Following 2018's regal and dramatic Ultra Violet, Pantone has revealed that its official colour of 2019 is Living Coral - a vibrant pinky-peachy-orangey hue that is said to "embrace us with warmth and nourishment to provide comfort and buoyancy". Here are six pieces to shop right now if you're loving the hue.
Designed exclusively for Net-a-porter.com, this off-the-shoulder design is cut from swathes of airy silk-chiffon and printed with a pretty orange, coral and ivory floral motif.
The coral hue of this Issey Miyake dress will complement sun-kissed skin and the loose silhouette is perfect for round-the-clock wear. It’s crafted from the label’s signature technical wave-pleated fabric, and cut to a V-neck style with thin shoulder straps that can be adjusted and tied at the back.
Burberry’s Coral Glow lip balm is lightweight, non-sticky and has a gel-like formula to give your pout the perfect amount of translucent colour with a soothing, cooling sensation. Composed of a mixture of butters and vitamins, it nourishes, softens and shines.
Stine Goya was feeling sentimental for the brand’s tenth anniversary, so her spring 18 collection is filled with pieces that have charming retro touches inspired by the archives. This ruffled Agacia gown is cut from coral silk and features cutouts along the décolletage and back to reveal just a hint of skin.
A perfect example of Emilio Pucci’s fun and effortless flair, this coral pink silk dress features a classic collar, sequin embroidery, a fitted silhouette, and an abstract print on the neck and cuffs. Wear yours with transparent heels.
Touch In Sol
Melting smoothly as soon as it touches lips, this buttery lipstick does as good as it looks. With a glossy, vibrant finish, the formula’s enriched with mango, shea butter and coconut butter to impart intense moisture and rich nutrition.