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Colour Planner Autumn | Winter 2017-18 DOWNLOAD PDF


Colour is at the heart of all we do. Fulfilling our intrinsic desire for change, we apply colour to our walls, the cars we drive, and the face we see in the mirror each day and of course the clothes we wear. To disguise oneself is to live a micro adventure. With its ability to transform our appearance and our perceptions in any given moment, colour is both the ultimate form of creative expression and the definitive disguise.

PantoneView Colour Planner autumn-winter 2017-18 lifestyle colour trend forecast offers seasonal inspiration, key colour directives, suggested colour harmonies plus material and product application across men’s, women’s, active, colour cosmetics, interiors and industrial design.

The planner introduces each palette with the 4 key colours that will serve as the foundation to the seasonal colour story. Plus, there are additional 2-4 supplementary colours to the key colours featured at the palette opening. Displayed as additives to the 4 key palette shades, these supplementary colours will allow developing, transforming, and personalising seasonal colour stories.

The colour palettes are enhanced with harmony pages, where the key colours are presented in different combinations which include supplementary palette hues plus colours chosen from other colour stories in the forecast.

Product Pages shows how products, materials and finishes can be coloured up using the various palettes to have a point of difference and still work within a cohesive whole. Transitional Colors focuses on the colours that can cross seasons, locations and gender.


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