Color Stories Blush, Steel, Saffron, Birch, and Mango.

In-the-moment colors and art to match.

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Blush, millennial pink, rose quartz, whatever you want to call it, this color is still going strong. Loved by both men and women, this color has dominated across industries including interior design. Look at a Wes Anderson film, a Drake music video, or your favorite interiors blogger and you'll be sure to find a pop of this pink.

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A shade of one of the most prolific colors of all time – blue. The color of the sky and sea, blue is versatile, expansive, and has a positive effect on our moods. Looking at a blue color can cause the body to produce chemicals that make us feel calm and tranquil.

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It's beginning to look like yellow is the "it" color of the season. Not mid-century mustard yellow or pastel yellow, but a bright and bold shade. Yellow's comeback this year is interesting as it is the complementary color to Pantone's color of the year – Ultra Violet. Artwork by Kandinsky and Matisse are dominated by this hue. 

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The color of the bark of the birch tree is what gives this color its name. Natural in its origin, this is a calming shade. The birch tree is even known for its medicinal properties. Birch has more personality than white, but is still a neutral choice for anyone looking to layer on another neutral shade. 

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We saw quite a bit of bright, safety orange on the runway for Spring 2018. While we are excited to see how that hue develops, we chose a more muted mango orange. The color of creativity, orange is buzzing with happiness and energy. No matter how or where you use this shade, it's sure to add some sizzle.