Find Your Pantone Color of the Season


September 19, 2017

Another New York Fashion Week has come to an end, and we couldn’t be more excited to see the upcoming fashion trends for Spring 2018. Each year, the team at Pantone Color Institute creates the Pantone Fashion Color Trend Report to highlight the most popular colors NYFW designers will be showcasing on the runway. To gear up for the season’s new fashions, we caught up on the latest forecast from NYFW’s SS18 collections and beyond.

Spring 2018 Top 12 Colors

With spring being full of bright and fun colors that reflect the beauty of nature and rebirth after the winter, this Spring 2018 color palette encourages a playful side and puts us in color heaven.

Creature of Comfort S/S 18 NYFW runway show
Creatures of Comfort, Photo: Edward James / Indigital.tv

Meadowlark

This bold Meadowlark yellow highlights the upcoming spring season and lights up the world around us.

Victoria Beckham NYFW S/S 18
Victoria Beckham, Photo: Marcus Tondo / Indigital.tv

Cherry Tomato

Everyone loves a good red hue. This Cherry Tomato red channels our inner fierceness, demanding all eyes on us.

Michael Kors Collection NYFW S/S 18
Michael Kors Collection, Photo: Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv

Little Boy Blue

Keith Urban was wrong—blue is your color. Most of us would categorize this shade of blue to be for little boys, but we love every bit of it for this spring fashion season.

Dennis Basso NYFW S/S 18
Dennis Basso, Photo: Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv

Chili Oil

Who said all spring colors have to be bright and vibrant? This spicy Chili Oil has the perfect combination of red and brown to add some depth into our spring wardrobes.

Pink Lavender

It’s not women’s fashion without a little pink sprinkled in. This light, soft Pink Lavender warms our hearts, bringing us back to every little girls dream.

Blooming Dahlia

Drawing us in, Blooming Dahlia demands all the attention this upcoming season as it channels the bright blossoms of spring.

Tibi NYFW S/S 18
Tibi, Photo: Marcus Tondo / Indigital.tv

Arcadia

Channeling our inner retro vibes, Arcadia is giving us all the feels with a take on green and some subtle blue undertones.

Anna Sui NYFW S/S 18
Anna Sui, Photo: Luca Tombolini / Indigital.tv

Ultra Violet

Ultra Violet = ultra vibrant. This shade brings the extra pop of cool factor to the stage with its mesmerizing neon purple tones.

Emperador

Rich like chocolate; Emperador adds a bold sense of strength to the spring 2018 palette.

Almost Mauve

Delicate and sweet, Almost Mauve adds a gentle touch to this color scheme and pairs well with just about anything.

Spring Crocus

Another floral-inspired shade, his vibrant purple with a pinch of red packs a powerful punch for the Spring 2018 palette.

Delpozo NYFW S/S 18
Delpozo, Photo: Edward James/ Indigital.tv

Lime Punch

Sock it to me, baby. Lime Punch is a knockout with bright citrus presence in the spring 2018 color palette.

Spring 2018 Classic Color Palette

For many fashionistas, classic colors play a key role in making modern pieces last a lifetime. In Pantone’s Spring 2018 Classic Color Palette forecast, we know these colors will never go out of style.

Christian Siriano NYFW S/S 18
Christian Siriano, Photo: Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv

Sailor Blue

All aboard! We all love a good blue, and this navy-like Sailor Blue anchors our hearts.

Harbor Mist

This mid-tone gray is a staple for the spring 2018 palette, and it’s anything but drab.

The Row NYFW S/S 18
The Row, Photo Courtesy of The Row

Warm Sand

Dip your feet in the sand and soak up the sun, because Warm Sand is the perfect year-round color.

Jonathan Simkhai NYFW S/S 18
Jonathan Simkhai, Photo: Luca Tombolini / Indigital.tv

Coconut Milk

The classic white and/or off-white will never go out of style, and we are prepared for lots of it in Spring 2018.

Be sure to keep an eye out for all these fabulous Pantone colors on the runway during New York Fashion Week, and gear up for the upcoming Spring 2018 season filled with all things bright and vibrant.

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