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Amanda Holden pushed the Monday blues aside as she wore a vibrant, eye-catching outfit on her way to work at the start of the week.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 51, was the epitome of 'pretty in pink' as she donned the head-to-toe magenta pink look on her way to the Heart FM studios to host her breakfast show with Jamie Theakston.
The affordable luxury brand already has big celebrity fans, ranging from the Duchess of Cambridge to Nicole Kidman, so it was only natural that Holden would opt for the saturated Me + Em ensemble.
Holden's blonde hair was in a signature, sleek blow dry and her simple make-up made sure the hot pink outfit did the talking. She finished the look with a pair of Barbie-pink, Shoeaholics, pointed-toe court shoes, as shown in her Instagram story boomerang.
The presenter didn’t leave a stone unturned when it came to covering up in pink, too. After the Heart Breakfast show, Holden was seen heading out with Ashley Roberts and co-host Jamie Theakston in a bright pink coat, and pink bum bag – styled around her shoulder as if it were a cross body bag – to maximise the show-stopping effect.
The bright magenta pink Me + Em look comes the very next day after Pierpaolo Piccioli showed his all pink and black autumn/winter 2022 collection for Valentino at Paris Fashion Week. Holden’s head-to-toe block colour outfit looks like it could have come straight off the Paris catwalk.
The star-studded front row at the Carreau du Temple show at Paris Fashion Week featured a number of celebrities in the latest monochrome pink look, including actress-of-the-moment Zendaya.
The hot pink tone in question is set to become its own Pantone shade and added to Pantone’s official colour scale under the name “Pink PP”.
It looks like Amanda Holden and her stylist Kyle Willett have already been influenced by the collections in the French capital.
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