purple Mood Board Spring Summer 2007



Blues and Greens Mood Board Spring Summer 2007




Many thanks also to David of .

Fashion images used in these story boards are courtesy of Arcadia, Dorothy Perkins, Miss Selfridge, Wallis, Principles, Warehouse, Monsoon, Accessorize, Oasis, Debenhams, Faith Footwear, Dune, Billy Bags, Long Tall Sally, Primark, New Look, River Island, French Connection, John Lewis, House of Fraser, Internacionale, Phase Eight,,, plus my own original source material.  Most of the images in the mood boards are shown on other fashion trends pages here on site with details of the items beside the image. 

Moodboards are useful for fashion students to prepare when developing color ideas.

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(Page Date 16 Feb 2007)


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