FALL/WINTER IS PRETTY IN PINKS

“Pink makes the prettiest addition to winter wardrobes; partner it with soft grey and black for an instant burst of femininity,” advises Vogue fashion features director Sarah Harris.

The new feminine allure, from the palest pinks to dusky rose, the new fall/winter 13 trend brings a warm rosy glow. The new wave of blush-hued designs has far more edge then your average debutante. With such a wide scope of shades, this trend will have something for everyone. Now I am all about the darker tones when it comes to winter fashion, which makes this trend perfect. Pair up your little black dress with a bubble gum pink coat and your ready for catwalk.

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This trend happens to be something I picked up on with my latest collection. With a ducky pale rose and a bubble gum pink teamed up with a slate grey and black gave my collection the womanly allure with the right touch of edge.

Photo credit Alick Cotterill

Photo credit Alick Cotterill

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Designers such as Celine, Kenzo, Acne, Simone Rocha, Maison Martin Margiela, Balenciaga, Roksanda Ilincic and Lanvin have all been mesmerised by the pink ladies. For those who are obsessed with Hollywood films as much as I am, I am sure you have caught on to the Heroine themed collections and fashion campaigns lately and this pale pink trend falls under that category as well. “Think Pink” is a phrase taken from song featured in Audrey Hepburn’s film Funny Faces (1957).  For those who haven’t seen the film here is a quick clip Funny Faces .

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