More Alive With Color: A guide to achieving personal style through colors that energize you.
In her groundbreaking book, color guru and Pantone advisor Leatrice Eiseman introduces you to her original, easy-to-follow “Color Clock” system–the quick way to find and use the colors that reflect your personal style and transform the way you look.
- Determine your personal Colortime® to use color with confidence when shopping for clothes, cosmetics, and accessories.
- Take advantage of your personal Signature Colors to help you establish your very own style, bring out your creativity, and avoid expensive mistakes.
- See what color says about you, enabling you to transform your wardrobe, your cosmetics, your style to better reflect your personality.
- Use Lee’s Color Clock™ system to simplify, organize and excite your life!
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“Connoisseurs around the world view Leatrice Eiseman as the pre-eminent expert in her field of color psychology. For years, Pantone has relied on her color knowledge and input for development of our products. I strongly recommend her book, The Pantone® Guide to Communicating with Color, to anyone interested in the most effective use of color and color combinations for maximum impact in the marketplace.”
“When Leatherman was faced with choosing color for its products, they called the best, Leatrice Eiseman, the executive director of the Pantone Color Institute and oft-described “color guru”. Utilizing Eiseman’s research on how color influences human thought processes, emotions and physical reactions, Leatherman settled on five colors, each based on its specific appeal to the type of person who would need a specific tool.
Thank you so much for your contributions on this project. We were all pleased with your professionalism and appreciate your continued support of Leatherman.”