The classic summer floral takes a dark turn for Spring/Summer 17. Ethereal blooms cascading down dark, shadowy backgrounds were seen on the latest catwalk shows from Isabel Marant, Carven and Paule Ka at Paris Fashion Week.
Work this SS17 trend now with our Midnight Floral edit.
From embellished midnight blue at Mulberry to electric hues at Paule Ka and Max Mara a range of blue tones were seen across the SS17 catwalk.
Try the trend with beautiful blue pieces from our current collection.
Alice Archer combined embroidery with print and beadwork to add texture to her garments, Antonio Marras set delicate floral details against contrasting colours and fabrics whilst Alexander McQueen showcased black intricate embroidery on sheer fabric.
Be ahead in the fashion game and work this SS17 catwalk style with our new arrivals.
Heritage dressing continued to dominate the SS17 catwalk, with check being the fabric pattern of choice. For a fresh take on the trend traditional tweeds and checks have been placed on modern silhouettes as seen at Alexander McQueen, Mulberry, and Antonio Marras.
Try the upcoming trend with our Asteroid tailoring.
Simone Rocha and Chloe kept their floral cut outs feminine with light floaty fabrics. Self-portrait layered black cut out lace over pinstripes for a more structured look.
For a fashion forward look you can work this SS17 trend with our Planet collection.