The Rundown

Flourishing Florals

No need to omit the flower from your power dressing when summer comes to a fall - the blossoming print easily lends itself to year-round wear. Be quick to select your autumn/winter bouquet and attain a floral symbiosis of your own.

Photography by Serge Leblon
Creative direction by Zoë Hordies
Styling by Christine Van Laer & Zoë Hordies
Models Lara @ IMM models | Valentine @ Ulla Models | Azuli @ Jill Models
Words by Martine Verhoeven 




Plant your seeds

 There’s nothing quite as easy to pair as a floral dress: from a high heel to a subtle sneaker or a knee-high riding boot - the flattering style truly allows for all kinds of dressing. When it comes to autumnal daywear, the latest choice of footwear might be the wisest, as its weatherproof assets work wonders. This autumn, a blossoming silhouette by Isabel Marant presents itself in a sophisticated bouquet of deep red and popping pink hues, framed by a dark background that complements the sturdy choice of footwear perfectly. When looking at Magda Butrym’s latest, there are quite some style-savvy silhouettes in full bloom. A striking orange and pink print uplifts a silk number, while the high-low hemline of the label’s ‘Gela’ dress echoes the print’s natural elegance. Flower prints may once have epitomised the wardrobe of wallflowers, but with a floral à la Magda Butrym or Isabel Marant, there is no pollen quite as posh.
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