The dye from a circus equestrian’s red tights tinted the first batch of pink lemonade, according to former clown Pete Conklin’s account.
Nothing against indulging in your inner Barbie girl, but there are plenty of great reasons to celebrate the vibrant color beyond its association with Barbiecore. Keep reading for a selection of stories with a rose-colored focus, from how to predict a perfect pink sunset to the history of pink as a form of protest.
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Everyone in Los Angeles knows what comes in a pink box: doughnuts. But the story behind those boxes is seldom told.
From Madame de Pompadour to punks and pussy protest hats, pink has always been the colour of choice for those who dare to make a statement.
From pink beaches and lakes to fairy-tale castles.
Out in the wild, there’s good cause to fear the color pink.
Hatchling and juvenile populations of the Galápagos Pink Iguana were found in late last year, for the first time since scientists found the species.
How a favored nostalgic treat with a cult-like following met its untimely demise.
Pink—which may go back over a billion years—was once the color of fierce ancient hunters, powerful French women, and yes, boys.
From Mexico to El Salvador to Brazil, pink is ubiquitous, and there are compelling reasons as to why.