Tanya Taylor is known for her vibrant colorful prints, but for spring, she spoke about wanting to tone down the story — perhaps for the sake of newness and variety — and she did, to an extent. First, she referenced the Netherlands’ Keukenhof gardens for her graphic take on florals: When seen from afar, the rows and rows of flowers look like multicolored stripes. Taylor rendered this linear print most memorably on a layered dress with an asymmetric hem that wrapped at the front. Elsewhere, she interpreted the tulip — Holland’s most iconic flower — more figuratively via a cutout motif in white for a graphic effect. There was also a more casual vibe with drawstring pants paired with flirtatious tops and great floral slinky dresses in playful cuts.

By  on September 13, 2017

Tanya Taylor is known for her vibrant colorful prints, but for spring, she spoke about wanting to tone down the story — perhaps for the sake of newness and variety — and she did, to an extent. First, she referenced the Netherlands' Keukenhof gardens for her graphic take on florals: When seen from afar, the rows and rows of flowers look like multicolored stripes. Taylor rendered this linear print most memorably on a layered dress with an asymmetric hem that wrapped at the front. Elsewhere, she interpreted the tulip — Holland's most iconic flower — more figuratively via a cutout motif in white for a graphic effect. There was also a more casual vibe with drawstring pants paired with flirtatious tops and great floral slinky dresses in playful cuts.

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