The color experts at Pantone completed a survey for Spring 2010 in which they asked fashion designers about their top color picks, inspirations and philosophies. Here are Pantone's top 10, plus jewelry evocative of each hue.

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1. Turquoise (Left)

Necklace from Elizabeth Showers, ElizabethShowers.com

2. Tomato Puree (Center)

Earrings from Zeira, Zeira.com

3. Fusion Coral (Right)

Ring from Carla Amorim, CarlaAmorim.com

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4. Violet (Left)

Earrings from Jewelmak, Jewelmak.com

5. Tuscany (Center)

Pendant from Vicente Agor, VicenteAgor.com

6. Aurora (Right)

Ring from Stephen Webster, StephenWebster.com

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7. Amparo Blue (Left)

Pendant from Katherine Jetter, KatherineJetter.com

8. Pink Champagne (Center)

Earrings from Lori Bonn, LoriBonn.com

9. Dried Herb (Right)

Earrings from Nina Runsdorf, (212) 382-1243

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10. Eucalyptus

Necklace from Shaesby, Shaesby.com


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