Roses take the runways by storm thanks to Prada, Erdem and others

Unlike country singer Lynn Anderson, luxury brands like MSGM and Dolce & Gabbana ‘promise you a rose garden’ in their latest collections.
Roses take the runways by storm thanks to Prada, Erdem and others

The romantic flower captures the imagination of these designers for Fall/Winter 2019 and you can find them on dresses, skirts and blouses. Here’s how to wear the trend:

Going retro
This mini dress by Reformation is crafted with fabric that is woven from man-made wood pulp fibres. Detailed with vintage-style roses, the dress has retro puffed sleeves and ruffled cuffs. Rs.26,520 approximately

Feeling strange
Inspired by the wallpaper of Stranger Things’ Joyce Byers, this green jacquard dress by MSGM is made in Italy. It has an A-line silhouette with a feminine ruffled hem panel that dips at the back. Large bows at the back complete the look. Rs.43,655 approximately

Brush strokes
Australian brand Ephemera presents this linen canvas skirt with a watercolour-effect floral print. It boasts a high waist with a vent at the back for easy movement. Rs.21,640 approximately 

Silk route
Prada references Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein in this silk sateen gown that is both printed and embellished with roses. The skirt, which is fully pleated, comes with pockets. Rs.3,65,465 approximately

Bow wonder
Dolce & Gabbana’s pussy bow blouse is made from whisper-weight organza. It is designed with balloon sleeves and features pale pink roses. Rs.62,020 approximately

Black mark
Ann Demeulemeester crafts this black jacket from cotton-blend rose-patterned jacquard panels. The off-kilter cut gives it a slightly laid-back vibe, while the burnt orange flowers add vintage appeal. Rs.1,13,545 approximately

Cape walk
The Constantine silk chiffon dress from Erdem is equal parts romantic and edgy. The cape gives it a Gothic feel, while the ruffles and pink florals are a nod to the ’60s. Rs.1,55,690 approximately

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