This Elena Miro capsule collection of artful prints will get you in the mood for spring
By WGSN Insider

Elena Miro celebrates its 30th anniversary with print-tastic collection inspired by the photography of Gian Paolo Barbieri. WGSN reports

Mar 22, 2016

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Spring is here, and now we’ve got a collection that really signifies spring. The latest capsule collection by Italian fashion brand Elena Miro is more than just clothes, it looks at the influence of art on fashion with stunning prints.

The fashion label teamed up with the leading photographer Gian Paolo Barbieri to transfer his floral images onto this show-stopping ‘Flori capsule collection.

To launch the collection, they worked with model of the moment Candice Huffine, who is a Instagram sensation and known for celebrating women being comfortable in their skin and embracing what makes them unique and beautiful.

The stunning floral images are inspired by three key flowers, Hibiscus, a Red Ginger Lily and a Cattleya. The fabrics were printed by Miroglio Textile to keep the quality of the imagery high and using digital water saving technology (great for eco fans, as it reduces water by 50% compared to traditional printing methods).

The photos were transferred onto caftans, tunics, bags and scarves, which are available now in Elena Miro stores and online.



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