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Discover the latest SS22 green clothing trend

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By FashionUnited

May 28, 2021

Business

The FashionUnited Marketplace gives an overview of the international brands and collections which enables fashion buyers to find the perfect mix of labels for their stores. Consumers are looking for unique brands more and more so they can find an assortment of selection for their wardrobe.

The B2B Marketplace provides a private space for fashion buyers to browse a unique wholesale directory, in which they can be sure it only includes brands that actually sell to stores in wholesale. As an online marketplace, FashionUnited understands the competitive nature of fashion buying and ensures importance is put on trend spotting, such as the green clothing trend, and being constantly on the lookout for new brands and designers.

Trend analyst Christine Boland has predicted the SS22 green trend, she said in a statement: “It is striking that the colour green - in all its lush shades - is far from disappearing, particularly in fashion, beauty and interior design. We see green in several forms: combined with each other (ton-sur-ton and faux camaieux), with other colours providing a surprising accent and in leaf inspired designs and patterns.”

This SS22 trend has emerged from the yearning for a greener planet, such as finding the latest plant-based clothing materials, for example fruit leather, new plant-based dishes and the positive effect of the colour itself.

There are hundreds of international brands and collections which enables fashion buyers to find the perfect mix of labels for their stores. Consumers are looking for unique brands more and more so they can find an assortment of selection for their wardrobe.

Through the directory, buyers can efficiently search through exclusive brands and products to purchase in demand items for their stores. Accredited buyers get exclusive access to the most in-demand products on the Marketplace for free.

Click here to view the green clothing trend at the FashionUnited Marketplace.

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