In a case of very effective visual marketing, this tiny display of Lovery Pink Rose bath and body products virtually jumped out at me from the confines of their booth at the recent NY Now gift show, and I knew I had to run over and grab this photo for a PinkThing! This completist collection of indulgent personal products — packaged in in Bubblegum Pink tub — includes luxury bottles with gold pumps, a 100% quartz guasha stone, elegant essential oil diffuser with reed sticks, and a glitter cosmetic bag. Rad! Even better; it’s currently on sale at over 50% off, just in time for Valentines Day! Purchasing information can be found Here.
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Pink Thing Of The Day: The Pale Rosé Bar
This week’s Pink Thing is a celebration of Pink for Pinkness’ sake -and why not? Spotted at the recent NYCWFF, this booth for The Pale Rosé wine is so darn pink, I gave it its own private photoshoot! Let’s get our Pink on, shall we?
Pink Thing of the Day: Pink Rose Made From Ceramic Plates
David Bielander is an award-winning jewelry designer who translates simple, everyday objects into exceptional pieces of art. Here, he has transformed a set of baby pink ceramic plates and bowls into the petals of a stunning Pink Rose Sculpture, which I spotted at the 2021 Salon Art + Design!
Here’s what the full sculpture looks like alongside two similar rose plate sculptures. So gorgeous!
Photographed in the Booth for Ornamentum Gallery, which is Located in Hudson, NY.
Pink Thing of The Day: Larios Rosé Flavored Gin
I was enjoying myself at the NCYWFF’s Grand Tasting when I spotted this lovely bottle of Pink Gin, with its equally inviting Pink Label, so I went in for a closer look. Here’s what I was able to find out about this product from the Interwebs: Continue reading Pink Thing of The Day: Larios Rosé Flavored Gin
Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Sparkly Rose in a Water Globe
When I was a child, our family owned an object which I believed to be the most beautiful thing on the planet: a real Red Rose, preserved in wax and displayed inside a water-filled, glass globe which sat on a black plastic base. It captivated me. I would stare at this exquisite object for extended periods of time, thinking it must surely be quite precious and expensive. In hindsight, it was impossibly tacky and kitsch, but when you’re feeling it, who gives a shit? My point is that I flashed-back on that wax-dipped Red Rose in the glass globe immediate when I saw this similarly tacky Pink Glittery Rose in its own fishbowl-like globe for sale on the street outside a Deli that recently opened on the corner of 14th Street and Avenue A. Ah, sweet, sweet nostalgia.