16th Jan 2015
We love the fact that New York’s runways for Autumn Winter 14/15 were completely in bloom with edgy twists on the usual Spring floral trend. Tanya Taylor’s collection featured dark, textured florals and monochrome trenches, while Peter Som’s was all about bright, brash and blurry floral designs. But it was Tia Cibiani’s collection that provided the most interesting twist on florals, using darker, almost tropical prints. We also adored Nonoo’s sweatshirt prints and vertical floral graphics.
Here we remember a few of our favourite looks, and show you where you can get your paws on them at a slightly more reasonable price, outside of New York’s fabulous catwalks.
Get the look: Tanya Taylor
Gardini Sheen Dress, €80 (was €275), French Connection
Black Crepe Floral Print Cropped Jacket, €80, River Island
Get the look: Peter Som
Floral Print Maxi Dress, €350, Karen Millen
Floral Blouse, €29.99 (was €59.99), Mango
Get the look: Tia Cibiani
Moire Meadow Luxe Dress, €71 (was €245), French Connection
Blue Floral Print Sheer Maxi Skirt, €12 (was €51), River Island
Get the look: Nonoo
Great Plains Gracie Garland Top, €16.64 (was €57.60), Atterley Road
Little Mistress Petite Floral Shift Dress, €19 (was €63), Lipsy
Which of these four designers’ take on florals is your favourite?
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