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Get an Early Start on Pantone's 2021 Color Trends With Gap
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Get an Early Start on Pantone's 2021 Color Trends With Gap

After a year that was a lot, to say the least, the Pantone Color Institute is giving us a color trend that forecasts our hope and perseverance going into the new year. The Pantone Color of the Year is two shades - Ultimate Gray and Illuminating - "a marriage of color conveying a message of strength and hopefulness that is both enduring and uplifting." This unexpected color combination looks great together and you're sure to see it everywhere from runways to home decor. While we all probably have a cozy gray sweater in our wardrobe, have you considered illuminating your winter wardrobe with a pop of yellow? Don't worry! We have you covered with some great selects for you to be colorblocking in Illuminating and Ultimate Gray from Gap. Plus, with the site having a major sale (we're talkin...
The Uncertainty of the Next Few Months Is Encapsulated in Pantone's 2021 Colors of the Year
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The Uncertainty of the Next Few Months Is Encapsulated in Pantone's 2021 Colors of the Year

After a hell of a 2020, it's nearly impossible to predict what kind of mood 2021 will hold. Maybe that's why Pantone decided to shake things up and select two shades for 2021 Color of the Year. On Wednesday, the company announced a departure from its traditional single shade system and named Illuminating and Ultimate Gray as its picks for the next chapter. According to Pantone's website, the decision to highlight these two colors stemmed from a desire to "highlight how different elements come together to support one another." Leatrice Eiseman, Pantone's executive director said in a statement, "The union of an enduring Ultimate Gray with the vibrant yellow Illuminating expresses a message of positivity supported by fortitude. Practical and rock solid but at the same time warming and opt...
Thanks to Miranda Priestly, I Already Love Pantone's Latest Trending Colour
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Thanks to Miranda Priestly, I Already Love Pantone's Latest Trending Colour

Ask any fashion fanatic and I bet you will find they're able to quote at least one line from Devil Wears Prada. After all, Meryl Streep's inimitable portrayal of Miranda Priestly left us with so many iconic quips. However, one of the most memorable moments of the entire film is undeniably the scene in which Priestly analyses in great detail the colour of a single jumper. "What you don't know is that that sweater is not just blue," she says. "It's not turquoise. It's not lapis. It's actually cerulean." Priestly then goes on to explain the history of the specific shade, outlining its various significant runway appearances, and of course, solidifying cerulean as a colour never to be forgotten among the fashion set.In perhaps its second most notable pop-culture moment, this week, Pantone (t...