Upon seeing this pink wall, I was reminded of the artist Yves Klein, who had his International Klein Blue color, a unique color of blue that he never patented but did numerous paintings with, including a performance piece with models doused in the paint and used as human paintbrushes. If Yves Klein can have his blue, why can't Paul Smith and bloggers have their pink? I have to admit, even though it is, as my husband says, "just a pink wall", it is a rather beautiful shade of pink that has an immense visual impact, so I get the appeal. Artists such as Klein and Mark Rothko have suggested with their work that colors can have a powerful impact on the human psyche...or just make for really great blog/Instagram pics!
I would title the photo below: Katie, Contemplating the Pink Wall. Actually, while we were here, two women on vacation approached my husband and me and asked "Is this a famous wall?" They seemed really amused by it and we just played it off like we were not intentionally here, even though that was a lie! There was also a man posing for a photo with his dog, which made me wish William was better behaved so he could have his moment in the pink limelight, although red is more his color!
Skirt: Kate Spade (outlet) similar "leopard dot" styles below
Shoes: Kate Spade
Bag: Louis Vuitton Epi Alma
Sunglasses: Prada here