Refreshed and restyled for greater utility, Pantone Fashion, Home + Interiors combines the industry’s most relevant colour palette with new digital solutions that streamline your digital and physical colour workflow. Newly arranged by colour family, it’s now easier and more intuitive to find the perfect shade and includes additions in every colour, with over 70 new hues of blue and 50 new shades of pink.
With colour being a more important aspect of lifestyle today, the new palette was strategically selected to reflect current and future colour influences across fashion, home furnishings, and product design, along with the Pantone Color Institute’s trend forecasting, colour intelligence, and consumer and client colour research. These tools across Pantone guided the expansion and enhancement of the new colour offering.
The Pantone Fashion, Home + Interiors product suite has helped designers around the globe creating product for fashion and home furnishings and the related product markets (i.e. footwear, activewear, cosmetics, accessories, hard home) use the colour language to select, communicate and control colour throughout the design process.
Additional updates to the system include:
An all new layout that is refreshed, restyled and absolutely required for today’s designer. The new Pantone Fashion, Home + Interiors formats have been redesigned to best meet the colour needs of designers while streamlining digital and physical colour workflow. Each of the new Pantone Fashion, Home + Interiors cotton and paper formats have been refreshed, restyled and redesigned to make the colour selection process more intuitive. Featuring a palette of 2,625 colours arranged by colour family, designers can now find that right colour, shade and tone faster than ever. Increasing the utility of the Pantone Fashion, Home + Interiors products enables designers to more quickly turn inspiration into a product reality.
Brand new colours that empower a greater range of expression. The release includes the addition of a brand-new collection of 315 new colours to the Pantone Fashion, Home + Interiors cotton and paper formats. With colour being more important to every aspect of lifestyle today, these new colours have been strategically selected to reflect current and future colour influences across fashion, home furnishings, interior and product design worldwide.
New design technologies that enable new colour innovations. Having digital access to each of Pantone’s 2625 colours enables designers to seamlessly streamline digital and physical workflows. Spectral data support ensures fast turnaround and accurate, on-schedule production.
‘The colours that are influencing design today have evolved to reflect shifting societal views, new technological innovations, and a truly global outlook,’ said Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute. ‘With the ability to interpret the influence of colour on overall consumer psychology, we have enhanced the utility of our Pantone Fashion, Home + Interiors Color System with this new collection of engaging hues, enabling the design community to stay on the cutting edge of colour selection.’
When paired with the new physical colour offering, software and mobile apps from Pantone enable seamless integration between digital and physical workflows, increasing efficiency (or saving time and money) by streamlining the colour development process and ensuring colour accuracy through quality control and on-schedule production. Pantone Connect, a colour library and palette management ecosystem, can be integrated directly within design tools like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign to provide final delivery of colour into design files. Each of the colours in the Pantone Fashion, Home + Interiors Library is supported by spectral data in both QTX and CXF format, further accelerating product speed to market and providing quick access to other colour values including RGB and L*a*b*.
‘As a global colour authority for almost 60 years, designers look to Pantone to meet their colour needs; from having the exact right colour palette that will engage and entice their audience to providing efficient solutions that will help them reliably reproduce these colours in their designs’, said Laurie Pressman, Vice President, Pantone Color Institute.
‘Expanding and enhancing our colour palette and introducing new digital solutions ensures our design clients that they can continue to count on Pantone today and into the future, helping them to transform their creation vision into reality.’
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