The Best of Spring's Floral Fashion

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The Best of Spring's Floral Fashion

As the warmer season advances ever closer, we present some of our favourite floral pieces, as seen through the lens of Tim Elkaim

Silk printed top and skirt by Christopher Kane

The arrival of the new collections in stores signals a particularly joyous moment: the end of winter, and the shedding of the multifarious layers it necessitates. While the appearance of daffodils is a little way off, and we’re not ready to strip down to our shorts just yet, the S/S17 and resort collections offered a veritable bouquet of floral fashion that can inspire verdant joy on even the frostiest of winter mornings, serving as inspiration to leave the house and inspect them closer. As these pieces appear ready to purchase on the rails, here we examine some of our particular favourites, presented through the lens of Tim Elkaim: from a Christopher Kane silken two-piece, which will transform you into the literal embodiment of spring, to a Dior dress printed with galloping horses and abstracted blooms. Enjoy.

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Ribbed top by Petit Bateau, silk pleated skirt by Gucci
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Satin ruched dress and trousers by Isabel Marant, tights by Emilio Cavallini
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Ribbed t-shirt by Uniqlo, vintage trousers from Costume Studio
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Leather double 'Dinky' bag by Coach
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Silk embroidered gathered dress by Dior
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Leather embroidered cowboy boot by Vic Matie
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Silk drawstring skirt by Marni
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Printed shirt with ribbon and jeans by MSGM
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Bell-sleeved blouse and high-waisted trousers by Aniye By
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Silk shirt by Chloë, canvas trousers by Isabel Marant
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Ribbed t-shirt by Uniqlo, vintage trousers from Contemporary Wardrobe
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Wool trousers by Ralph Lauren Collection, printed boots from Contemporary Wardrobe

Photographic assistant Anthony Seklaoui; Styling assistant Diego Diez; Retouching D-factory; Production The Collective Shift; Special thanks to Studio Zéro