Modern British shirt maker Thomas Pink has collaborated with Pantone to curate a collection inspired by the pairing of PANTONE 15-3919 Serenity and PANTONE 13-1520 Rose Quartz the 2016 Colour of the Year.
“Serenity,” a cool blue tone that comforts with a calming effect and “Rose Quartz,” a soft pink hue that conveys compassion and a sense of composure represent a harmonious union of complementary shades for the well-appointed man.
“The use of colour has long been a pillar of the Thomas Pink brand and something our customer has always embraced to express his distinctive point of view,” said Florence Torrens, Global Creative Director for Thomas Pink. “The 2016 Colour of the Year allows our gentleman to use fashion to convey a sense of stability, constancy and a quiet authority – traits that are necessary in today’s turbulent world.”
“The Pantone Colour of the Year selection captures the essence of what we see taking place in our culture during a specific moment in time, serving as an expression of a mood and an attitude on the part of the consumers,” said Laurie Pressman, Vice President of Pantone Colour Institute™. “We are seeing more and more men let go of traditional colour associations; allowing themselves to experiment with their wardrobe. As a brand known for leading the way with colour in men’s fashion, the collaboration between Pantone and Thomas Pink for our 2016 Colour of the Year selection is a natural choice.”
The Pantone 2016 Colour of the Year is offered in shirts and accessories throughout the brand’s collection both as seasonal and core pieces. Highlights include the Gibson classic fit shirt in superior, 100s two-fold cotton, the Caley knit tie, the Robin paisley pocket square and the Odd Spot sock among other key looks.
Available in 2016