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PANTONE Fashion Color Trend Reports

PANTONE Fashion Color Trend Report Spring 2018 - London

PANTONE Fashion Color Trend Report: London Spring 2018
London Fashion Week 2018
Unexpected color palette encourages opportunity for self-expression with 12 call out shades and 4 seasonal classics

Each season the team at the Pantone Color Institute creates the PANTONE Fashion Color Trend Report; a color overview highlighting the top colors fashion designers showing at London Fashion Week will be featuring in their collections for the upcoming season. Read More >

 

 

 

PANTONE Fashion Color Trend Report Spring 2018

PANTONE Fashion Color Trend Report: New York Spring 2018
New York Fashion Week
MULTI-FACETED PALETTE BROADENS OPPORTUNITY FOR SELF-EXPRESSION WITH 12 CALL-OUT SHADES AND 4 SEASONAL CLASSICS

Each season the team at the Pantone Color Institute creates the PANTONE Fashion Color Trend Report; a color overview highlighting the top colors fashion designers showing at NY Fashion Week will be featuring in their collections for the upcoming season. Read More >

 

 

 

PANTONE Fashion Color Report Spring 2017

PANTONE Fashion Color Report: Spring 2017
New York Fashion Week
A Mixture of Vitality, Relaxation and the Great Outdoors

From colors that are bright and vivid to those that convey a sense of earthiness, our top 10 colors for spring 2017 are reminiscent of the hues that surround us in nature. Featuring the top 10 shades seen on the runway, the PANTONE Fashion Color Report is your essential color guide to the season. Read More >

 

 

 

 

PANTONE Fashion Color Report Fall 2016

PANTONE Fashion Color Report: Fall 2016
New York Fashion Week
A Unity of Strength, Confidence and Complexity

he desire for tranquility, strength, and optimism have inspired a Fall 2016 color palette that is led by the Blue family. Along with anchoring earth tones, exuberant pops of vibrant colors also appear throughout the collections. Read More >

 

 

 

 

PANTONE Fashion Color Report Spring 2016

PANTONE Fashion Color Report: Spring 2016
New York Fashion Week 10-17 September 2015
A Transporting and Transformative Canvas

Colors this season transport us to a happier, sunnier place where we feel free to express a wittier version of our real selves,” said Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute. “With our culture still surrounded by so much uncertainty, we are continuing to yearn for those softer shades that offer a sense of calm and relaxation." Read More >

 

 

 

 

 

PANTONE Fashion Color Report Fall 2015

PANTONE Fashion Color Report: Fall 2015
New York Fashion Week 12-19 February 2015
A truly unisex color palette

This Fall, designers’ pay homage to progressive moments in American history – from the seductive ‘20s to the bohemian hippie and modernists of the ‘60s and ‘70s – while stringing together an affection for colors and styling that are innately easy to wear by both men and women. Read More >

 

 

 

 

 

PANTONE Fashion Color Report Spring 2015

PANTONE Fashion Color Report: Spring 2015
New York Fashion Week 4-11 September 2014
En plein air

“In a world that has become increasingly chaotic, the nostalgic blues enables us to retreat into a safe place of quiet calm while harmonious greens from nature offer a reassuring presence.” Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute®. Read More >

 

 

 

 

 

PANTONE Fashion Color Report Fall 2014

PANTONE Fashion Color Report: Fall 2014
New York Fashion Week 6-13 February 2014
Color that transcends time and place

Whether it was a particular decade or a trip to a special place, designers are fascinated with the beauty of the past and the spirit of the present—recreating it with color, fabric and style this fall season. Read More >

 

 

 

 

 

PANTONE Fashion Color Report Spring 2014

PANTONE Fashion Color Report: Spring 2014
New York Fashion Week 5-12 September 2013
A season of colorful equilibrium

"This season, consumers are looking for a state of thoughtful, emotional and artistic equilibrium. While this need for stability is reflected in the composition of the palette, the inherent versatility of the individual colors allows for experimentation with new looks and color combinations." Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute®. Read More >