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These are not quite the traditional flower gardens we’ve seen in past collections. These prints have been modernized with edgy, geometric edges and the hand of a skilled painter. Some look as if they were graphed on a computer without losing their natural beauty.


Other prints are so beautiful that they resemble the skill of a Vincent Van Gogh painting. The combination of these two styles ensures that these aren’t any flower prints you have seen in past spring collections.

A gorgeous Dennis Basso gown in layers of watercolor would make the perfect dress for a 50’s party in the Hamptons.

Derek Lam shows off a bright mini with geometric flowers for an edgy spring look.

A mix of colors and floral patterns is an updated look from Thakoon.

BCBG adds a splash of floral print to a tight black dress.

A very skilled painter got his hands on this Vera Wang dress, printed in a lovely lavender flower design.

Flowers for Spring? How original (sarcasm implied). Yet, this time around, originality is actually apparent.

Images courtesy of the Fashion Spot forums.