This is Kitten Kay Sera. Also known as The Pink Lady of Hollywood. And boy does she loooooooove pink! Of course lots of young ladies are into this delicate color, but what makes Kitten so unique is that she is obsessed with everything pink. In fact, her entire house is pink and she claims to have worn nothing but pink for the last 25 years!
In an interview with UK newspaper The Telegraph, the 48-year-old actress from Los AngelesÂ said: “The colour pink makes me feel like I’m living a lavish life. It’s just a beautiful colour, so I surround myself with any and everything pink. I’m just drawn to it like a magnet!”
A permanent pink fixture in her life is her six-year-old Maltese doggie dear called (of course)Â Kisses. Â Do I even have to tell you that the adorable Kisses isÂ dyed pink every five weeks?? Says Kitten,Â “She’s pampered at the dog groomers. They use beetroot juice in the bath to dye her pink. It is totally safe and vet approved, I would never do anything to harm my little love!” Wowza.
Kitten says people ask her all the time “Don’t you get bored with pink??” She says of course not! To keep things fresh, she changes the shades of pink and tries out different styles, like country girl, glamour-puss or rock â€˜nâ€™ roll diva. “Right now I am sort of in 1950’s Doris Day stage!” It’s totally extreme and over-the-top but I have to say as kooky as she is, she sure seems happy. I do appreciate that the pink she uses in her home is a pale 1950s powder pink and not a garish Barbie Corvette bubble gum. I’m TOTALLY intrigued by this lady.
images:Â AUSTIN HARGRAVE / BARCROFT MEDIA
It reminded me of an article I read a few years ago in New York magazine about several unique folks who also only wear one color. Yes. The Pink Lady isn’t alone! Check out these peeps:
I did a little digging and turns out? They’re still up to their colorful old tricks.
1. Valeria “ValBlu” McCulloch.
Artist and accessories designer Valeria McCulloch, Valeria not only wears blue, but prefers it to be a verrrry specific blue:Â Â Yves Klein BlueÂ (or International Klein Blue/IKB). Which is like an electric blue. She’s been wearing this blue for over 25 years.
“In college, I majored in color theory. Blue was the most interesting color, historically. Germanic tribes wore it to ward off enemies; Christians used it to denote divinity. Wearing blue for me is being in a dream all day. Blue signifies loyalty, and Iâ€™m very loyal. Itâ€™s hard in this industry, but Iâ€™m a humanist.Â “
She even paints her white Chanel and Christian Louboutin shoes with custom-ordered electric-blue Sharpies. That’s commitment. More on her here.
2. Meet Elizabeth â€œSweetheartâ€ Eaton Rosenthal.Â
Fabric Designer Elizabeth Sweetheart loves green. She even dyes her hair green. The 70 year old lives with her husband who loves her green, but doesn’t wear it himself. They have one son who is (of course) a professional magician. Hee.
“Iâ€™m from Nova Scotia, where green is in your surroundings. I missed nature when I moved to New York. I started wearing green nail polish, and it spread all over me. I always wear overalls. I have 30 pairs. I buy childrenâ€™s sizes from GapKids and Chadwickâ€™s. And I dye everythingâ€”my Nike sneakers, my underwear. I canâ€™t fall asleep unless Iâ€™m wearing green.”
As quirky as she is, green seems to fit this nature loving lady. It’s a little too kooky for me, but I imagine kiddos love seeing her. See more of her here.
3. Then there’s Rebecca Turnbow.
Then there is fashion designer Rebecca Turnbow.Â She wears primarily shades of grey with touches of silver. As dismal as”only gray” might sound, she finds it elegant and sophisticated.
“I like everything to be clean, and gray is clean. Gray is between black and white, so itâ€™s a noncolor, almost. I feel messy and unclean if I wear other colors.Â I actually wore turquoise for eight years, but last September, I switched to gray. Iâ€™d had a bad year and needed to get out of it. “
4. And the always suave, Karim Rashid.Â
Industrial designer Karim Rashid actually wears both white AND pink. Which he manages to make look rather futuristic and not at all easter bunny.
“In college, I was obsessed with wearing all white. I felt angelic and free….In 2000, I was on a panel with nine architects, and I wore a white suit. Everyone was wearing black except me.Â I [always] carry Tide to Go. If I spill red wine, I just rub it off. I should write a book about wearing white.”
How do people react to a grown man in pink?
I make them smile. They say, â€œYou make me happy.â€
Read more about him here. You’ll totally recognize some of the things he’s designed!
So wow. Have you ever worn only one color from head to toe? Do you think you even could?? That’s commitment. I’m too fickle, I don’t think I could Â do it. There was a woman who worked at the Harvard library who wore nothing but purpleâ€”she even had a little purple pocket watch she would sit on the deck next to her. It was crazy. A good friend of mine only wears black/white/grey and it actually looks surprisingly cool and hip. He finds patterns and textures. Oh, and he still wears blue jeans.
By the way, you can see Miss Kitten & her pup Kisses on this short video here or on TLC’s My Crazy Obsession.