NRF颜色标准,国际标准PANTONE号颜色对照表

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NRF STANDARD COLOR AND SIZE CODES

COLOR CODING GUIDE

GUIDELINES FOR SELECTING COLOR CODES

PRINCIPLES FOR SELECTING COLOR CODES

CODING FOR: ONE COLOR

DIFFERENT SHADES

STRIPES, PLAIDS & MULTI-COLOR DESIGNS

NO COLOR CODE

METALLIC COLOR

NO DOMINANT COLOR

NO RECOGNIZABLE BACKGROUND

WHEN ADDITIONAL CODES FOR A SHADE ARE NEEDED

WHEN ALL COLOR & OPEN RANGE CODES HAVE BEEN USED

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GUIDELINES FOR SELECTING COLOR CODES

The primary guideline for selecting the correct color code is that it will always be based on the predominant background color of the product. Generally, it is proper to consider only the background color in selecting the appropriate code. However, there are conditions where multi-color patterns and plaids need to be distinguishable for tracking sales activity. Manufacturers who need such analysis should assign additional color codes to facilitate this information gathering.

When assigning codes to designate color with an individual style/model number, there must be a consistency in their use by retailers and vendors. The UPC Vendor Catalog must include the selected color in the Color ID field. Retailers will extract this information for inclusion in their merchandise database for products carried in their inventoryand use it in their reporting systems for the benefit of the merchandising personnel using these reports for inventory decisions.

With this uniformity in designating color for general merchandise, the exchange of information between retailers and their resources (e.g., color analysis and market preference profiles) can be greatly facilitated. This is particularly appropriate in light of the emerging cooperative inter-industry market data interchange programs such as “Quick Response” and “Just in Time.”

To insure the effective use of standardized color coding, the guidelines for merchandise intended for the general merchandise marketplace are listed below:

A color code will be selected from the appropriate sub-group to represent each of the color designations in the current product line. As an example, the colors “coffee,” “chocolate” and “carob” all fall into the dark brown sub-group, 201-209. Each color should be assigned a unique code (e.g., 201coffee, 202chocolate, 203carob).

The exception to the above guideline is for those vendors whose color descriptions exceed the capacity of a color sub-group. An example of this is a manufacturer having more than 10 colors falling into the dark brown (201-209) category. In this example, the manufacturer with 11 dark brown colors may assign the same color code to more than one of the colors (e.g., 201”kola nut” and “chocolate”).The color descriptions bearing the same color code must never be used for the same style number.

YesStyle number 145kola nut (#201); style number 622chocolate (#201)

No Style number 356kola nut (#201) and chocolate (#201)

If the above uniqueness of color coding cannot be accomplished within the appropriate color sub-group, the manufacturer must select codes from the proper overflow codes in the 240-249 or 900 series of numbers.

If one of the assigned colors (e.g., kola nut) is discontinued, its color code can be used for a new color description that falls into the same sub-group (e.g., walnut). In this case, the manufacturer must include the correct color description and its assigned code in the Vendor’s Catalog.

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PRINCIPLES FOR SELECTING COLOR CODES

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