The top 10 Pantone colors chosen by New York designers for fall 2008.
There's change in the air for fall, and it's not just a political one. The warm, subdued colors that typically make up a fall palette have given way to rich blues, greens and purples. "It's a big change for the season," agreed Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of Carlstadt, N.J.-based Pantone Color Institute, which supplied WWD with its top 10 colors for New York designers for fall. "The bottom five colors are the warmer colors we're more accustomed to seeing for fall. The dominance of blue, purple and green really makes a statement about how influential they are for designers this season."
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