Spring fashion is more flourishing than ever. 3D flowers have become the clear trend of the season and are already adorning the most popular dresses of spring, both in shop windows and on red carpets.
From Charlotte Casiraghi to Kendall Jenner. All the celebrities of the moment are prostrated before this new obsession of the season that pervades everything from luxury dresses to accessories and party shoes. A dose of optimism that evokes nature and its riches and that finds its best ally in fashion.
3D flowers, from large hydrangeas to roses and of course anthurium -the most used this season-, are sewn into halter-necked evening dresses, as Kendall Jenner shows in an image on her Instagram, and also adorn tops and sandals from summer, as evidenced on the Loewe Jonathan Anderson catwalk.
With a lot of volume and in all kinds of fabrics, this detail turns a design or outfit into fantasy, thanks to its hyper-realistic essence.
Aware of the success of this ornament, celebrities have decided to take it from the catwalks to the red carpet. Carlota Casiraghi has shown it this week by wearing a design full of 3D flowers made with sequins and Marie-Chantal Miller and her daughter Olimpia, opted for a tulle design full of this same ornament to attend the Achileas graduation.
From the red carpet to the streets
Like all the viral trends sentenced by the catwalks and the preludes to the awards, the one with 3D flowers has not taken long to also reach the shop windows of urban fashion. Thus, Mango has positioned itself as the great defender of 3D flowers in its latest party and streetstyle collection, adding them to bags, necklaces, dresses and bodies.
Mango has been joined by the low-cost queen Zara, who advances that this trend will continue in July and August by including it in dresses of all kinds for hot summer days.