Dark, Romantic Florals For Spring Are, In Fact, Groundbreaking
Photographs by Benjamin Vnuk, Styled by Lindsey Frugier; Hair by Blake Erik for Oribe Hair care at Jed Root; makeup by Junko Kioka for Chanel at Joe Management; Model: Estella Boersma at DNA Model management; Manicure by Elisa Ferri for Chanel at See Management; Set Design by Mila Taylor-Young at D+V Management; Digital Technician: Jonathan Nesteruk; Photography Assistant: Sam Evans-Butler; fashion Assistant: Callie Turner
As temperatures rise, spring fashion begins to bloom–often, quite literally. This season, however, skip the traditional, pastel-hued floral prints in favor of something a bit more moody and altogether chicer. For spring, many designers turned their attention to dark, romantic blossoming prints set against a black backdrop. Michael Kors offered a retro take on the classic bikini in one of his equally retro prints, while Simone Rocha made a cap-sleeve dress edgy with oversized daisies. Accessories are, as always, an easy way to incorporate the trend into your wardrobe. Take, for example, Roger Vivier’s block-heel sandal or Beladora’s statement dangle earrings. For more of the best ways to get floral this season, click through.