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We're beginning to make that seasonal transition from summer to autumn. Along with a seasonal change comes a change in colour. Nature, clothing, food, and drink all adapt aesthetically according to the season. Think of an ombre effect; yellows through to orange, down to reds, burgundy, and brown. Whilst the weather becomes colder, Autumn into Winter is jam-packed with holidays, traditions, and festivities that we can all look forward to celebrating in style. There is no better way of welcoming in the colder air than with a good drink. Whether alcoholic or not, we turn to a much warmer tipple, which we can cosy up with by a fire as the nights draw in earlier, or to party into the night with Halloween, bonfire, and Christmas festivities.
Every season the team at the Pantone Colour Institute evaluates the colours shown by fashion designers in their collections at New York Fashion Week. This information is then used to create The PANTONE Fashion Colour Report which highlights the top 10 colours for men’s and women’s fashion for the upcoming season. For the first time ever they have added London Fashion Week to their seasonal colour reportage.