The proliferation of this bright pink shade has almost lifted us out of an all-black wardrobe rut, and just in time for spring. It sort of just makes you happy to look at. Click through the gallery to check out the five fuschia pieces we’d actually wear and why.
Earlier this week, we wrote about German designer, Marcel Ostertag and his high-end take on cheap downtown trends. If you're curious about the A/W 08 collection, which debuted at Berlin Fashion Week, here's a peek at the collection. This season, Ostertag stuck with patent materials, which appeared as bright leggings in S/S, but became more, ahem, substantial garments for A/W. For the palate, also similar to last season, there are pops of color, this time fuchsia and marigold, and a few metallic moments.
All images by Colin Stark.
Well color me pink! Starlets have been favoring visions in magenta (or magneta a friend of mine once called it), fuchsia and hot pink hues. Now I'm not much of a pink lady but these sure do look fun. Who knew pink was so versatile? Chloe's slouchy Luella frock is pure fun, Eva's flowy gown is totally glam and Christina's long dress is modern and fresh. Ok, my mind might be changing...is pink the new black?