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How to wear pink for fall

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Rebecca Laurey out and about New York during Spring 2019 Fashion Week in a Tibi pink mohair oversized blazer and matching mini trouser skirt.
* The blazer is available HERE and the skirt HERE
Rebecca is also carrying the super coveted Shrimps Antonia faux-pearl embellished bag

Currently showing at FIT in New York (September 7, 2018 – January 5, 2019) «Pink: The History of a Punk, Pretty, Powerful color».

About the exhibition: Pink provokes exceptionally strong feelings of both attraction and repulsion. Indeed, it has been called the most divisive of colors. “Please, sisters, back away from the pink,” urged journalist Petula Dvorak in The Washington Post when she learned that tens of thousands of protesters were planning to wear pink pussy hats at the Women’s March of 2017. The issues facing women are “serious,” she added, and “cute” pink hats risked trivializing these issues. Yet attitudes towards pink are changing, and the color is increasingly regarded as cool and androgynous.

Although pink is popularly associated with little girls, ballerinas, and all things feminine, the stereotype of pink for girls and blue for boys only really gained traction in the United States in the mid-20th century, and the symbolism of pink has varied greatly across world history. By placing men’s, women’s, and children’s pink clothing from both Western and non-Western cultures — including India, Africa, Mexico, and Japan — in a historical context, Pink: The History of a Punk, Pretty, Powerful Color corrects popular misconceptions, encourages viewers to question clichés and received opinion, and demonstrates that “It is society that ‘makes’ color, defines it, gives it meaning” — to quote the great color historian Michel Pastoureau. (For more go to


Jessie Bush out and about New York also in Tibi. September 2018. (Photo via Instagram)


Jeanette Madsen wearing a Mango pink corduroy suit. (Photo via Instagram)


Hege Aurelie in pink out and about New York during Spring 2019 Fashion Week. September 2018. (Photo via Instagram)

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