Hibiscus and tropical prints that come from the distant lands of the tropics.
Legendary French painters like Henri Rousseau and Gaugain moved to the remote lands of Polynesia to attempt to capture its unique vegetation and a palette full of mystery. Thus, hibiscus, the flower is typical of tropical and subtropical palms and lush forests reached our old Europe, captivating and inviting us to dream of idyllic places.
This season, fashion is trying to use the same resources on tunic dresses, colorful hard plastic bracelets mare and essential items, such as the wonderful beach towels for the proposed Hermès.
So how designers interpret this trend as a gateway? Frida Giannini Baptizes Exotica as a collection that serves as a flower power prints processed until cool shapes. Diane Von Furstenberg brings his touch reminiscent hippie seventies to its vapor lines, while Stella McCartney opts for swimwear garments in black and white. Carlos Miele adopts new long kaleidoscope prints using a personal image that blend of virgin forests with the turquoise of the South Seas.
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Virgin forests, exotic flowers and jungles to explore new proposals populate summer. Marni is identified with this style betting colorful hard plastic collars
Bring the tropical vegetation to the wrist with this bracelet Marni
Detail of the rear side of the bracelet ethnic floral implementation of Marni
Marni combines tropical bracelets with a dress that shows a geometric embossing a diamond
Marni us about the distant land of the flower power Polynesia reasons for adopting the asphalt
The French painter Henri Rousseau acknowledged find their inspiration in the lush plants from distant lands of the tropics
"Exotica" is the name Frida Giannini chose to capture the spirit of their new summer collection for Gucci
Gucci takes sexy bikinis in tropical prints color fluoride. Takes note with loop fastener
Gucci takes flowers coast of Hawaii as a point of inspiration for psychedelic prints that rely on the geometry
Bird's eye view of the island of Bora Bora (Polynesia). Painters such as Gauguin found his manner of speech, portraying the beauty of these islands and lush vegetation today applied to fashion
Detail of one of the soft bags hand stamped with "jungle fever" by Stella McCartney
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The hibiscus is the flower for antomasia the tropics and subtropics. Is present in most of the options that characterizes this fashion trend
Diane Von Furstenberg adds a touch of seventies hippie floral trend that emerges from the primeval forests
The palms of Hawaii travel bags in black and white of the proposal for Diane Von Furstenberg spring / summer 2009
The prints are trying to capture the tropical greenery and the mystery of the deep jungles of the Amazon
Alexander McQueen was inspired by the colorful birds flying over the treetops of the Amazon
Diane Von Furstenberg opted for green jungle animal along with a printed black and white