Something we learned very quickly while visiting the Danish city of Copenhagen in early June is that people like to Ride Bikes there. Thirty-Six percent of the population commutes to work a bike, and they are just fucking everywhere, so you had better watch out! It is insane, and yet, not insane, because it saves gas and is better for you and the environment. I took this photo of nice Pink Bike while my sister and I took shelter from a thunder storm on our way to see some sites. Copenhagen is an awesome city and I would go back for another visit in a heartbeat.
Giambattista Valli (Italian, b. 1966) embodies contemporary couture. His collections blend fantasy with simple, clean lines in garments that are inherently wearable and intensely romantic. Each piece is meticulously crafted, with decadent fabrics and impeccable tailoring. Voluminous, indulgent and chromatically rich, his gowns, such as the feathery tulle ball-gown skirt with piped pajama top (2014) are both extravagant and modern.
Photographed as part of the Beauty: Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial Exhibit at the Cooper Hewitt Museum in Upper Manhattan
Doesn’t looking at this very gigantic Pink Flamingo Pool Foatie just make you think of summer, and how much fun it is to float around in the pool on a sunny summer day, perhaps while enjoying a cold tropical drink? Ah, the life.
We found this guy at ICFF, hanging out in the booth for Sunny Life of Sydney, Australia; a company that seems to represent a lot of neat products associated with Summer. Summer!
This fun ceramic sugar skull wall trophy was created by the Mexico City-based Ceramica La Mejor; a high-end commercial ceramic production company that makes all kind of cool stuff. We visited their booth at ICFF and took a few photos of one of our favorite pieces for our Pink Thing of the Day!
Here he is again, hanging around with all of his colorful friends! Find out more about Ceramica La Mejor at This Link!
This spotted dog is the brand mascot of PINK, the Victoria’s Secret line of clothing and lingerie that is marketed to college age (and younger). He’s pretty cute.
In dimmer light, you can see that this little guy lights up!
Photographed in the window of the Victoria’s Secret store at the corner of Broadway and Prince Street in NYC.