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Spring 2015 Runway Trends: Flower Child

Spring 2015 Runway Trends: Flower Child via Aaryn West

With all of the psychedelic flower power found blooming in the Spring ’15 runway shows, we had to wonder just how many designers were drinking from the same well of acid-laced Kool-Aid? (Um.. and where can we get some?!) This may just be the trend we are most excited to see emerging from the newest shows. With dizzying and playful motifs, and colors that nearly surpass louder-than-life status, these vintage florals are sure to be the life of the Spring print party.

Kate Spade New York, Jeremy Scott, House of Holland all via Style.com
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Posted by:  aaryn
In:  Trends
11 Dec 2014

Resort 2015 Runway Trends: Daisies

Resort '15 Print Trends: Daisies via Aaryn West

Today we present an extremely relatable trend seen everywhere from retail to the runway: daisies. Whether photographic, painted, digitally warped or presented atop an abstract texture, designers are finding fresh ways to serve up this classic vintage flower. For more examples of how runway designers are interpreting this trend, be sure to check out resort collections from Alice + Olivia and Nina Ricci in addition to the designers shown here.

Issa, Sonia by Sonia Rykiel, Carolina Herrera all via Style.com
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Posted by:  aaryn
In:  Trends
27 Aug 2014

Resort 2015 Runway Trends: Fractured Floral

Resort '15 Print Trends: Fractured Florals via Aaryn West

Floral prints are generally an important trend every season, they essentially never go away. The difference will be in how they are presented; what form they take on. With distressed textures being so relevant right now it’s only natural that one approach to take when creating your Resort ’15 floral collection is to give it the same distorted, scratchy feel. You may want to start out with a photographic or traditional botanical floral design, that way once you have applied your distress technique it will still be evident that there’s a floral design hidden underneath.

Nonoo, Pamella Roland, Erdem all via Style.com
Background print © Aaryn West

Posted by:  aaryn
In:  Trends
25 Aug 2014