Thursday, November 10, 2016

Trends for 2017: Pantone Tips Us Off to Spring Colors

Each year, the wise color trend analysts at Pantone take a look at the colors of the current zeitgeist, to be revealed on the fashion runways and point the way to future colorways in interior design, consumer products and even automotive design.  This year's colors include muted neutrals and bright, bright pastels, as noted by Australian Vogue.
"Kale" and its friends, as dictated to the world from the good folks at Pantone

Hunter Communications Original News Source:
Vogue Living Australia

Link to article:
Pantone Have Released Their 2017 Colour Trend Predictions

Excerpt:  "2017 will be the year of Kale.

In keeping with tradition, Pantone have released the top ten colours for spring 2017, to coincide with various fashion weeks around the world.

Their predictions are usually pretty accurate — a keen eye can spot their list dotted throughout the spring/summer ’17 runways in a second — and last year they even hinted at what would be the colour of the year through their spring predictions.

This year, the list is decidedly subdued, featuring plenty of muted, earthy tones, including Kale and Hazelnut, with pops of primary colours like Lapis Blue and Primrose Yellow.

Following this yearly announcement everything from fashion trends to interior design is influenced by Pantone’s predictions: case in point, one of their colours of the year for 2016, Rose Quartz, has been seen everywhere from furniture to shoes and buildings."

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