Spring 15 Breaking Trends: Big Flowers

In Breaking Trends, What's New by Lauren Parker

FlowersNew York Fashion Week–Flowers might be a spring perennial, but they bloom in new and different ways each year. For Spring 15, designers are interpreting them in bold ways, from singular graphic prints to large repeating blooms to carved wood and sculptured leather accessories. Above from left: Bibhu Mohapatra, Carolina Herrera, Kate Spade. Below from left: Michael Kors, Josie Natori, Michael Kors.


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