Lingerie collections Spring-Summer 2015 are biased flower with a multitude of choices in materials and patterns that will appeal to each one
Fashion shows Spring / Summer 2015 was the opportunity to confirm this avalanche of flowers.
Viktor & Rolf made this year a haute couture fashion show with dresses, extravagant and impressive flowers ... are a feast for the eyes. One can also see the flower power at Michael Kors, Erden, Valentino, House of Holland ...
Floral prints are available on midi skirts and mini dresses trapezoids in a very sixties style.
It takes place this year a comeback flowers on the podium but these designers are not the first to call on the floral motif.
The flowers come in the Western locker room from the late Middle Ages. Velvet and embroidered silks immortalizing these flowers come from the Far East. In the UK, chintz, lightweight cotton fabric printed with flowers and arabesques, is extremely popular in the seventeenth century.
The British quickly loved the floral, very active in the London department store Liberty at the turn of the twentieth century.
Flowers are undoubtedly become the universal language of fashion. Even Gabrielle Chanel, known for its taste yet minimalism and total black look, fell for the floral motif when in 1912, Boy Capel offered a bouquet of camellias. She did so this flower its unofficial logo, and use it to decorate jewelry, bags and hats throughout his career.
As for Christian Dior, it is inspired by all flowers with her Corolle line for his first collection in 1947. The fashion flowers and flowers in fashion is a history that goes way back. The flowers are associated with femininity, it is a delicacy symbol, and appearance of a flower and a woman have more than one common point.
The floral design is a cool trend that may appeal to each of us. A multitude of flowers, sunflowers, poppies, lilies, roses, orchids ... and motifs, flowers XXL, liberty, brighten up your summer lingerie.
In addition to the floral motif there is also embroidered flowers on many sailing models, smooth and subtle.