Nouvelle Vague, a serif type of font, with a gentle and soft exterior that looks like it appears in magazines and editorial mediums. It has the perfect balance and contrast of thin and weighted thickness. Nouvelle Vague is a new creation that takes its form from the Didone typeface. The aforementioned is narrow and translates a stable appearance and a contrasting appearance.
Character set courtesy of Luc Devroye.
As good as it is possible to be, Nouvelle Vague is perfect to use for several applications as well as on mediums. May we recommend one or two?
Branding. With Nouvelle Vague’s exterior, it will be seamless on fashion and editorial branding.
Fashion Labels. Similar to the previously mentioned, the Nouvelle Vague best translates the class and style that a brand may represent. With its sophistication in terms of quality, the Nouvelle Vague font will position well with clothing that displays a classic, trending and statement appearance.
Reference on Typography. You may use the Nouvelle Vague font as a reference in design projects, layout and in this case typography. You may tweak it to add some curves, curveballs and so on.
Oh, there is more, scroll down below to and be a spectator on the various applications that you may apply the Nouvelle Vague font itself.
Nouvelle Vague Font Application courtesy of Pinterest.
Nouvelle Vague Font Application / Typography Example courtesy of Canva Design School.
Fashion and Editorial Application Font Example courtesy of Vogue Italia
Speaking of fonts, if you are on a hunt for a colorful and festive font, may we suggest one? The Gilbert Font bests represent those characteristics but have more qualities to boast. It displays pride within the LGBTQ community and as the creators of the Gilbert Font intended “Raise the LGBTQ flag with every letter you type.”