“Hello little people. What an absolutely splendid day.” – Miss Piggy welcomes us to a (dream) wish list, inspired by her favourite colour.
I always take a notebook with me to jot down ideas. What? You’re so surprised? I’m not just a pretty pig face! This one is ombre inspired and hand-bound in Florence.
Deborah Lippmann does everyone’s nails in Hollywood and her eponymous nail polishes are the best. I love this pink hue, it’s called Constant Craving polish, which is so me!
Valley of the Dolls is such a classic and this year there’s a 50th anniversary special edition in paperback. Its super special with pink pages inside.
I love Green Bar’s saffron lip balm because I’m super into natural beauty. I know they’re colourless, but my lips are naturally very pink (as is all of my skin actually), so all I need is this balm for hydration.
What can I say? These Minna Parikka sneakers are pink glitter and they’ve got a tail. I love how they confuse people when I wear them… is she a pig? Is she a bunny? I’m an icon darling, that’s what’s up.
MISS PIGGY: SWEET DREAMS ARE MADE OF PORCINE PINK
For The Culture Edit themed Culture X Pink! we could not dream of a better cultural icon than Miss Piggy to curate her trademark colour. Sure, she’s technically a pig and a fictional character – but that doesn’t make her choices any less riveting.
In an especially rose-hued (and imaginary) edition of our Curator segment, Miss Piggy proved her aesthetic expertise and curated her favourite rose-hued inspirations. Pink also happens to be her skin tone, so that’s handy. So what do you get when the most glamorous and outspoken pig lady alive curates Pink!? A whole lot of chic ton-sur-ton, of course!
Our editorial team’s decision to invite the one and only Muppet muse into our midst was based on the fact that Miss Piggy’s own brand of pink is a kick ass, girl power sort of tone. We love that. A starlet and a diva she might be, but a damsel in distress? Never. Here’s a woman (sort of) who generally gets her own way and isn’t afraid to be the boss. Of course, many a serious cultural revolutionary and feminist icon has toyed with Pink! – the amazing work of Portia Munson in 1994/2016 Pink Project: Table comes to mind. Pink is a feminist topic and a colour full meanings to distill and deconstruct. But, what can we say? We just couldn’t resist injecting a touch of kitsch porcine pink to this Edit…