NEW YORK — Cotton Incorporated’s forecast for the fall 2004 season is based on a blend of realism and positiveness.
“Overall, the color palette for this season balances both these things in a blend of brights, darks and naturals for a cohesive look,” said Kathryn Novakovic, director of fashion marketing. “Dark and murky shades such as navies, grays, browns and faded blacks continue, punched up with brighter shades of red, purple and green, while softer neutrals provide the perfect backdrop for these stronger colors.”
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