Pantone, the color arbiter, usually chooses a single trendsetting “color of the year.” For 2021, they chose two: “Ultimate Gray” and a lemon peel yellow called “lluminating.” The pairing offers, as Pantone notes, “a message of happiness supported by fortitude..practical and rock solid but at the same time warming and optimistic.” The lingerie world has been especially attuned to this bright yellow. Part of a trend called “dopamine dressing.” You’ll see yellow in the coming season at Jane’s Vanity. It is a healthy choice that shows off the radiance of every skin tone. Get ready for a new look to illuminate your lingerie wardrobe.
Experience the new yellow first in Ika Paris’s beautiful scarf prints. Jane’s Vanity describes their Le Sunflower Scarf as “wearable sunshine.” Created in collaboration with Swedith artist Madelen Möllard, its square shape is perfect around your neck, your hat, or even tied as a top. Or try the Balabar Silk Scarf, same size, in a modern abstract design from French artist Luca Beaufort. Yellow and red offset opposing diagonals of sky blue and a black and white print.
The golden yellow silk of Gilda & Pearl’s Persephone Collection feels both nostalgic and totally new. Accentuated by white metallic floral lace, the color is sensual and a bit of a surprise. Imagine how the Camisole Set, Slip, and Robe might change your look and cheer up your fall wardrobe.
The Prestige Shaped Set from Valery is a little masterpiece of color and detail. Its pale yellow silk is accented with a shimmering champagne floral pattern and beige eyelash lace trim. Its imaginative construction of shaped cups and sideboning, beige tulle band, pretty straps, along with its matching tanga panty, make it an unforgettable bra set that only comes along once in a great while. Indulge.
More yellow will be arriving throughout the fall. Just for starters, expect unusual color combinations, commissioned especially by JV from Fréolic London, in hot pink with yellow lace, peacock with mint green lace, and cranberry with wine lace.
Like Pantone, Jane’s Vanity celebrates the idea of colors--and people--coming together to support one another and brighten our world.