Leo Burnett London Color Codes Every Outfit of the Queen Over 60 Years

By: Cody Turner - Published: Oct 22, 2012 • References: lostateminor & yatzer
Leo Burnett London and Pantone have created a cool little color swatch book inspired by Queen Elizabeth II and her continually color-coordinated outfits. The amazing thing about the book is that not only is the book in the shape of the Queen herself, but it also indicates the place and the date that each of the Queen's outfits were worn.

The outfits are compiled of the Queen's ensembles over the past six decades and all the colors she has worn. Each outfit also is numbered according to the Pantone color referencing scheme.

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