Runway Flash – Flower Water

Florals, synonymous with Spring, must somehow be refreshed for each year. This season, that newness comes from lovely watercolor techniques, often seemingly splashed on …


Y3 by Yamamoto; Zac Posen; Lela Rose

Florals, synonymous with Spring, must somehow be refreshed for each year. This season, that newness comes from lovely watercolor techniques, often seemingly splashed on with a giant brush. Colors range from hyacinth blues to peony pinks, and placements at shoulder or hemline emphasize the spontaneous, hand-painted approach. – Sharon Graubard


Runway Flash – Flower Water
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