* Beiges have moved on from their role of classic neutrals into bolder statements.
* Grays continue and are an important vehicle for muted iridescence.
* Khakis grow in importance as a reflection of global and eco concerns, as well as serving as a natural antidote to the color exaggeration we have been seeing in the market.
* Energetic yellows are golden and honeyed.
* Browns grow warmer and more chocolatey.
* Pinks fall into two camps: Shocking and bright, or a vanishing, cosmetic tone.
* The purples continue to show up — from those more subtle, to the depths of a deeper, darker blue purple tone.
* Reds veer from orangey red to brown-based reds.
* Greens are polarized between those that are sharp, bright, acidic to the deep dark piney greens.
* Turquoise blues become more prominent.
* Blues in general move darker and more blackened, though pale blues and bright blues still exist.
* Black is omnipresent in all finishes.
* White moves into an accepted winter shade.