Marsala Is Pantone's Color Of The Year, But These 17 Celebrities Already Knew That
Not only is December the official start to the holiday season; it is also the month when devoted fashionistas wait with baited breath for Pantone's Color of the Year to be announced. It's official: Pantone's Color of the Year is Marsala, a rich, evocative shade that is simultaneously earthy and incredibly luxurious. But how does one wear this lovechild of cocoa and burgundy? Flip through for 17 marsala-wearing celebrities who paved the way for the rest of the world to wear Pantone's favored shade in 2015.
Taylor Swift worked Pantone’s Color of the Year in sultry fashion with a body-concious, peekaboo sheath.
A radiant Rosie Huntington-Whiteley took the plunge in a deep v-neck marsala gown.
Cate Blanchett selected an elegantly draped gown in a brown-tinged marsala, paired with a statement necklace of gold paillettes.
Andie McDowell exuded southern charm in a fitted marsala shift dress with an asymmetrical, dipped neckline.
Courtney Cox draped herself in marsala-tinted satin for a Salvator Ferragamo-sponsored red carpet appearance.
Katherine Heigl heralded her return to network television with a beautifully tailored marsala-colored leather jacket.
A glowing Heidi Klum turned heads in this sparkling sequined halter gown, of course rendered in next season’s favorite shade.
How To Get Away With Murder star Viola Davis graced the Golden Globes in a refined marsala silk one-shoulder gown.
Friday Night Lights alum Minka Kelly channeled youthful glamour in a delicate dress with intricate silk overlay.
Style icon Blake Lively stunned in a rich, marsala-hued silk gown.
Michelle Monaghan selected an edgy, fringed leather gown in deep marsala for an exceptionally dramatic red carpet appearance.
Katie Holmes posed with Zac Posen in a boatneck satin sheath at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Ashlee Simpson favored the marsala shade for her leather shift dress, luminous pout, and smokey eye.
DJ Harley Viera-Newton paired a silky marsala slip with a classic beige trench coat and a vibrant red lip.
Emma Watson’s square neckline and rich, marsala satin shift set off her subtle makeup and updo to great effect.
Jada Pinkett Smith
Jada Pinkett Smith chose a classic silhouette with a twist when she opted for this marsala-hued leather sheath dress.
Megan Fox looked every bit the Hollywood screen siren in a marsala-colored, ruched sheath and cascading curls.