London is mad for wallpaper prints. Mother of Pearl creative director Amy Powney looked to Pre-Raphaelites and William Morris florals for her collection, which mixed rich prints with sporty shapes.

Roses, tulips, daisies and vines grew over clean-cut separates and dresses. The best looks included a silk shirt tucked into a sheer organza skirt — so you could see through to the shirttails — that was embroidered with stylized wheat.

A sweatshirt printed with cherubs and unicorns featured the work of embroidery artist Richard Saja, who used neon thread to detail the mythical creatures.

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