It would not be the same without them, because at one glance they put you in a good mood. And as soon as you wear them, they are suddenly able to catapult you from the greyness of winter to the colours of spring. We are talking about floral dresses that, this season more than ever, invaded the catwalks to add to each collection not only that sense of awakening from the torpor of winter, but also a touch of timeless romantic allure. Pastel and vibrant colours became beautiful petals in various shapes, making vintage inspired dresses unique and bringing back nineteenth and twentieth century styles, renewed and revisited thanks to the creative skills of the coolest designers.
Erdem takes inspiration from nineteenth century women to bring to the catwalk calf and ankle length, retro patterned dresses in innovative finishes and original textures. Satin shines, pleats are geometric and velvet bows are asymmetrically placed on arms and shoulders.
On the other hand, vintage upholstery floral fabrics capture the attention of the Brock Collection Maison. Ruffled hem bustier dresses and puff sleeves opt for pastel colours and a discreet sensuality, and are surprisingly paired with contrasting print shoes.
A decidedly sixties mood then for the Baum und Pferdgarten brand, with a floral pattern halfway between Van Gogh and psychedelia on flared mini dresses with plunging necklines, combined with urban accessories.
Finally, Zimmermann completely transforms liberty floral prints thanks to well-though cut-out details, appliqué enriched profiles and an absolutely sexy silhouette.