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Jul 02, 2019

'COLOR is my day-long obsession, joy and torment," Monet once lamented, while Georgia O'Keeffe noted, "I found I could say things with colors that I couldn't say in any other way-things that I had no words for." Decades later, Steve Jobs sounded a different note, saying, regarding Apple's candy-colored iMacs, "For most consumers, color is more important than megahertz, gigabytes, and other gibberish associated with buying a typical PC." There's a station for PeclersParis, the famed trend forecasting company, with bottles of dye, swatches of fabric and a copy of its biennial "Color Trends Book" for manufacturers and designers that visitors may peruse, touching its color patches and tassels.