61 Reasons Why You Will Probably, Definitely Wear Pink Next Spring

The fashion world *really* loved the color this season.
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The fashion world *really* loved the color this season.
Sies Marjan, Michael Kors, Jason Wu, Bottega Venetta, Fendi and Valentino spring 2017. Photos: Imaxtree

Sies Marjan, Michael Kors, Jason Wu, Bottega Venetta, Fendi and Valentino spring 2017. Photos: Imaxtree

Just when we thought the color pink was already ubiquitous in the fashion branding world, this past fashion month has solidified its continued omnipresence through spring 2017. It started with New York Fashion Week, when we noticed the hue was an ongoing trend among designers, and in London, the popular shade made a number of runway appearances, as well. By the time we arrived in Milan, Alessandro Michele's latest collection for Gucci took place within an all-pink-everything boudoir, from the set's carpet and ottomans to the hazy lighting.

Gucci's pink-themed runway show for spring 2017.  Photo: Imaxtree

Gucci's pink-themed runway show for spring 2017.  Photo: Imaxtree

Finally, in Paris, pink still reigned, especially at Valentino, where Pierpaolo Piccioli presented his first-ever collection as the sole creative director for the major fashion house. With so many designers thinking pink, we've pretty much considered the color a neutral.

From a pretty pastel and highlighter hue to a glittery version and a bold, berry tone, see fashion's favorite color in nearly every varying shade as you click through the gallery below.

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