While millennial pink is still going strong in the fashion world (see our recent Milan Fashion Week street style coverage as proof), several hues have been thrown around to potentially replace the trendy shade, including "safety orange" and a lilac-lavender mix. "Gen-Z Yellow," a term penned by the team at Man Repeller, is also in the running as pink's successor, and judging from the street style crowd at Paris Fashion Week over the weekend, the bright, citrusy hue is certainly catching on. We spotted the on-the-rise color in the form of fur jackets, sleek coats and suits, as well as a straight-from-the-runway look by Sara Battaglia, which was worn by Street Style Queen Giovanna Battaglia Engelbert in Cher Horowitz-Approved plaid.
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