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Floral Prints Are Blooming This Season

Floral Prints Are Blooming This Season

Just like nature, bouquets of floral prints popped up at the fashion weeks this Spring and Summer. From party dresses to ruffle boho maxi dresses, floral prints have made their mark.

Alexander McQueen, Zimmermann, Jasper Conran,Tory Burch, Libertine, Luisa Beccaria, Altuzarra, Chloé, Balenciaga, and Anna Sui are just a few that are using formica prints and floral prints as fashion inspiration this season. Florals are one of the biggest trends this year. Currently, fashion without prints will just not be enough. A touch of Italy with sorbet colors and pastel shades. Dolce & Gabbana started the floral print trend some time ago and have been a frontrunner for the peak of this prints this year.

The floral prints are not just floral prints, they remind the wearer of old paintings from major artists such as Monet. This year is about incorporating floral canvas artwork into clothing, shoes and accessories. Designers have rapidly become obsessed with floral artwork. So much so that they have covered their models in tons of flower fabrics. Different prints can be worn mixed together or with other prints like stripes as well. There is no limit when it comes to these combinations.

Carolina Herrera showed her affection for brocade floral prints in a range of high-falutin evening gowns. Jason Wu also showed his artistic and abstract version of floral prints. Michael Kors and Tory Burch have effortlessly contributed to this trend as well. A series of daywear dresses, crop tops, swimwear pieces in aquatic blue shades and avocado green flowers. Other samples of canvas flower prints can be spotted in current fashion of Rag&Bone, Rosie Assoulin, Simone Rocha, Philosophy, Giambattista Valli or Fendi
By Miriam