The Barbiecore trend is in full swing thanks in part to the global success of Great Gerwig's box office delight, Barbie.
Neon pink garments have been flying off the shelves quicker than you can say 'Barbie Land' and the likes of ultra-feminine silhouettes and sparkles galore have made a welcome comeback.
But did you know that Greta's production designer Sarah Greenwood used a very specific shade of pink for her charming set design? Whilst Mattel's Barbie doll is synonymous with a plethora of rosy tints, Sarah leaned into the quintessentially 'girly' neon pink.
According to Architectural Digest, the specific shade used was a fluorescent pink concocted by Rosco, a company that specialises in 'supersaturated', highly pigmented colours.
As the Barbiecore trend rumbles on, the team at HELLO! is taking a closer look at all the times members of the royal family, both here in the UK and beyond, have served up a slice of pure Barbie perfection. Keep scrolling for the very best in dopamine dressing…