Pantone Fashion, Home & Interiors system explained.
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The Pantone Fashion, Home + Interiors System is the global leader in color standards for the fashion industry. Here’s why so many trust Pantone
Pantone is the global standard.
Pantone has been a partner to the design community and their production partners for more than thirty years. We are immediately available on-demand through an international distribution network covering more than 75 countries. When a designer in one country communicates and specifies in Pantone, they know without question their color intent will be immediately understood by their production partners across the world, making color management easier and more reliable.
Cotton is the most reliable standard.
Designers know when they specify with Pantone, the color they intend can be achieved. Each of the colors contained in the Pantone Fashion, Home + Interiors Color System is easily reproducible, as we use only dyestuffs that are globally available, approved, and optimized for color constancy and colorfastness. We choose a cotton standard, the designer’s preferred material of choice, because it is the most stable and versatile material. It is these qualities that enable cotton to be more accepted as a color standard across a wider variety of material applications