Repositioning itself as the go-to hue of the season, hot pink is most definitely in
It’s been almost two years since the muted shade of millennial pink rose to fame. Now, subtlety is out and all things 80’s, including hot pink, are in. While some might call it fuchsia, others refer to it as Schiaparelli pink, after the Paris-based Italian designer credited with beginning the “shocking” pink rage back in the 30s.
A far cry from the soft shade of pink that we’ve all loved and lived in, hot pink is a welcome addition to the traditionalist winter uniform of black and grey. Of course, if you need a little convincing, click through the gallery above to see how the vibrant shade can be incorporated into your wardrobe this season.
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