Pantone released the PANTONE Fashion Color Report for Spring 2010 to coincide with the start of New York Fashion Week. The report features the top 10 colors for women’s fashion, along with insights and sketches from top designers. This season’s report also includes commentary from top retailers and fashion insiders about the current consumer consciousness toward fashion. * Turquoise * Tomato Purée * Fusion Coral * Violet * Tuscany * Aurora * Amparo Blue * Pink Champagne * Dried Herb * Eucalyptus Designers bring splashes of sunshine to the runway for spring 2010. Vibrant brights add a sense of excitement to the color palette, while practical neutrals provide a safety net for cautious consumers. “Now more than ever, women are vigilant when it comes to spending,” said Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute®. “Instead of re-inventing their wardrobe at the start of each season, consumers want pieces to complement what they already own. Pairing a bold color with a basic piece or freshening up their look with bright accents addresses the need for practicality, as well as fun.” What’s IN for spring 2010? Pops of vibrant brights set against practical neutrals.
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