From Nicki Minaj to Noah Cyrus, These Celebs Prove Pink Pumps Are This Season's 'It' Shoe

Rita Ora at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Festival at MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sept. 19, 2015 in Las Vegas.
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Rita Ora at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Festival at MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sept. 19, 2015 in Las Vegas. 

Whether it's Zara Larsson’s pink velvet platforms or Rita Ora’s fuchsia Dior pumps, stars can't stop wearing this stand-out fuschia color. Check out some of the best pink footwear of the season worn below. 


GRÖNA LUND last night. Magic ?-- @lingmerthphotography

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Zara Larsson wore her signature bubblegum pink platform boots, from her collab with H&M, during her concert in Sweden earlier in June. The crushed-velvet platforms complemented her sequined jacket, metallic gold bustier top and high-waisted bottoms perfectly. 


Noah Cyrus looked stunning in pink Loriblu high heel sandals at the 2017 Kids Choice Awards. She paired her simple heels with a ‘Girl Power’ graphic tee tucked into a  MSGM crushed velvet mini skirt and a Bittar spike accented choker.


Rita Ora was pretty in (all) pink in a Au Jour Le Jour dress and matching Dior pumps. She stayed warm on the chilly March day in a white fur coat while strolling the streets of London. 


Inches bih.... bad btchs link up --

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Whether with her signature matte pink lips or her standout apparel, Nicki Minaj almost always adheres to the pink trend. Here, she's seen donning a pair of Current Mood bubble gum pink platform boots on stage in Paris. The vegan 3-inch platforms were worn with the singers Atsuko Kudo pink latex body-suit.


@Anitta my baby you look absolutely ------ tonight!

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Anitta posed for a pic with Iggy Azalea at the MTV Awards México, wearing a pair of hot pink thigh-high Vetements boots and an all black À La Garçonne ensemble. 


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