Think Pink

This has been a confusing fashion month. Between the “see now, buy now, wear now” concept, and all of the designer shake-ups, it’s hard to tell what season it is, and what house the collection is from. With all of the uncertainty, one message came through loud and clear from Paris this weekend: You’ve got to have a pink dress.

While I would hardly call pink the color of the season, it seems that it is de riguour for a dresses. And special ones at that.

At Celine, Phoebe Philo showed a dramatic pepto pink dress with a capelike effect coming from the draped hemline.

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For Pierpaolo Piccioli’s first solo collection at Valentino, pink played a major role. Here, a pleated dress gets a bright accent at the neckline.

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There were also 1920’s inspired shapes, layered over deeper tones.

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In contrast to all the retro fluidity, Piccioli added a shocking pink cape dress, in a more modern and structured cut.

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John Galliano went sheer, with this ladylike silhouette shown over matching pink lingerie.

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With new designer Gemna Gvasalia of Vetements at the helm, Balenciaga kept it bright with thier modestly cut pink dress, slit up the side and shown over purple spandex boot | pants.

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At Givenchy, Riccardo Tischi showed a simply cut hot pink satin dress layered over a sheer tank dress.

 

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Photos: Vogue.com

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