|60's daisy prints at Prada S/S'13|
There's no doubt in my mind that daisies, demure and delightful, are the new 'it' flower. Taking the spotlight at Prada S/S'13 with an Andy Warhol pop-art feel, you couldn't help but be blown away by their beautiful simplicity. Henry Holland merged the symbol of innocence into bold and brilliant splashes of tie-dye, proving the daisy to be anything but a wallflower. Elsewhere at London Fashion Week, Holly Fulton delivered a bubble-gum hued parade of floral embellishments and appliques, yet the daisy stood its ground as a symbol of primness amongst more riotous colours and prints.
|House of Holland S/S'13|
|Holly Fulton's Americana-inspired flower garden|
|Miranda teams studs with daisies for cowboy meets prairie princess|
|Rock chick + feminine + athletic (tomboy) + plush sunnies = |
Alexa's more complex take on the daisy