Floral patterns adorn the fall-winter clothes 2020-2021
The flower trend has reappeared today, and for the autumn-winter season 2020-2021, the floral pattern was not lost on the groups, where fabrics of all kinds were covered, as if they were predicting a refreshing season despite its coldness. It was remarkable in the international fashion shows that three types of this pattern were used on the fabrics for this season.
The following are the most prominent carvings of roses according to Madam Net:
Large floral prints
The large flowers appeared on the fall / winter 2020-2021 fabrics and looked bold and striking. What made it more audacious was its color palette, which was never classic. Bright green flowers dotted the fabrics with a refreshing tropical twist in Dires Van Noten. She also appeared in varying sizes in the Zuhair Murad collection. However, the highlight was the voluminous, open flowers that adorned the delicate Carolina Herrera silk dresses. As for Richard Quinn's presentation, the drawings appeared in a three-dimensional manner that made the flowers look real and fragrant.
Soft floral prints
Flowers in their voluminous proportions weren't the only trends in the Fall / Winter 2020-2021 show. The soft and small flowers had a striking presence that reflected many of the feminine trends in the models' looks.
On Tory Burch, this trend came out with an innovative style. It was executed by the American artist, Francesca Dimatio, who was the source of the designer deity. The result is feminine and somewhat rustic patterns that adorn the narrow suits, dresses, and loose-fitting skirts.
In the Anna Sui show, the flowers were accompanied by strange bohemian notes, making the looks a bit mysterious, with many modern and spontaneous touches.
In the Balenciaga collection, the young designer Demna Gvasalia wanted to make some exceptions to his black collection for the French house, decorating some of the designs with delicate floral prints.
In Moschino's show, we saw ancient flowers strewn across the fabrics in striking harmony with the large silhouettes that dominated the show's atmosphere, inspired by the fashion and lifestyle of Queen Marie Antoinette.
As for Acne Studios, floral prints are inspired by the past, and embellished with embellished velvet jacquard fabrics.
The floral prints in the vintage style were not lost on many other shows such as Marni, Temperley London, Zimmermann ... and other shows that were keen to introduce a fresh trend into this cold season.