Pantone Spring 2015 Colors
Pantone Spring 2015 Colors
Aquamarine was the lead color for Spring/Summer 2015 fashion week. Designers such as Banjanan, BCBGMAXAZIRA, and Pamella Roland used this color in their collection. It pairs great with Glacier Gray and Marsala.
Scuba blue is a beautiful shade of turquoise that is perfect for the summer because it gives you a feeling of excitement and reminds you of a weekend getaway to the beach. It was a popular color at fashion week. Designers such as DEGEN and WHIT NY showcased scuba blue in their collection. Scuba Blue pairs well with Classic Blue and Lucite Green.
Lucite Green is a light minty color. It is more of a cool and refreshing add to the color palette. Some designers that showcased this color in their collection include Betsey Johnson and Monique Lhuillier. Lucite Green pairs well with Classic Blue and Scuba Blue
Classic Blue is a color that is always reliable and well used in everyday wear. It is a great addition to any spring/summer collection. Designers who used Classic Blue for their collections include Trina Turk, David Hart, and Perry Ellis. Classic Blue pairs great with Sandstone and Marsala.
Toasted Almond truly balances the bright colors of the Spring/Summer 2015 color palette because it is a neutral. It pairs very well with Lavender Herb. Designers who used Toasted Almond this season include David Hart and Jay Godfrey.
Strawberry Ice is a refreshing addition to any great summer/spring color palette. Designers who chose to work with Strawberry Ice include Ella Moss and Rebecca Minkoff. Strawberry Ice pairs well with Toasted Almond and Tangerine.
Tangerine is a beautiful shade of orange that is not to hard on the eyes. It is a fun-loving color that screams summer or spring! Tangerine is perfectly paired with Toasted Almond and Strawberry Ice. Designers that chose to work with Tangerine this season include Yoana Baraschi.
Custard is another neutral color that is sweet and sunny. It brings a feeling of relaxation. Custard is paired with Classic Blue. Designers that used Custard in their collections include Nicole Miller and Nanette Lepore.
Marsala is a rich color that screams confidence. A perfect color for any glamour girl, but also a great color for a boho free-spirit because it radiates an earthy tone. Designers who used Marsala in their collection include Daniel Silverstone and Herve Leger. Marsala is paired perfectly with Sandstone and Classic Blue.
Glacier Gray was more common for the men's collection during fashion week. It is a perfect neutral color that is timeless and always constant. Designers who worked with Glacier Gray include Dennis Basso and M. Patmos.