Indeed, when President Barack Obama recently appeared on The Daily Show, a fuchsia bracelet dangled from his wrist.
In particular, Clinton was enamored of her fuchsia Salvatore Ferragamo satchel.
Translucent dresses in shades of fuchsia and purple were topped with voluminous jackets in stiff, sculptural shapes.
The final dresses, in fuchsia with embroidery, appliqué, layering and all manner of technical wizardry were a Cinderella dream.
His masterful color sense paired a blood-red satin tunic with fuchsia trousers.
The fuchsia also grows to a large size; but it is a more delicate plant than the veronica, and thrives only in sheltered places.
If the gorse should fail the fuchsia might even take its place on the mountains.
It feeds in June and July on vine, fuchsia, dock, and probably other plants.
In fuchsia and Campanula a like change may occasionally be observed.
The fuchsia is readily propagated by cuttings of the young wood.
red color, 1923, from the ornamental shrub, which was named 1753 from the Latinized name of German botanist Leonhard Fuchs (1501-1566). Not related to Latin fucus "seaweed, sea wrack, tangle," which also gave its name to a red color prepared from it. Latin fucus is from or related to Greek phykos "seaweed," also "red paint, rouge."