In 2015, Harry Styles made waves when he showed up to the AMAs in a floral Gucci suit, complete with flared pants. And while he briefly retired what's been called his "grandma's couch" look for black tuxes to play the part of a professional actor on his red carpet tour for Dunkirk, Styles, who just finished his first-ever world tour as a solo artist, has now fully bloomed, as evidenced by his nonstop on-stage selection of floral Gucci suits that the brand's creative director, Alessandro Michele, designed for him personally.
It's not just those who have Michele literally up their sleeve, though, who are now jumping in on the trend of transitioning florals from their all too storied usual season of spring. So far this fall, Nicole Kidman, Priyanka Chopra, and St. Vincent have all been dressing up in flashy floral prints, whose label range from Gucci, of course, to Adam Selman and Michael Kors.
Many have kept it simple with an often floor-length floral dress, which is busy enough to make any additional accessories unnecessary. In fact, many have opted for one such design, by Altuzarra, in particular: a yellow and blue shirt-dress that Rosamund Pike wore to the BFI London Film Festival earlier this week, after Veronika Heilbrunner and more street style stars brought it to practically every Fashion Week this season, including all the way to Kiev.
Some, like St. Vincent and Kristen Stewart, have made like Styles and interpreted the trend through suits, though they've certainly taken some liberties, as Stewart's recent orange Antonio Berardi ensemble was missing its shoulders, and St. Vincent's Selman jacket was more like a sheer trench. Kirsten Dunst's take, however, is hopefully the most trend-setting of them all: She wore a silky two-piece ensemble this week to the launch of Erdem and H&M that managed to hit the trend mark—never mind that it was essentially a pair of pajamas.
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