DyStar, CSI launch a Sustainable Colour and Trend Guide
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.