11th Mar 2017
Pink gets a lot of bad press?- blame Barbie and Katie Price -?but designers are bringing it back from the fashion wilderness. Here’s how the stars of the front row make the candy-coloured shade look contemporary.
Clean lines and an oversized shape gives this blush-hued maxi dress a modern feel.
An unapologetic pop of fuchsia looks fearless. Contrasting a traditionally feminine colour with sharp tailoring makes this outfit look really contemporary.
A sculptural trim gives this salmon-hued mini dress a modern architectural feel.
The asymmetric cut of this halter-neck top takes it out of the ordinary.?Pairing it with trousers gives the overall look a more sophisticated identity.
A utilitarian fabric like leather toughens up traditionally pretty?pink. The studded detailing adds a?punky vibe to these trousers too.
What better way to rethink a fluffy fuchsia’sweater than with a pair of sexy fishnet tights?
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