Dior and Gucci all choose dried flowers and specimen flowers as important patterns. The focus is on not only flowers, but also combinations of branches and flowers. Designers employ dried flowers, plant specimen, flowers and abstract geometric tendrils, showing more possibilities.
Christian Dior draws inspiration from herbarium illustrations by Giovanni Battista Ferrari. Exquisite plants are surrounded by classical lettered straps, displaying the classical Medieval aesthetics. Plant herbarium can work well as positioning patterns on the chest of T-shirts and sweatshirts.
Herbs and flowing branches display the dynamic beauty. Long-stemmed flowers extend the vision, and small flowers grow along with the stem, ideal for hems of dresses and long outerwear.
Gucci and Dior combine big bright flowers with small flowers as the main part of patterns. Floral stems become abstract geometric shapes under flowers, adding a modern feel to retro flowers.
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