For those who find themselves hard-pressed to let go of the millennial pink trend, we’re here to offer up a much-needed refresh on the hue. One that resides within the same tonal family yet imbues a dynamic detail riddled with power and intensity—call it power pink. The inspiration comes by way of Solange Knowles Ferguson’s performance at Chinati set against a backdrop of Donald Judd’s 15 untitled works, and we’re here with an array of ideas on how you can bring the hue home. Ahead, Domino associate style editor Lily Sullivan shares her essentials, which encapsulate the color movement with effortless ease.
Solange’s use of color is so moving. Her performances are true works of art.
Scales by Solange Knowles at Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas
Amaca Chair by David Weeks, Moroso, $3,180
This handwoven chair pulls you in with its vibrant palette.
Comb Rug, Block Shop, from $250
The Block Shop girls never cease to amaze me, and this color combo is out of this world.
Heart Talk by Cleo Wade, Indie Bound, $18
Set the tone for a mindful spring with this inspiring book.
Beet Hot Sauce Trio, Jonny Hetherington, $39
Perfectly pink but just as spicy.
The Last Lolita by Adam Selman × Le Specs Sunglasses, Opening Ceremony, $120
Red-hot shades for your Thelma & Louise montage.
Hotel Flat Sandals by Balenciaga, Barneys, $650
Balenciaga slippers: the kind of “extra” an It girl needs.
Extremely Pink Choker, Roxanne Assoulin, $130
A chic addition to every ’90s child’s jewelry box.
Grace Bag, Staud, $250
I like a small bag—with big personality.
Uluru Miniskirt, Kaliver, $330
Skirt the rules in this fuchsia leather mini.
This story originally appeared in the spring 2018 issue with the headline “Power Pink.”
See more color-coded recommendations:
The Unexpected Color Combo We’re Loving for Spring
A Fresh Take on Spring Pastels
The Easiest Way to Add an Edge to Your Home
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