‘Living coral’ is Pantone’s colour of the year – and these gorgeous A-listers showed us just how to work a pretty pink shade on the red carpet

Jameela Jamil, all-out embraced the ‘living coral’ trend in a full-length gown at the Golden Globes this January. Dusty coral lips and a low sweeping blush enhance this fairytale look, and the dusky colour of the dress makes the high-shine of her glossy hair even more noticeable. Drop earrings add even more femininity to an altogether ‘princessy’ look…although Jameela treated her Instagram followers to a glimpse of the skinny jeans she was wearing underneath the dress to keep her legs warm. As fans of The Good Place might say, she’s so forking cool.

Steal Jameela’s style this spring by wearing a living coral blouse with low-slung straight jeans and neon shoes.

Emma Stone plumped for a much paler shade of pink: pretty meets pretty. Pink is not a colour redheads should avoid, but the silver scales on Emma’s dress help to tone down a possible clash. A pop of coral on Emma’s handbag really sets off this look, and has convinced us that coral and silver will have a fashion moment this spring. Gentle, bo-ho waves and all pink make-up add lashings of loveliness to Emma’s style. 

Steal Emma’s style this spring by trying an all-pink palette from your make-up kit.

And Regina King went full-on glamour in a pink statement dress by Alberta Ferretti: her sparkling, shimmering sequins made us think of a pretty pink mermaid. Loose-hanging curls and subtly pink-toned makeup, with a silver statement ring and chandelier earrings, added elegance to Regina’s daring yet demure red carpet style.

Steal Regina’s style this spring in pretty pink sequins on a night out…with seriously smoky eyes.