Welcome to the DyStar & Color Solutions Blog – eColorWorld
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Welcome to the Color Solutions blog, your online resource for color and trend.

Inspired by emerging trends in art and culture the Color Solutions/DyStar blog offers fashion designers and color managers data-driven color analysis, color trend and color validation for their seasonal palettes. Season after season, designers from all over the world, have valued the expert consultation of the CSI color team to guide their seasonal palettes. If you would like more information on color development, please visit csicolors.com. 

The Color Quarterly report offers important hindsight into color direction and validation for fashion and product designers. It is important to look back as see what worked and what did...

Taking the Color Quarterly report a step further, we have taken a more in depth look at determining which colors are more popular for specific seasons. This exclusive content offers important...

CSI manages seasonal color palettes from over 140 brands and retailers. For the past 20 years, designers have relied on CSI colors when selecting their seasonal and core color palettes. The...

The Color Quarterly report offers important hindsight into color direction and validation for fashion and product designers. It is important to look back as see what worked and what did...

CSI manages seasonal color palettes from over 140 brands and retailers. For the past 20 years, designers have relied on CSI colors when selecting their seasonal and core color palettes. The...

The Color Quarterly report offers important hindsight into color direction and validation for fashion and product designers. It is important to look back as see what worked and what did...