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From pink to pistachio, our favourite gelato moments from Fashion Week

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Anna Brech
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Ice-cream fans, rejoice.

Gelato hues are having a moment on the SS18 catwalk, with a prism of mouth-watering pastels taking Fashion Week by storm.

We saw an early hint of the trend with a lavender-blue design at Calvin Klein’s NYFW outing. Then Victoria Beckham went to town on the dreamy motif, with a deluge of deliciously light and ethereal shades for spring 2018.

“Delicacy can be strong,” the British designer explained. "They're ice cream colours but it's not too sweet or saccharine."

 Over at Helmut Lang, Shayne Oliver added his own singular twist to the ice-cream theme, giving dusky pink a tough, fetish edge. Gelato colours were also in evidence on the runways at Calvin Luo and Eckhaus Latta.

From duck-egg blue to lilac and pistachio, come get your fix of Fashion Week gelato and get set to craft your very own ice-cream wardrobe...

  • Ice blue

    At the Eckhaus Latta show, New York Fashion Week

  • Baby blue

    At the Eckhaus Latta show, New York Fashion Week

  • Cornflower

    At the Calvin Luo show, New York Fashion Week

  • Sky blue

    At the Calvin Klein show, New York Fashion Week

  • Aquamarine

    At the Victoria Beckham show, New York Fashion Week

  • Pistachio

    At the Victoria Beckham show, New York Fashion Week

  • Hint of pink

    At the Helmut Lang seen by Shayne Oliver show, New York Fashion Week

  • Doll-pink

    At the Helmut Lang seen by Shayne Oliver show, New York Fashion Week

  • Deep pink

    At the Victoria Beckham show, New York Fashion Week

  • Blushing pink

    At the Helmut Lang seen by Shayne Oliver show, New York Fashion Week

  • Turning lavendar

    At the Victoria Beckham show, New York Fashion Week

  • All about lilac

    At the Victoria Beckham show, New York Fashion Week

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Anna Brech

Anna Brech is a freelance journalist and former editor for stylist.co.uk. Her six-year stint on the site saw her develop a vociferous appetite for live Analytics, feminist opinion and good-quality gin in roughly equal measure. She enjoys writing across all areas of women’s lifestyle content but has a soft spot for books and escapist travel content.

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