Metropolis: Flirt with florals

In the words of that infamous fictional fashion editor, florals for spring are hardly groundbreaking.

23rd February, 2014

In the words of that infamous fictional fashion editor, florals for spring are hardly groundbreaking. But whereas Miranda Priestly is fictional, there's no denying the reality that one of the major fashion stories of spring 2014 is this perennial favourite that refuses to disappear.

On the catwalk, a myriad of designers incorporated this look into their collections, including Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel and Alberto Ferretti. And before you dismiss it as being too girly, take note...

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