PINK is having not just a moment, but also a month. And with the start of October marking Breast Cancer Awareness month, what better time to get in the pink? As usual, our favourite celebrities are leading the way, with a wave of salmon, bubblegum and candyfloss colours sweeping the red carpet.
Support breast cancer awareness by adding layer upon layer of pink perfection
Here are some of our favourite celebs to nail ‘thinking pink’:
Elisabeth was pretty in pink as she picked up her ‘outstanding lead actress’ Emmy in a stunning pale pink tea-length gown by her favourite designer Prabal Gurung.
Elisabeth Moss gets our vote in Prabal Gurung pink prom dress
Rihanna is pushing fashion boundaries in a striking beaded and feathered two-piece ensemble. Riri has long been known for her out-there fashion sense but this Prada number, which she accessorised with fluffy Charlotte Olympia heels, rose-coloured Chopard jewels and even a pair of pink Cutler and Gross sunglasses, is nothing to blush about.
Rihanna rocks Prada on the Valerian red carpet
Showing off her playful side, in a bubblegum pink metallic Kreist leather jacket and flares, Gigi demonstrates that fashion can be fun. The only thing this biker Barbie look needs is a Ken doll by her side. Volunteers should form an orderly queue.
Gigi Hadid beautifies biker chic in head-to-toe pink leather
When it comes to thinking pink, Emma Stone has got the form. Whether her hair is Park Avenue Princess blonde or her natural red hue, Emma knows a classic pink number is the best way to keep things looking rosy. Moreover, this stunning pink and black number with a sweetheart neckline is no exception.
Emma Stone arriving at the ‘Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ in New York
Zoe Kravitz stayed true to her rock roots in this rainbow feathered Dior showstopper at the Emmy’s. Featuring pink teamed with almost every colour of the rainbow, Kravitz’s fairytale number proved that pink can be edgy as well as angelic.
Zoe Kravitz at the Emmy’s where her show ‘Big Little Lies’ picked up five awards