Why fashion’s floral trend shows no sign of fading away
‘Florals. For Spring? Groundbreaking,” said the ice queen fashion magazine editor in that oft-referenced scene in The Devil Wears Prada, and yet florals seem to have increasingly become transeasonal or multi-seasonal in fashion.
Is it due to the apparent blending of the seasons - thanks to climate change - or is it that designers are increasingly aware of the beauty and fragility of nature and the need to celebrate it whatever the time...
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