The future of wreaths
Do you remember the boom of the wreaths a few years ago? I do, and I’m sure my mother too, since the good woman helped me turn a Primark headband into a crown (when I say “it helped me” I mean that I gave her the idea and she, who sews better than a surgeon, he carried it out).
Fashion can not stop reinventing itself (thank God) and in the last fashion show of Rodarte we have seen what will be the evolution of the add-on that brought fashion bloggers from all over the world headlong.
The sisters behind the signing, Kate and Laura Mulleavy , have presented a romantic collection at the Haute Couture Week in Paris . “But Rodarte did not show up at the New York Fashion Week?” You will say. “Yes, yes, it sounds to me that you dressed Michelle Obama” you will remember others. You are all right.
However, parading in the French city allows them to delve into a series of more artistic trends without being so limited by a week of fashion that did not allow them to be so creative, said the sisters.
In addition to debuting with a collection that will surely cause a stir among those who have weddings next year, have brought back one of the quintessential accessories of spring. The new version of the floral crown is totally removed from what we bought in those days, those giant floripondios that would have made Frida Kahlo go crazy.
Tiny white flowers form the most minimalist version of the complement. It is not as shocking as the previous trend but it seems the perfect option to give a poetic touch to our future spring styles .