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Autumn in New York: Women's Pantone Colors

Top Pantone colors for women's collections picked by NYC designers for fall 2010.

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Pantone’s most popular colors for fall reveal some surprisingly bright tones, including the leading women’s color for the season: Purple Orchid. “There’s still some concern about the economy, but designers are trying to incorporate color to generate excitement from consumers again,” said Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute, which surveys New York Fashion Week designers each season to find the most directional colors. “Designers did tell us that if their consumers are buying new items, they want to integrate it into their already existing wardrobe.”



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  • 01

    PURPLE ORCHID PANTONE 18-3027

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 13.87 percent

  • 02

    CHOCOLATE TRUFFLE PANTONE 19-1526

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 13.54 percent

  • 03

    WOODBINE PANTONE 18-0538

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 12.48 percent

  • 04

    OYSTER GRAY PANTONE 14-1107

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 11.98 percent

  • 05

    LAGOON PANTONE 16-5418

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 10.95 percent

  • 06

    ROSE DUST PANTONE 14-1307

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 9.45 percent

  • 07

    LIPSTICK RED PANTONE 19-1764

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 8.76 percent

  • 08

    GOLDEN GLOW PANTONE 15-1050

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 8.03 percent

  • 09

    LIVING CORAL PANTONE 16-1546

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 5.84 percent

  • 10

    ENDIVE PANTONE 13-0632

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 5.10 percent

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