A shocking pink spring

Resort and couture collections also highlighted color trends for future seasons. Next spring it's pretty sure that if you won't wrap yourself in pink at least you'll get a glossy pair of shoes. From sweet lovely blush hues to fuchsia, pink was all around..

Pink color trend resort 2009 - 01

Behnaz Sarafpour, Givenchy, Giorgio Armani and Jenni Kayne.
I must confess that I don't have anything pink yet in my wardrobe; no wait, I have a pink paisley printed blouse, but that doesn't really count. I guess I'm not a pink kind of person, so if you don't like this color don't wear it. I think though I'd love to own a bright-colored shoulder bag like this one from Louis Vuitton.

Pink color trend resort 2009 - 02
Louis Vuitton, Réyes, Temperley London, Michael Kors.
Best chromatic scheme for bright pink and fuchsia is to team them with neutrals like white, off-white, gray, black as well as gold and brown. Some resort collections teamed lighter pink and orange in prints or pairing separates.
Pink color trend resort 2009 - 03
Michael Kors, Celine, Isaac Mizrahi and Thakoon.
If the shades are intensity correspondent the result is very harmonious, as the hues blend in one single color.
Others used softer, warmer, fondant-like pink hues. I love the pink tangerine shade on Marchesa dress.
These sophisticated hues are the right answer for those who can't bear hot pink.

Pink color trend resort 2009 - 04
Donna Karan, Isaac Mizrahi, Marchesa, Louis Vuitton.
Couture collections destined for the fall 2008 season also displayed their appetite for this girlish color in different shades; from hot pink at Givenchy to bubble-gum pink at Chanel to a lovely shade of old pink at Elie Saab and sweet, baby-pink at Dior.

Pink color trend couture fall 2008
Givenchy, Chanel, Elie Saab and Dior.

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