Warmth: Pantone® Fall-Winter Fashion Colors 2010

Monday, November 16
The cold and tough winter months need warmth: colors that calm the soul and help us keep going forward. Pantone®'s palette is full of contrasts and features four especially warm colors: American Beauty being the most notorious of them all, is meant to be a "feel-good" color and is used to complement edgy or quirky fashion. Honey Yellow brings the sunshine in while staying subdued and fit for winter, its fashion style is classic and feminine with a vintage feel. An interesting combination is created when matched with Burnt Sienna, a fall classic with a rusty twist in a base of orangey rose featured in frilly pieces with a retro touch.
Last but not least, comes the king of neutrals: Crème Brûlée. Frostier than our regular nudes, it becomes one of the most elegant hues in current styles. When paired with color, the result is impeccably chic, as it conveys joy amidst a challenging environment.

American Beauty selection:
Red Owl Handbag by Patina; Astor Suede Calf Boots by Halston; Double Wrap Leather Bracelet, Marc by Marc Jacobs; Dégradé bandage dress by Hervé Léger; Gill Suede Biker Jacket by Maje.
Burnt Sienna selection:
Ruffle Front Peeptoe by French Connection; Pleated Sleeve Dress by Marchesa; Metallic Lace Satin Wallet by Forever 21; Wool Kimono Coat by John Lewis.
Honey Yellow selection:
Ambre Silk Dress by Vanessa Bruno; Short Sleeve T-Shirt by Maison Martin Margiela; Yellow Wool Check Shirt by Labour of Love; Rise and Shine Cross-body Bag by See by Chloé.Crème Brûlée selection: Superfluffy Snood by Topshop; Organic Cotton Trenchcoat by Richard Nicoll; Silk-chiffon Ruffle Top by Fendi; Coated Filigree Medallion Earrings by Forever 21; Felicity Wool Cardigan by Thurley.
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