The 20-year celebration of SpongeBob SquarePants is honored with signature hues drawn from the much-loved cartoon. Having entertained a generation and become a household name, the iconic characters from the hit animation SpongeBob SquarePants now take their global domination to the next level with a unique accolade that is sure to renew and reinforce their reach.
The complexity of the modern world is pushing many people towards simpler choices in their lives. Computers, the internet, and the daily hustle and bustle of work and home life all need something to counterbalance their confusing influence. Perhaps this is why Classic Blue has been chosen as the color of the year for 2020.
When it comes to clothing and of course zippers, colors play a very important role. You can have the best design, but if you go with the wrong colors, no one will want to wear that piece of clothing.
It can be interesting to look back and see the fashion trends of the past. It’s particularly enlightening to see how zippers were employed in runway fashion twenty years ago. So, let’s take a peek at some of the ways zippers were put to use in the fashion shows of the day during 1999.
Transforming the basis of naming convention for colors, the Pantone Colour Institute had invented a new colour shade called the Minion Yellow. It happens to be the first official color named and inspired by a character.
Those who loved the big pants trend in the 90s can rejoice because they are back in style. Although the JNCO jeans of yesteryear may still look dated, modern fashion offers an endless array of oversized pants.