Marsala is a port city on the West coast of Sicily and a centre of wine-growing, because there the same name liqueur wine is grown. Characteristic of the wine is not only its sweetness, but also its deep red color. For 2015, the color was Marsala of the PAN TONE color Institute to the color of the year award.
How Do I Determine the Color of the Year?
Each year determines the PAN TONE color Institute headquartered in Carlstadt in the federal capital, New Jersey the top ten of the current color palette. Including colors such as Lucite Green, aquamarine, this time were classic blue, Strawberry ice or glacier gray. Under these different sounds, Marsala emerged as the winner. Various studies, order numbers, and economic trends were based on this decision. For the selection, global color influences technology, film, art, sports or entertainment are analysed and carefully scrutinized. The race has made the red-brown color and is meet by 2015 in many areas – whether for jewelry, cosmetics, fashion, Interior, or graphic design.
What Makes the Trend Color Marsala?
Marsala looks very elegant and can be beautifully combined with other colors: for example, with grey, Taupe, amber, gold, blue or Turquoise. At the sight of a rich red shade, we taste the homonymous wine formally on the tongue – a pleasure, whether as an aperitif or for dessert. The shade that can inspire us to dramatic looks, but also in restraint practices is equally reliable. In any case, Marsala will enrich us in this year and accents. The color in many fashion collections for next spring was very present on the catwalks of New York, Milan and Paris.