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This Is How a London Designer Reinvented the Flower Crown

Flowers for spring? Divine.
This Is How a London Designer Reinvented the Flower Crown
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Flowers for spring? Divine.

Florals being a lowkey fashion faux-pas for spring is a concept slowly dissipating into nothing. It's the fashion cycle wheels turning on itself again, letting go of the brakes and zooming towards a blooming garden in the form of London Fashion Week, particularly the runways of Preen by Thornton Bregazzi.

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Inspired by the "witches" they lived with in Isle of Man, the London designer duo brought the whimsicalness of nature to their Spring 2017 show. The Thornton Bregazzi girls sashayed on the runways covered in flowers in unexpected places, serving a display of organic summers courtesy of makeup connoisseur Val Garland.

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Garland attached real, dried, and pressed flowers to the models' foreheads down to their necks and chests with eyelash glue (yes, eyelash glue!), while some of them had a lone flower right smack on their pucker. There was no eyeliner, lipstick, or any trace of makeup on the skin. And if you ask us, it looks like a glamorized Snapchat filter, or the new must-try music festival beauty look to bring out the summer child in you.

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