Everyone's Wearing Pink! From Anne Hathaway In Prada To Jessica Alba's Fuchsia Blazer

A gorgeous catwalk trend for spring/summer '13, pink was spotted on the runway at Gucci, Christopher Kane and Honor to name but a few. From sugar almond pastel shades, to bold fluro brights there are many ways to work the feel-good hue this season, so is it any wonder these super stylish A-listers have got in on the action!

Eva Mendes (see gallery above) turned heads when she stepped out in a pink Valentino coat recently, a fab transitional piece for now, they look great with black and grey tights while the winter chill continues to bite but equally will look the part come spring weather with bare legs and a full skirt.

Everyone's Wearing Pink! From Anne Hathaway In Prada To Jessica Alba's Fuchsia Blazer  Everyone's Wearing Pink! From Anne Hathaway In Prada To Jessica Alba's Fuchsia Blazer  Everyone's Wearing Pink! From Anne Hathaway In Prada To Jessica Alba's Fuchsia Blazer

On the spring/summer '13 catwalk: Gucci, Honor and Osman. 

Whilst pink outerwear is a great way to work the look (check out Jessica Alba's vibrant blazer in the gallery above), the pink trend is gaining major traction on the red carpet too. Anne Hathaway set the pink ball rolling with her uber glamourous pastel Prada Oscars gown earlier this year, followed by a flurry of pink catwalk looks making their way onto the red carpet circuit, this week it was the turn of Bond Girl actress Olga Kurylenko, who was spotted in a spring/summer '13 Christopher Kane dress, worn with coordinating pink sunnies!

Meanwhile Girls star Zosia Mamet played up the sixties vibe of her embellished, autumn/winter '13 Honor dress, by teaming it with pastel blue pointy flats by the same designer, at the New York premiere of Trance this week, fellow guest Rosario Dawson looked super elegant in a peach pre-fall '13 Bottega Veneta dress. Both a joyful reminder that the fashion world's pink persuasion is here to stay!

Shop our pink picks

Pink fashion style clothing Christopher Kane celebrities wearing

Click the links below to buy:

Christopher Kane, tape and lace applique organza coat, £1,385 at Harvey Nichols

Whistles, 'Maya Cocoon' dress, £95

Next, lace peplum top, £50

Next, lace skirt, £50 

Lulu Frost, Impromptu crystal lips necklace, £285 at Net-a-porter.com



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