Pantone View Colour Planner 51 Unseen AW 24/25
Pantone View Color Planner 51 Unseen
AW 24/25 is an internationally established color forecast with reliable and market-ready trend themes with keywords for the season.
Inspiration for lifestyle industries such as:
Women's clothing, Men's clothing, Activewear, Cosmetics, Interiors, Industry and graphics.
Our lives are more nuanced these days. We face complexity in almost every field, and this experience informs our color tastes. One moment we may be happy with a pale neutral, but at the same time we go out and buy a blazing red. We are much more open. Our understanding of color has moved from the personal to the multicultural, where we bond with others and are exposed to the eccentric, the unexpected. Enter the season with an open mind and a willingness to discover the unseen.
The Pantone View Color Planner is one of the most popular color books on the market. The coloring book is commercial, inspiring, tree-safe and a fantastic work tool for the season autumn / winter 2024-2025.
The trendy material is used today by large companies such as Electrolux, Mercedes, Hugo Boss, Mexx, Puma, H&M and Sony Ericsson.
Pantone View Color Planner - UNSEEN is published by David Shah, the man behind the View publications, and has particularly gained its popularity due to the commercial and inspirational color combinations.
# 51 - The trend book contains:
- Eight color stories with more than 50 trend colors for season AW 24/25 PVCP# 51
- Commercial and usable color combinations
- Removable original PANTONE® color swatches 11 x 2.5 cm (double folded) in all colors
- Inspiring images and text
- Overview map of the season's colors in wall poster format for the big overview
- USB with all the book's images, so you can create your own mood boards.
The Pantone View Color Planner is aimed at everyone who works with colors in fashion, housing, electronics, cars, etc. The book shows the season's trendy colors and has existed for more than 20 years.
The Pantone View Color Planner is published twice a year, in January and July.