There is nothing surprising about florals coming back every Spring (and sometimes, even sticking around for Fall). But this season, designers are reinterpreting the timeless trend in new, fresh ways that will make you fall in love with the print all over again.


The dark side

Soft pinks usually come to mind when it comes to floral, but we love the idea of a floral print on a black background, for a modern, edgy effect. Antonio Marras went for a delicate blue print, while Dries Van Noten and Balenciaga opted for bright, punchy flowers.

florals1Antonio Marras, Dries Van Noten, Balenciaga

Fleur Bleue

Blues were everywhere on the runway, making the print reminiscent of a young princess’ wardrobe; the shade brings some kind of masculine side to this ultra-feminine print.

florals3Delpozo, Sonia Rykiel, Lucia Beccaria

Flowers à go-go

Who wants to be a Mad Men girl? Florals took a sixties twist at Miu Miu, Balenciaga (whom played with 2017’s new Pantone color) and Prada, making the print surprisingly modern and fun.

florals2Miu Miu, Balenciaga, Prada

Mellow Yellow

Yellow is one of the season’s hottest colors, and it found its way into some of the most talked-about collections. While Bottega Veneta and Gucci played with a romantic vibe, Marni’s print felt artsy and youthful.

florals4Bottega Veneta, Gucci, Marni

Floral art

Graffitis, pops of neon, appliqués… Designers had fun with florals!

For TouristsChristopher Kane, Jason Wu, Peter Pilotto