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40 a-e-mag.com • A&E FEBRUARY 2018 ALL ABOUT PANTONE About the Fashion Color Trend Report The colors featured in the semian- nual PANTONE Fashion Color Trend Report are selected from the PANTONE FASHION, HOME + INTERIORS Color System, the most widely used and recog- nized color standards system for fashion, textile, home, and interior design. Each season, the Pantone Color Institute issues the PANTONE Fashion Color Trend Report as semi-annual color trend forecasts for the upcoming season, highlighting the top colors you can expect to see at New York Fashion Week and London Fashion Week. The PANTONE Fashion Color Trend Report serves as a color reference throughout the season for fashion enthu- siasts, reporters, and retailers. About the Pantone Color Institute The Pantone Color Institute is a con- sulting service within Pantone that forecasts global color trends and advises companies on color in brand identity and product development for the application and inte- gration of color as a strategic asset. Recog- nized around the world as a leading source of color information through seasonal trend forecasts, custom color development, and palette recommendations for product and corporate identity, Pantone Color Institute partners with global brands to leverage the power, psychology, and emotion of color in their design strategy. About Pantone PANTONE, a wholly owned subsidiary of X-Rite Incorporated, enables color-crit- ical decisions, from inspiration to realiza- tion, for brands and manufacturers. Over 10 million designers and producers around the world employ Pantone products and services to communicate through color, and control consistency across various materials and finishes. Pantone offers designers, brands, and consumers products and services through three unique business divisions: Pantone standards, which includes digital and phys- ical workflow tools and the quintessential Pantone color language; the Pantone Color Institute, which provides trend, brand identity, and color assurance consulting services; and Pantone Lifestyle, the con- sumer products division that brings color and design together across apparel, home, and accessories. More information is avail- able at www.pantone.com. Jennifer Foy has over 15 years of experience using Adobe Photoshop. She has received a Master's degree in Design and Advertising from Syracuse University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communications from the Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida. Her years of teaching experience include numerous software and design classes in Adobe Illustrator, Photo- shop and InDesign for colleges in Atlanta, Georgia and Louisville, Kentucky. Jennifer is currently working as the Creative Director and Universal Woods with the Unisub and ChromaLuxe brands. Jennifer can be reached by email at jenniferf@unisub.com. It's not just for fashion! The spring colors reflect into all forms of retail, including personalized sublimated products. Lime Punch never looked so yummy. Coconut Milk is an alternative shade of white compared to the normal bright white. A&E

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