Fashion-Forward Food

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Pantone, the global authority on color, surveys New York's Fashion Week to bring you this season's hottest color trends.

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Malted Buttercream

French Roast is "a tasty, sophisticated hue that is a great alternative to the black and charcoal basics typically worn in the fall."

Get the Recipe: Malted Buttercream Recipe

Almond & Honey-Butter Cookies

Honey Gold is "a mellow, burnished yellow, suggests the soft-muted tones of sunlight to brighten a fall day."

Get the Recipe: Almond & Honey-Butter Cookies Recipe

Wake Up Smoothie

Pink Flambe is "a delicious, vibrant pink with a bit of heat to it."

Get the Recipe: Wake Up Smoothie Recipe

Beet Salad with Tangerines

Tangerine Tango is "vivacious and enticing."

Get the Recipe: Beet Salad with Tangerines Recipe

Toasted Almond-Coconut Meringues

Rose Smoke is "a veiled rose tone."

Get the Recipe: Toasted Almond-Coconut Meringues Recipe

Lemon-Orange Fizz

Bright Chartreuse is "a vital yellow-green" that "pays homage to a typical spring shade and creates a bridge into the cooling days of fall."

Get the Recipe: Lemon-Orange Fizz Recipe


Pantone, the global authority on color, surveys New York's Fashion Week twice a year to bring you the season's hottest color trends. We used Pantone's color picks for fall 2012 to find the most "fashion-forward" recipes of the season.

With honey gold colored cookies and a bright chartreuse fizz drink topping our list, these recipes aren't completely slimming or model-friendly. (They're mostly desserts!) However, these foods are definitely in trend with this season's hottest colors.

Check out the slideshow above to get inspired by fashion-forward foods. Food has never looked so fashionable!

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