Posted on September 17 2018
The color pink is being celebrated with Pink: The History of a Punk, Pretty, Powerful Color at the FIT Museum in New York City. The divine show, that will be on display until January 5, 2019, was organized by the museum’s director and chief curator Dr. Valerie Steele. It features approximately 80 ensembles from the 18th century to the present. The gorgeous book accompanying the exhibit reveals how the meaning of the color has changed throughout the centuries and in various cultures. Over time pink has been used by romantic designers and the most avant-garde names in the field. It has transformed from a girly-girl favorite to a hue of empowerment found in symbols like pink Pussyhats.
All the thinking about pink in the clothes exhibit heightened The Adventurine's awareness of how ubiquitous the color is in jewelry. There are all kinds of pink gems not to mention rose gold infusing the work of designers today. Every box is checked in jewelry styles: punk, pretty and powerful styles.
Read the full article at The Adventurine, where Maria Canale's rose gold Peacock earrings set with diamonds is featured!