How to wear hot pink: this season’s most stylish colour
There is a definite shade topping the colour trends this spring and it promises to add a vibrant touch to your look
Fuchsia, also answering to magenta or hot pink, will bring a much-needed sense of positivity and escapism to your wardrobe. Pierpaolo Piccioli, creative director at Valentino, loves the colour so much he has mixed his own shade with Pantone. Called Pink PP, it made up 40 looks at his recent AW22 show, from tiny bubble dresses to sweeping opera coats, all shown on a matching runway. Guests, including Zendaya (below) attended the Paris show wearing it head-to-toe. Further confirmation comes via trend forecaster WGSN who named Coloro’s deep pink Orchid Flower “colour of the year”. Take a tip from Halston and add a real one to your desk (£5, ikea.com).
A hot pink dress like River Island’s tie-front style or Cos’s oversized asymmetric waist are an instant update. Or try & Other Stories’s stretchy long-sleeved mesh dress with an all-over black floral print on bold pink (£65). You could try sprucing up an old T-shirt or shirt with Dylon’s Passion Pink shade, (£7) for a cost-effective way to buy into the trend. Just pop it in your washing machine and hey presto!Continue reading...