Culture. Style. Taste.


Culture. Style. Taste.

Spring into Bloom

Craft Work

Spring and prints go together as well as…well, spring and prints. For SS19, blooms and blossoms flourished over the catwalks in all possible guises: ranging from surfer-girl sport prints to delicate tapestry-inspired brocades. Put simply, there’s a floral for everyone. Another sartorial take away is that prints should be worn all-over, clashed merrily and madly with little concern for what goes with what. Rules no longer apply. Colorful appliques were also all the rage and appeared from head to toes. So regardless of how you will put this together, behold spring-tastic choices all available at the South Florida’s favorite shopping mall.

Silk pink/orange print dress, Fendi


Flowers of all kinds proved another big hit with designers in Paris. From brash to delicate, there’s a bloom to suit every taste.

Jumpsuit available at Louis Vuitton

CH in Bloom set available at CH Carolina Herrera

Sandale du Desert sandal by Christian Louboutin available at Nordstrom

Scarf print dress, Tory Burch
Alligator handbag, Gucci


Along with florals print has emerged as one of next season’s biggest trends. Anything goes with this one. Think: logos, digital graphics, kaleidoscopic, and kitschy.

Unicorn and Monogram print silk shirt at Burberry

Michele silk jersey jumpsuit at DVF

Print Handkerchief Hem Dress by Oscar de le Renta available at Nordstrom

After Party slingback pump by Maison Margiela available at Nordstrom

Multi-material heels, Fendi


There will be no getting away from folky vibes this spring: from patchworked Seventies-era finishes to macramé appliqué, a crafty theme swept through the collections. There’s nothing homespun about this trend, though: artisanal handiwork has gone high-end.

Ace Appliqué Low-Top sneakers at Gucci

Chelsea applique convertible shoulder bag at Tory Burch

Eden Earrings, Main by Ranjana Khan available at Nordstrom

Embroidered tulle dress at Red Valentino

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