Trend Report: Think Pink

Posted on June 15, 2017 by Molly Hannelly

Pink is a quintessential fashion color. Adding vitality and excitement to any collection, pink has been dominating the runway. With the growing popularity of "Millennial" pink, named after the generation that has become obsessed with this shocking shade, other pinks have followed suit. Check out the hottest highlights of this years pink passion.

Hot Pink

A classic color, hot pink is a racy shade that is bound to make a statement. Worn subtly in Fendi's skirt suit, or not-so-subtly in Jeffrey Dodd's shorts and jacket combo, hot pink always catches the eye. This makes hot pink a great way to call attention to yourself, whether you need to captivate a creative team at your business meeting, or crush it at girl's night karaoke.

Fendi | Resort 2018

Fendi | Resort 2018

Antonio Marras | Resort 2018

Antonio Marras | Resort 2018

Marco de Vincenzo | Resort 2018

Marco de Vincenzo | Resort 2018

Jeffrey Dodd | Resort 2018

Jeffrey Dodd | Resort 2018

Hot for pink? Flirt with these fabrics:

Hot Pink Solid Charmeuse

Hot Pink Solid Charmeuse

Hot Pink Blended Rayon Velvet

Hot Pink Blended Rayon Velvet

Fuchsia Pink

A color reminiscent of tropical flora, fuchsia pink is a softer hot pink that maintains its striking attitude while toning down its lackadaisical implications. A pantsuit of fuchsia pink, similar to Mugler's or Ports', gives new life to business attire. A cocktail dress like Giorgio Armani's is an excellent option for weddings or bachelorette parties.

Mugler | Resort 2018

Mugler | Resort 2018

Fendi | Resort 2018

Fendi | Resort 2018

Ports 1961 | Resort 2018

Ports 1961 | Resort 2018

Giorgio Armani | Resort 2018

Giorgio Armani | Resort 2018

Fascinated by fuchsia? Have fun with these fabrics:

Fuchsia Solid Silk Faille

Fuchsia Solid Silk Faille

Fuchsia Double-Faced Wool-Acrylic Woven

Fuchsia Double-Faced Wool-Acrylic Woven

Lilac Sachet

Lilac sachet is similar to Millennial, a softer pink that insinuates playful maturity and has a coquettish charm. A body suit of lilac sachet underlines the flirtatious nature of this shade, while a simple dress suggests elegance and whimsy. Antonio Marras' dress displays one block of lilac sachet, showing how the color complements others while still taking center stage. Lilac sachet is perfect for any occasion, even laying around the house or going for a coffee run.

Norma Kamali | Resort 2018

Norma Kamali | Resort 2018

Antonio Marras | Resort 2018

Antonio Marras | Resort 2018

Ports 1961 | Resort 2018

Ports 1961 | Resort 2018

Vilshenko | Resort 2018

Vilshenko | Resort 2018

Savoring sachet? Love these lilacs:

Pink Floral Re-Embroidered Stretch Lace

Pink Floral Re-Embroidered Stretch Lace

Turkish Carnation Spotted Polypropylene Woven

Turkish Carnation Spotted Polypropylene Woven

Pale Dogwood

Pale dogwood is so soft, it's almost morose in tone. A subtle pink, pale dogwood is an innocent shade that plays nicely in modest garments and understated styles. Altuzzara's lace dress in pale dogwood binds this shade with the popular fiery red that has been rocking the runway, while Norma Kamali's pale dogwood feathered vest takes this subtle shade and makes it eccentric and exciting, something to wear to the opera or Bryant Park.

Lela Rose | Resort 2018

Lela Rose | Resort 2018

Altuzarra | Resort 2018

Altuzarra | Resort 2018

Norma Kamali | Resort 2018

Norma Kamali | Resort 2018

Camilla and Marc | Resort 2018

Camilla and Marc | Resort 2018

Are you a cat person, or a dogwood person? Take your pick of pale:

Pink Shaggy Faux Fur

Pink Shaggy Faux Fur

Soft Pink Solid Boiled Wool

Soft Pink Solid Boiled Wool

Do you think in pink? Or do you think this trend is insane in the membrane? Let us know!

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