From all-out bucolic brights to more subtle botanical nuances, whether tropical, Mediterranean, floribunda, '70s kitsch, abstract or even monochrome, anything goes with this season’s florals. Not just reserved for clothing, blooms emblazon shoes, bags and jewellery too, giving endless top-to-toe options.
Toughening up the tropics, Valentino delivers the ultimate trophy take on the bomber jacket silhouette. Adding just a pop of colour with the intarsia blooms and botanical leaves set off against the jet black of the jacket, it's a strong investment piece to weather the seasons.
Count on Roksanda to take florals to new heights in her pretty patchwork petal palette maxi dress with v-neck and zip detail.
Looking to the sleeves for a more subtle floral element, in blue and red contrasting broderie anglaise-detailing against light pink poplin, this Peter Pilotto top is a delicate take on the trend.
For floral accessories, Valentino’s Rockstud Lock embroidered shoulder bag with its ornate beaded bouquet in pinks, reds and blue are given a signature Valentino twist with the Rockstud centre hardware and a double chain strap.
Ultra-feminine florals come courtesy of Johanna Ortiz and this ruffled, plunge-neck bodysuit with poppy red flowers set to contrast against gentle greenery.
It’s all in the details this season and that goes double for denim too. Add floral embellishment to boyfriend jeans a la Alexander McQueen to put a fresh take on the trend.