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30.01.2016 - Elodie Daspersgruber

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SAY IT WITH FLOWER

AS SPRING APPROACHES, FLOWERS START TO FLOURISH AND SO BE IT IN OUR WARDROBE. FROM ROSES TO CHERRY BLOSSOMS TO CALLA LILIES, THE GARDENS ARE FULLY EMBELLISHED THIS SEASON.

Mary Katrantzou presented a beautiful collection with considerable flower prints and graphics. One that particularly caught our attention is the pink dress with roses on it and leaves represented with stripes. Very prairie-like, Erdem added printed flowers all over his delightful long sheer white dress. Marni is a bit more playful and used a floral pattern combining pink, purple and blue together. From head-to-toe, multicolour mini flowers and leaves fill Versace’s outfit, creating a powerful and warm visual. Elegant and feminine, Fendi printed beautiful abstract exotic flowers, also known as the bird of paradise, on a yellow-saffron mini dress.

Romance is in the air at Alexander McQueen, with a ruffled flourish dress, and a beautiful black and white sweater with romantic prints. While Chanel added a modern twist to the floral ensemble, with sheer fabric on one side and bloom pattern on the other side, J.W. Anderson went all out. No space for anything else than motifs at Louis Vuitton, this red pattern is in fact a repetition of red blossoms. With a similar idea, Saint Laurent reproduced the same flower over and over again using two colours. Floral seems to have always been a good solution when spring comes around and this year the selection is endless.

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© Mary Katrantzou, Erdem, Marni, Gucci, Lanvin, Versace, Fendi, Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen, Vionnet, Valentino, Marc Jacobs, Chanel, J.W. Anderson, Balenciaga, Louis Vuitton, Blumarine, Elie Saab, Saint Laurent, Acne Studios

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