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Every Celebrity Who Has Worn Valentino's Pink Collection

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In March, Valentino’s Pierpaolo Piccioli, debuted a collection of 81 looks, 48 of which were realized in an almost blinding bright pink, a shade he created with Pantone. Since then, Valentino Pink PP—as the distinct color is named—has been favored by stars everywhere from the Grammys red carpet to the Coachella stage. Here, a look at everyone who has dipped into the fall 2022 hue.

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Anne Hathaway

The WeCrashed actress lead the pink parade at the Valentino Haute Couture Fall/Winter 22/23 show in a sequin-covered mini dress.

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Ariana DeBose

Originally, DeBose wanted to evoke a more “somber feel” at Valentino’s couture show, her stylists told Fashionista. Then, this brocade off-the-shoulder mini dress stuck out and the actress decided to go in a very different direction, switching the color from black to pink to embrace the optimistic feel.

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Florence Pugh

After Pugh wore this sheer, Valentino gown to the couture show, there was such a large response, the actress decided to speak out. “I’ve lived in my body for a long time,” she said. “I’m fully aware of my breast size and am not scared of it.”

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Drew Barrymore

The colorful actress and talk show host tapped Pierpaolo Piccioli to create a custom cape gown for the Daytime Emmys where she was nominated for two awards. Working with stylist Lee Harris, the star accented the look with chunky turquoise jewelry by Iradj Moini.

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The “About Damn Time” singer sparked marriage rumors when she wore what appeared to be an engagement ring over her opera gloves at an FYC screening of her Amazon Prime series Lizzo’s Watch Out For the Big Grrrls. She and her boyfriend Myke Wright made their red carpet debut at the event.

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Naomi Campbell

The supermodel (with Mohammed Al Turki) attended the Celebration Of Women in Cinema Gala during the 75th annual Cannes film festival in a sweeping Valentino pink gown with sequin florals.

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Gigi Hadid

When Hadid wore this bright look to the 2022 Prince’s Trust Gala, she styled it exactly as it was seen on the runway, with opaque tights and pointed-toe platform heels.

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Kiernan Shipka

Shipka shared photos from Venice where Valentino is sponsoring a pavilion at the 59th International Art Exhibition. Fittinlgy, the actress wore a mini dress covered in 3D floral appliques to support the brand, and even added matching pink opera gloves for another shot.


Glenn Close

On May 2, 2022, the Hollywood icon made her grand Met Gala debut walking the red carpet with Pierpaolo Piccioli himself. For the event, Piccioli created a custom head-to-toe fuchsia look with a dramatic evening cape which Close wore over an effortlessly cool blouse and tailored pants.

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Maya Rudolph

The actress went bold for the premiere of her AppleTV+ series Loot wearing the a bell-shaped midi-gown with floral appliqué designs and a scooped neckline from the Valentino fall 2022 runway.

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Elsa Hosk

At the premiere of Elvis in Cannes, the model channeled Marilyn Monroe pairing her voluminous pink Valentino gown with opera gloves and Messika jewelry.

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Vanessa Hudgens

A swing dress with balloon sleeves and a plunging neckline was one of seven outfits that the Tick Tick... BOOM! star wore while hosting the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards.

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Lana Condor

Putting her own spin on the Valentino runway look, the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before left the shirt jacket unbuttoned to reveal a matching bra top. Leggings and the house’s pointed platform heels rounded out the look.

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Ariana Grande

The singer wore a mini dress from the collection to celebrate the arrival of her brand, r.e.m. beauty in Ulta stores.


Conan Gray

One of two artists to wear the collection during the first week of Coachella, Gray played with his sheer top throughout his set.

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Omar Apollo

Apollo, meanwhile, went for a more structure look, wearing a suit from the collection to perform at Coachella.

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Gillian Anderson

Anderson stunned in a strapless top and trousers in the bright hue for the premiere of her new show, The First Lady, on Showtime.

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Kris Jenner

Clearly, the collection is a go-to for premieres, as Jenner pulled from it for the premiere of The Kardashians, pairing her flowing dress with studded heels and bag from the brand, both in the same pink color.

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Saweetie wore two Valentino looks at the 2022 Grammys, but the first one she stole right off the fall 2022 runway.

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Billy Porter

But Saweetie wasn’t the only one in Valentino pink on the Grammys red carpet. Porter also showed up in a long sheer ruffled shirt and trousers from the collection.

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Simone Ashley

The Bridgerton star once again proved she isn’t afraid of bright colors when she showed up to the 2022 BAFTAs in this look from the collection.

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While performing in Paris in March, Maluma wore two looks from the fall 2022 presentation, starting with this pink jacket.

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He later changed into this long sparkling pink coat, keeping on his pink gloves and pants to really complete the color story.

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The actress wore this pink suit to watch the debut of Piccioli’s fall 2022 collection, making her the first one to wear it. While this suit wasn’t specifically in the presentation, a version of it was shown in black.

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