According to Pantone, there are 16 Spring 2015 fashion colors that include aquamarine, beveled glass, toasted almond, tangerine and marsala. Spring 2015 fashion colors move towards the cooler and softer side of the color spectrum and feature subtle warm tones, including custard, glacier gray, treetop, woodbine and sandstone.
Pantone's Spring 2015 fashion colors also include scuba blue, classic blue, strawberry ice, titanium and lavender herb. Patone's Spring 2015 fashion colors are based on the theme "En Plein Air," which is a minimalistic theme that draws its inspiration from nature. The "En Plein Air" color theme from Pantone is representative of a quiet and relaxing escape from the everyday chaos of life, while also incorporating signs of the transition into the warmer months of the year with the use of subtle warm tones.
According to Pantone's website, Pantone is a world-renowned authority on color and a provider of color systems across a variety of industries. Pantone's website also reports that Pantone is the standard language for color communication in the fashion industry. Global brands use the Pantone Color Institute for the creation of custom colors, the identification of color trends and forecasts, the recommendation of specific color palettes, the naming of new color shades and customized color consultations.