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Starbucks And Pantone Collaborate On A Line Of Planners

Starbucks And Pantone Collaborate On A Line Of Planners
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Five color options including 'Mystic Cloud' and 'Midnight Sky' enhance the coffee chain's gift offerings for the holiday season

Emma Hutchings
  • 25 october 2017

Starbucks Korea has partnered with Pantone color corporation to create a collection of 2018 planners, adding some design flair to the coffee chain’s gift offerings. Yellow, pink, peach, light blue and navy planners will give customers the chance to ‘Color Your Life in Starbucks’. They are due to be released early next year, and should help keep customers occupied and organized as they sit sipping their drinks.

The five different color options are on display on Starbucks Korea’s Instagram, with names such as ‘Blooming Petal’, ‘Mystic Cloud’, ‘Sunset Blush’, and ‘Midnight Sky’, and the Starbucks logo stamped onto the front cover.

Starbucks Korea | Pantone


Lead Image: Starbucks Korea via Instagram

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