A Colour Story: Hot Pink
During the darker months we become accustomed to more muted tones and often turn to deeper colours to match the season. As we start to welcome the arrival of SS21 Pre, we are looking on the brighter side and introducing a much needed splash of colour into our wardrobe, giving our favourite pieces a pink rinse.
Millennial pink has made way for hot pink, raspberry sorbet and burnt coral across ready-to-wear and accessories. Following a year of much change, these brighter tones have been worn by many powerful women to share their solidarity, the hotter pinks are closely linked to the parent tone of red which too evokes a feeling of empowerment. Whether you are bold enough to try head-to-toe bubblegum or add just a touch of rose against your usual monochrome palette, bring the power in statement shades of pink this season.
The famed feminine hue has made an appearance across dresses and separates this season and produced a selection of pink clothing that would make Elle Woods blush. Using bright magenta, The Attico presents a flamboyant combination of tailored fits and feathers alongside ROTATE’s vinyl dresses and puffy sleeves. Mixing fruit punch corals and cerise, Molly Goddard, Carolina Herrera and ANOUKI have given us a collection of beautiful tulle, satin and taffeta pink dresses worthy of being named valedictorian at Harvard Law.
This season’s edit of pink bags has opted for the neon glow to draw attention to their beauty. With luminous backpacks and mini bags from Marine Serre and fluoro cross body bags courtesy of Jacquemus and Balenciaga, these vivid pieces will be hard to ignore.
Carrying the empowering and dominant colour down to your toes, Bottega Veneta and Alexandre Vauthier are embracing shades of flamingo and fuchsia. If you prefer a subtle pop of colour, put your best foot forward in an attention-grabbing pink pump.
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