East Kingston, NH (PRWEB) March 27, 2007
The Spring 2007 Fashion Color Report by Pantone, Inc. reveals that New York designers will be using neutrals, corals, yellows and purples this spring design season. The introduction of a new color scheme can inspire those fashionistas with a love of design to nurture their enthusiasm into a career. Prospective designers can begin by looking into the design course listings available on Online-Education.net, a one-stop source for students and prospective students exploring e-learning (http://www.online-education.net).
Despite each year's pantheon of alluring color names, it's not the designers' business to reinvent colors for a new season of marketing, according to the experts. Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute says of color marketing: "Most often, colors are not completely reinvented each season. Instead, they evolve from one season to the next. The Apple Cinnamon of fall, for example, becomes the Café Crème of spring. What does change each season is the variation of the colors, and/or the combinations of colors. While navy, black and white are still a presence for spring '07, designers are choosing a greater variety of neutrals as the canvas for this season's captivating new hues."
Online-Education.net provides students with information on online degrees, distance learning programs and correspondence courses in a wide variety of disciplines from fashion design to marketing management. Students interested in the visual and applied arts will find relevant articles on online degree programs, such as:
- Apparel design: A page featuring information about fashion design schools (http://www.online-education.net/fashion-design-school.html) and articles on everything fashion-related from the season's color trends and styles to management of the business.
- Visual arts: A page defining multimedia and design along with information about the business--including salaries, job responsibilities and links to schools (http://www.online-education.net/multimedia-design.html) with degrees through which students can learn how the visual arts respond to color trends.
- Applied arts: A page on interior design along with links to online degree programs (http://www.online-education.net/interior-design-school.html) that teaches students how interior designers take up the color trends each season.
Online-Education.net is a one-stop source for students and prospective students. In addition to interactive career coaching, the site offers information on courses, online degree programs and computer training.