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Bucolic flowers vs jungle prints, an antidote to the gloom!

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In a dark period dominated by a global health crisis, immerse yourself in a bath of colourful and feel good prints! with the arrival of spring and summer, know that prints will spread strongly through our summer wardrobe. bucolic flowers and exotic patterns will brighten up our clothes. a return to nature and an ecological awareness is expressed in all the collections. the arrival of spring once again creates an abundance of floral patterns. for the summer of 2020, they are large and in pop colours for a seventies look at fendi. flowers and nature are also at the heart of maria grazia chiuri’s creative process for dior. treated with delicacy and embroidered on rustic dresses or gardening clothes, or transposed as an herbarium on linen outfits, or with a rawer treatment on raffia. the rustic flowers are prominent in dries van noten’s collection and dare to be mixed with animal prints or stripes. the colourful and bright bouquets are noticeable as well.at marni, flowers consume the clothes with their colours and volumes, hand painted on apron or loose dresses, serving as a new canvas for artistic works. another atmosphere is given with louis vuitton, with reinvented colourful flowers on minidresses and orchids and brambles in saturated colours.with alexander mcqueen, flowers are also shown in xxl sizes, all over summer dresses or trouser suits with sleeves cut like petals. redrawn and embroidered flowers decorate the material for a romantic and delicate silhouette. at givenchy, flowers on a colourful background give pep to the tops or adorn in 3d the long and revealing summer dresses. missoni presents freshly cut flowers that we find on rustic seventies style dresses. another essential pattern seen on the catwalks and which perfectly symbolises the return of the beautiful days are exotic and tropical prints. jennifer lopez was the most beautiful image at versace, with an ultra-sexy sparkling dress that caused a sensation. music - chunky monkey by shtriker big band artlist