Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Pretty in Pink

Pink has sometimes been associated with negative gender stereotypes and as appropiate for girls only. Pink is “girly”… but you think yellow is a neutral colour? There is no logic.
To help to lift up pink and place it as a universal colour I post some lovely examples of print and TV ads containing pink motives.
Pink is chic and sexy. Pink means loads of fun, joy, happiness, sense of humor, innocence, confidence, self-worthiness, acceptance, passion, relax, glamour.
Pink was used in advertising from the early beginning. Because of it’s strong message. Pink becomes extremely powerful in Duracell ads. Converse makes it cheeky while HP makes it intimate. Pink goes well with Hermes's orange. It's charming and sweet in the Miss Dior Cherie campaign.

Gorgeous Ali Stephens is shot by Terry Richardson for the spring/summer 09 iCB advertising campaign, Including the funny Pink Panther. “ iCB girls loves the Pink Panther”

In French ad campaign for Duracell’s most powerful battery yet, Duracell’s iconic pink bunnies, together form a pink sumo wrestler, a pink rhino and a pink tornado.

All credits are from: Agency : Ogilvy France Directed by : PLEIX Country of production : France Production company : Warm and fuzzy Post house : Digital District


Orange Hermes. Indian Pink.

Vintage advertising for DuBarry Pink Fire lipstick

Miss Dior Cherie advertisement featuring Marina Linchuk, was directed by Sofia Coppola on the streets of Paris. It’s so very “Lost in Translation“. Charming, unpretentious, bit nostalgic, chic and fun. The song is called Moi, Je Joue, by Brigitte Bardot. A lot of powder pink as well as strong pink accents. Very elegant.

Victoria's Secret Pullover hoodie & Very Sexy® Bow-back cheeky panty.

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