You can either link students directly to Caygill, or they are students of students.
1942, book 1980
Suzanne Caygill published Color: The Essence of You in 1980, the same year Carole Jackson came out with Color Me Beautiful.? Suzanne Caygill is looked on as the pioneer of personal color analysis and image consulting,. Caygill believed that a person’s color season, and sub-type seasons, should be matched with their personalities, and with their body type.
"Suzanne Caygill(1911–1994), who is regarded[by whom?] as the pioneer of color analysis and image consulting, was an American color theorist who developed the Caygill Method of Seasonal Color Analysis. Caygill may have been influenced by her association with Edith Head, wardrobe designer and consultant to Hollywood studios and stars. A milliner, dress designer and night club singer as a young adult, Caygill turned her attention to color as early as 1940 and worked the rest of her life creating individual color palettes for clients and teaching design seminars. Caygill identified a wide range of sub-groups within each season, and gave them descriptive names such as “Early Spring”, “Metallic Autumn”, or “Dynamic Winter”, each with its own set of special characteristics. Suzanne developed the theory that for each individual there is a personal palette of colors reflecting a unique natural beauty, personality and style. In the 1950s Caygill starred in a self-improvement television program, "Living With Suzanne" which aired on CBS in Los Angeles, and began to teach seminars in which she described her work. Many devotees attended her classes, adapted and popularized her theories of seasonal analysis. In 1980, she published Color: the Essence of You and established the Academy of Color. The Suzanne Caygill Papers, Circa 1950-1990, are held within the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library, Cornell University". wikipedia
Joan Songer, Personal Style Consulting
student of Caygill (or contemporary?)
PERSONAL STYLE COUNSELORS (A Brief History)
JOHN KITCHENER SUBTLE BLENDED
JOHN KITCHENER EARTHY RICH
JOHN KITCHENER STRIKING CONTRAST
by Carole Jackson
Basics of the 4 Color Seasons
- Kentner insisted that skin color was the key to determining the base color that all the others must rest on, not hair or eye color. She believed that skin color alone would determine whether one was a Summer, a Winter, a Spring, or an Autumn. This can cause confusion, because the color of the hair may be the first thing that strikes the observer's eye (particularly if the hair color is dramatic). Okay, so skin tone is the determinant for one’s primary palette of colors. Then, if the hair color itself dictates a different season, this would become the secondary palette of colors.
Seasonal Skin Tone Color Matching
Color Me a Season: How to Find and Use Your...
by Bernice Kentner
Color Me A Season Since 1979, four True Seasons, and 3 blends each. Beautiful names, but little visuals on the site.
There is another out of print set of books that also has a four type system:
Jane Segerstrom's Look Like Yourself and Lo... c) 1980
Style Strategy: Winning the Appearance Game c) 1988
|Color for Body & Soul: Discover Yourself and Your Temperament Through Color|
by Naomi E. Donner
by Angela Wright, FRSA c) 1995
Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts
correction: NOT a student of Caygill
Darin Wright of Elea Blake
12 Tone Pictures (examples) - Reveal Consultancy
This page shows women draped and categorized in the 12 Tones/Seasons along with minipalettes. Maytee Garza, Former Sci\Art Certified Trainer and Analyst c) 1999
~2001 or before
Understanding Your Color: A Guide to Personal Color Analysis
Kathryn Kalisz Donovan founder of 12 Tone sytem
student of Caygill
Alan Flusser, Dressing the Man
Dressing the Man: Mastering the Art of Perm...
Color My Closet: Lauren Battistini
Haute couture feeling from this analyst. Mainly advertising her constulting services.
Does she relate back to Caygill?
|Jennifer Butler - Living Colors|
student of Caygill
The Color Advisor
"The principles of repeating one's contrast level as well as the color temperatures and intensities that compliment their personal coloring are combined in a system developed by Donna Cognac. It relates 16 different color harmonies to the energy of nature's five elements: Water, Wood, Fire, Earth, and Metal. Palettes are various combinations of these 5 elemental energies. For example any palette with a very bright appearance or a very warm overall color temperature is a Fire palette to one degree or another and is consistent with the essence of the wearer." Wikipedia
Derived from Sinclaire student of Caygill and Kitchener student of Songer, student of Caygill
Esthiology license in 1998 from the Aveda Institute in Minneapolis
Color Revival: Understanding the 12 Season ...
Pretty Your World: Color Revival by Lora Alexander
Lora Alexander's Blog
- Irenee Riter’s site, The Science of Personal Dress, is like a college course in color and image analysis and is now an ebook.
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