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Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Bling Panther By Dan Life

pink bling panther by dan life photo by gail worley
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Artist and jeweler Dan Life (also known as Daniel Jacob) makes wearable art and tabletop items that glitter and shine with his hand-set crystal embellishments. This Pink Panther sculpture was spotted prowling around inside a vitrine in his booth at NY Now. I couldn’t find this exact piece on the website, but I did see a Pink Panther Head Pendant which sells for $550, if you want to check it, out at This Link!

Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Cowboy Boot Candle

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The weird thing about elaborate, decorative candles is that they are often too fancy to burn — their main purpose, I’m sure we can all agree —  even if they are made of wax and have a wick sticking out of them. Such is the case with this adorable Pink Cowboy Boot Candle from the Davie Ocho Candle CompanyContinue reading Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Cowboy Boot Candle

Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Bling Buddha Baby Sculpture

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Artist Metis Atash is known for her Swarovski crystals-encrusted  sculptures of little Buddha Babies  (which she calls Funkybuddhas) sporting spikey mohawks or embellished with sassy sayings. This pretty Pink one, joyously flipping the bird in a shirt that proclaims “Darling, No is a Full Sentence” (which: truth) was spotted in the Eden Gallery in Soho.

Pink Thing of The Day: Betsey Johnson Pink Bling Ankle Boots

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Spotted at the DSW store in Union Square, these Pink Rhinestone Embellished Block Heel Booties (from designer Betsey Johnson) were made for kicking some ass! Johnson has built her long-standing career in fashion by following her own set of rules, and these boots are no exception.
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Eye On Design: Bill Blass, Pink and White Silk Shantung Ensemble

bill bias pink gingham ensemble photo by gail worley
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Bill Blass (19222001) began his career as a designer f in the 1960s before establishing his own label in 1970. His early preference for bold stripes, checks, and plaids in allover patterns carried through his career in the 1990s. The varied scale of soft Pink and White Gingham silk shantung in this ensemble from the latter period adds dimension to its asymmetrical shape. The color and pattern combined with the apron-like silhouette present an idyllic image of motherhood.

Photographed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art as part of the Exhibit In America: A Lexicon of Fashion.

bill bias pink gingham ensemble photo by gail worley