Our favorite fashion blogger Vicky wore our ethnic print and rocked it well!
AN explosion of florals burst forth from the catwalks, as green-fingered designers cultivated a flower-strewn spring/summer.
“This season’s florals encompass the whole range from pastel pretty to techno sport and make an irresistable motif for spring,” says Alexandra Shulman, Vogue editor.
With girly hearts, frivolous stars and even childhood characters like Bambi, designers have certainly made a playful stamp on next season. The youthful trend was contrasted with transparency and patent leather at Burberry Porsum, a grunge charm at Yves Saint Laurent and midnight black at Givenchy.
From left to right: Saint Laurent, Burberry Prorsum and Givenchy
Also seen at: Hermès, Lanvin, Kenzo, Paul & Joe
This wool fabric excels in elegance next season and reinvents itself in various forms. Under the legendary influence of Coco Chanel, who feminized the typically masculine fabric, designers created looks in the carded, flexible material at Chanel, Haider Ackermann and Dolce & Gabbana.
From left to right: Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana and Haider Ackermann
Also seen at Lanvin, Emanuel Ungaro, Rag & Bone
Digital prints are a perfect example for when fashion and art combine. Bold and beautiful photographs are being seen on the runway, especially for Fall/Winter 2014. Shown here are digital prints at Mary Katrantzou, Manish Arora and Antonio Marras.