The wine lees, which recalls as its name suggests the color of the deposit at the bottom of the bottles of red wine, is a dark color of deep intensity. It has established itself for a few years now in both fashion and decoration thanks to its velvety texture.
If we look at the existing Pantone colors and again this is only a small selection, we easily see that the variations are numerous and it is the same with leather! !
We do not marry her with...
- the Red
We associate it with ...
- the mole
- the golden
- gray blue
A little history
"Wine lees is a commonly used color name denoting a shade of the red color field tending to purple that takes its name from the wine lees."
"A historic pigment: The wine lees, cooked, were used in ancient times for dyeing. When burned, they once provided a black pigment, called Frankfurt black."."
"Lie de vin can translate maroon, which usually translates as burgundy.""
But at Blue Lemon Paris, these are 2 very distinct colors!
Sarah, 30, poses with the Valentina Lie de Vin in Palmellato leather.
Definitely an essential color at Blue Lemon Paris!