Floral patterns have been a recurring theme in the fashion industry for a few seasons now and the Fashionising Bloom online editorial shows the world why. There is a beauty in flowers that cannot be matched, from the vibrant colors to refreshing scents, and fashion designers simply want to bring a bit of their magic to people's daily lives.
Shot by fashion photographer Giang Cao, the Fashionising Bloom online editorial features a simple juxtaposition between actual flowers and the fashion pieces they inspired. Cloud-like clusters of French Hydrangea and spindly red brushes of Australian Mountain Waratah make an appearance next to outfits from such fashion houses as Incu and Domain Flowers.
The one downside of the Fashionising Bloom online editorial is that it will have people desperately wishing for spring to come.
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The Fashionising Bloom Editorial Encourages a Spring-Like Vibe
- By: Meghan YoungDec 24, 2011