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Sometimes I wonder where Pantone's head is at.

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This is how Pantone picks the colour of the year. This second article goes into more detail, if you are interested in how it all works. :) Hint: fashion, social causes, a bit of psychology and economics.

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I love the violet{love purple}!


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