Your guide to rock and reinventing the most romantic of colours like an A-lister

Pink is back, but it's no longer the stuff of fluffy and saccharine Barbie girl dreams. Under the eyes of world’s powerhouse brands like Miuccia Prada, Balenciaga and Valentino, pink is fresh, defiant and on occasions even subversive. It's time to rethink pink, as these stylish-looking stars will attest

Colour blocked!

Red and pink seems like this season’s winning combo. Head out with tonal colour-blocking. Sticking to similar hues, for spring, think of pinks and reds; cherry and burgundy, tonal aqua colours, to make it a win. Here is giving us the ultimate colour blocking lesson in this Oscar de la Renta suit at the Palms Springs International Film Festival. Its girl power personified.

Casual pink-chic

Go casual and effortlessly fashionable with pink. Wearing a beanie and a hoody in the pretty colour, and teamed with leather trousers and Saint Laurent boots, proved pink is totally wearable.


Well, it’s difficult keeping the princess-y vibes out of the colour pink but there is always a way to model pink your way conveys the minimalist modern princess win a frilly bustier and chiffon skirt, which keep the romantic look coming without granting the overwhelming poofy-princess look.

Flair for Fuschia

Bright hues that we're calling "paintbox colours" make much hue and cry with the colour fuchsia. The bold, bright, head-to-toe shade of pink was featured in shows like Valentino, Topshop and Bottega Veneta and is definitely the colour of the moment. If anyone can rock a fuchsia feathery cocktail dress it's!

Pink Pant Suit!

Talk about ultimate girl power. Power dressing has been around for some time now but to inject some ultra-femininity into it is the real deal. What’s a better way to do so by talking to the streets in a pink pant suit. Show them who the boss is now!