NEW YORK — Pantone is revamping its 19-year-old Textile Color System. The first change is the name: It’s now called Pantone for fashion and home.
But the biggest difference, said the company, is that the colors are now arranged chromatically. Before, they were organized by groups. So, for instance, a designer looking for that perfect red will find all the reds in one place.
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