Floral patterns are making waves once again. We feature a few designers whose love for the floral motif stands out in their SS 2014 collections.
The Canadian designer has given his most loved flowers a modern twist and played with the school girl-inspired theme. His love for androgyny and layering along with transparency in style have made him one of the top international names in design. Considering he is her favourite style guru, new mom Kate Middleton is sure to pick up a cool lace number from his almost gothic interpretations. Light, monochromatic and sheer, Erdem’s designs are clearly on the enlightened fashionsita’s hotlist.
Kane’s collection pays homage to flowers and their anatomy in this collection with his vividly diagrammed floral motifs and iridescent dresses that appear almost cardboard-y in terms of texture. He displayed his mastery over structure as he played with cut outs and minty green hues. This Central Saint Martins graduate is all set to take London by storm with his new store that opens soon.
Michael Kors’ Spring 2014 collection exudes a simplistic romanticism in creation, with a line that showcases designs that are truly timeless in nature. Neither cloy nor kitsch, the designer’s linen pencil skirts, mohair cardigans, billowing trousers and 40s-inspired floral frocks are perfectly complemented by his choice of accessories and belts.