Crimson sets a darker mood for the season with deeper casts of red, offering the most dramatic take on red this season.
Cranberry presents a warm and bright cast of red, which serves as a lighter alternative to wine.
Set to blue-green undertones, teal adds diversity to a line-up of jewel colours.
Set to either purple or blue undertones, vibrant casts of orchid become the purple hue of the season.
Honey mustard is the most season-appropriate yellow hue with golden casts.
Although orange isn't quite as powerful as its been in recent seasons, the major expression this season becomes a bright, saturated blood orange with red undertones. Featured especially in New York and London collections, the hue remains a must on head-to-toe looks and is often leveraged with sport reference.
Cobalt pushes forward as a seasonal must-have across all major runway cities. The bright and sometimes electric jolt of colour has proven to be a commercial hit that remains relevant.
Although not a widespread base colour, toffee offers variation from camel tones with golden brown undertones.
Dusty rose offers a more subdued alternative to pastel shades.
Warm casts of peachy nude move forward from last season, becoming an easy-to-wear soft neutral.
A Complete women's colour reports for Fall/Winter 14/15 to follow.