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Pantone's Choice Color For 2012: 'Tangerine Tango'

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The gurus of the annual fashion palette have uttered their decree on what color will dominate clothing, accessories and home decor next year. According to the Pantone Color Institute, the world needs a color to recharge us and move us forward. Tangerine Tango, a reddish-orange hue, "emanates heat and energy," says a Pantone executive.
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