Carolina Herrera the creative director of Wes Gordan was inspired by the botanical phenomenon of the Californian super bloom, for the spring 2020 collection.

Like the wildflowers of The Golden State, the collection was made up of a hyper-saturated and pigment-rich color palette, including vibrant yellow, hot pink, brilliant orange and bold blue mix with prints
Sweeping gowns take a playful turn this season

With silks meticulously draped to imitate a budding rose, silhouettes were sculpted and tailored to resemble forms in nature.

Dramatically brief or extravagantly long hemlines felt fresh and new. Exquisite chiffons, silks and cottons are awash with embroideries of lily of the valley and roses, as well as black and white polka dots – the signature pattern of the house of Herrera.

Hemlines were dramatically short or extravagantly long, and felt fresh and new

Sweeping gowns that we’re sure to see our favourite celebrities wearing on the red carpet, this season took a playful turn in oversized flocking polka dots and handmade flowers symphonies. It’s feel good fashion that puts a smile on your face.

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