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The Top 10 Pantone Colors for Men's RTW Spring 2010

Here, the Top 10 Pantone colors for men's collections chosen by New York designers for spring 2010.

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The Pantone Color Institute disclosed the top 10 colors chosen by New York designers in the Pantone Fashion Color Report Spring 2010. For the first time, Pantone surveyed New York designers on their top men’s choices for spring. The top colors that appeared for both women’s and men’s were Turquoise, Amparo Blue and Dried Herb.

Here, the Top 10 Pantone colors for men's collections chosen by New York designers for spring 2010.

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SOURCE: Pantone Fashion Color Report, Spring 2010 (Women’s COLORS); PANTONE® Colors displayed here may not match PANTONE®-identified solid color standards; Consult current PANTONE FASHION + HOME Color System® publications for accurate color; PANTONE® and other Pantone trademarks are the property of Pantone LLC; © Pantone LLC 2009

  • 01

    COFFEE LIQUEUR PANTONE 18-0930

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 16.32

  • 02

    FLINT GRAY PANTONE 16-5803

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 16.01

  • 03

    AMPARO BLUE PANTONE 18-3945

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 15.98

  • 04

    STEEL GRAY PANTONE 18-4005

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 14.74

  • 05

    SHEEPSKIN PANTONE 14-1122

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 9.38

  • 06

    CHALK VIOLET PANTONE 17-3615

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 7.42

  • 07

    TURQUOISE PANTONE 15-5519

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 6.37

  • 08

    SPICY ORANGE PANTONE 18-1445

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 5.74

  • 09

    SUDAN PANTONE 18-1160

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 4.09

  • 10

    DRIED HERB PANTONE 17-0627

    Percentage of designers who used this color: 3.95

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