Pantone Announces Fall's Top Fashion Colors

CARLSTADT, N.J. - Global color authority Pantone has released its color report for fall 2012 and announced the 10 top colors for women's and men's fashions.
     "By playing to consumers' practical side with versatile neutrals, and boosting their confidence with bold, spirited hues, this skillfully balanced palette has something for everyone," said Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute.
     The top colors for women's fashion for fall 2012 are:
● PANTONE 19-4056 Olympian Blue
● PANTONE 17-1463 Tangerine Tango
● PANTONE 18-5338 Ultramarine Green
● PANTONE 17-4014 Titanium
● PANTONE 15-1142 Honey Gold
● PANTONE 18-2133 Pink Flambé
● PANTONE 16-3817 Rhapsody
● PANTONE 14-1506 Rose Smoke
● PANTONE 19-1012 French Roast
● PANTONE 14-0445 Bright Chartreuse
     The top colors for men's fashion for fall 2012 are:
● PANTONE 19-1012 French Roast
● PANTONE 19-4056 Olympian Blue
● PANTONE 15-1142 Honey Gold
● PANTONE 17-1463 Tangerine Tango
● PANTONE 18-5338 Ultramarine Green
● PANTONE 17-4014 Titanium
● PANTONE 19-1652 Rhubarb
● PANTONE 14-0445 Bright Chartreuse
● PANTONE 16-3304 Sea Fog
● PANTONE 12-0304 Whitecap Gray

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