DyS­tar, CSI launch a Sus­tain­able Colour and Trend Guide

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Singapore-based DyS­tar, to­gether with CSI (Colour So­lu­tions In­ter­na­tional) colour team, has an­nounced to launch two new is­sues of their Sus­tain­able Colour and Trend mag­a­zine. The mag­a­zine will in­cor­po­rate the de­tails of Cadira colour pal­ettes. The first one is a ‘re­ac­tive-is­sue’, in­spired by Na­ture, which of­fers colour pal­ettes with softer, muted tones, earthy shades of green and lev­els of neu­trals.

An­other one is ‘Polyester is­sue’ which of­fers op­tions of more vi­brant and sat­u­rated colours. This edi­tion is ded­i­cated to­wards colours for ac­tive out­er­wear.

The mag­a­zine will in­spire colour man­agers and de­sign­ers as it will offer eco-friendly pal­ettes and colour com­bi­na­tions, said DyS­tar. Ac­cord­ing to the com­pany, the mag­a­zine will also pro­vide colour val­i­da­tion in CSI’s

Rel­a­tive Color Pop­u­lar­ity (RCP) in­for­ma­tion. Ad­di­tion­ally, it will also give in-depth de­tails on sus­tain­able dye recipes that are based on the Cadira re­source op­ti­miza­tion process. Fur­ther­more, the com­pany stated that Cadira con­cept helps in short­en­ing lead times as well as re­duc­ing wa­ter and en­ergy con­sump­tion. The mag­a­zine is said to fo­cus on these pa­ram­e­ters. More­over, the CSI in­formed that the colour pal­ettes with eco­log­i­cal dyes are its top-most pri­or­ity as it as­sists in ex­e­cut­ing low-im­pact pro­cesses while of­fer­ing colour and trend in­for­ma­tion to cus­tomers. Ron Pede­monte, Vice Pres­i­dent (Sales and Mar­ket­ing), DyS­tar and CSI, Amer­i­cas, com­mented, “We are con­scious about our en­vi­ron­ment so we wanted to cre­ate a mag­a­zine with an eco­log­i­cal colour and op­ti­mized pro­cesses so that our cus­tomers can pick the right colour that will help them re­duce their en­vi­ron­men­tal im­pact in the de­sign process.”

The CSI in­formed that the colour pal­ettes with eco­log­i­cal dyes are its top-most pri­or­ity as it as­sists in ex­e­cut­ing low-im­pact pro­cesses while of­fer­ing colour and trend in­for­ma­tion to cus­tomers.

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