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Just like language, culture can determine how we see the world. Bambra, a language from the Congo, has only three fundamental words for colours, compared to over 3,000 colour names in English. Similarly, the colour red can have one meaning in North America – love and passion – and another in Asia – good luck and prosperity.
And it’s not just the interpretation of colour that changes worldwide; many colours themselves are unique to specific places. From the rich yellows of India’s streets, to the tranquil greens of the Chinese countryside — wherever we go, the shades around us transform with their surroundings.
Our current Trend Colour Collection LEVEL 25 is filled with colours that tell stories from around the globe. So we invite you to be inspired by the latest and trendiest shades, tones and hues — and open your eyes to a new world of colours!