Nothing says spring like flowers, and for Christopher Kane’s Spring 2014 collection, he took this notion very literally. Kane’s blooms, however, are a far cry from your grandmother’s florals. Take this black ensemble, for instance. The oversized petal cutouts are more dystopian future-world than romantic bouquet—the perfect option for a rebel looking to subtly embrace the turning weather. Only Kane could strip the femininity from flowers and leave behind the perfect hint of sex appeal.
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