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- n. Plural form of noncolor.
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Radziwill, equally as chic but mostly cast into the shadows by her global superstar of a sister, gets it entirely right, in her stylish Quant-like pantsuit, while JK in a black and white dress has overlooked the overpowering strength of the two "noncolors" working against her.
The noncolors of the rooms created a cool and clean space.
Last Saturday, the sun, so damn spearing white, the sparkle of metal screeching and halting, lights changing into noncolors.
Gray is one of my favorite noncolors -- ask my mom sometime about how worried she was about my all-gray wardrobe in the seventh grade; I was a kind of Goth-lite, or maybe I just looked like someone had drawn me in pencil and then half-heartedly erased me -- and I'm really feeling it again this year.
I love the colors-noncolors-mutedcolors-whadevah-I love it. is an invitation only community, but you can still HYPE