HERE IS WHY… A Purple Patch, Purple haze, Purple rain and Purple Brake.
The colour Purple is often thought as a colour of healing, prosperity, vibrance and Royalty.
A Purple patch refers to a run of good luck, success and glory.
Jimi Hendrix wrote about a song called purple haze, contrary to rumours about it being drug related it is an account of a dream he had had.
Prince sang about Purple rain and starred in the movie. He won an Oscar and later went onto singing it with Beyoncé at the Grammy awards with rave reviews.
The colour purple Purple (also a great Spielberg Hollywood film starring Danny Glover and Whoopi Goldberg ) has been used to symbolise magic and mystery, as well as royalty. Being the combination of red and blue, the warmest and coolest colours, purple is believed to be the ideal colour.
And not forgetting the often favoured Purple Quality street
Rachel knew she wanted a Purple Brake.
She was really specific about which purple, not a red or a blue purple a yellow purple. Thankful for the global Pantone system she found it.
After the right purple was found, we then had to find the right choices of two other colours for the combination.
We spoke to friends at Vogue Magazine, interior designers and now had we had three colours to work with.
We then called one of Rachel’s best friends founder of Bloxhams florists Julia Bloxham with the predicament of the final three colours to get the right TWO. We spoke about each combination and she explained more about the colour purple, and what she suggested has the most desired effect.
And that was the first edition Purple Brake complimented with bright lime green touches and pure white rotations.
All details down to the chain have been carefully matched to compliment the effect of style and design.