Trend Report: Digital designs
Energize your warm weather wardrobe by jumping into a whirlwind of colors and a jumble of patterns. Designers such as Mary Katrantzou and Mara Hoffman have embraced Photoshop and other digital manipulating tools to rework images and patterns, creating otherworldly intricate prints. Whether you go all in with a printed dress or opt for a small dose mimicked on a sandal, these dazzling kaleidoscopic designs turn up the heat.
Design house Emilio Pucci is known for its signature splashy prints, which adorn the packaging of its Vivara Variazioni fragrance collection. One eau de toilette from the line, Pucci's Sole 149, features the distinctive aroma of tomato leaves, galbanum, jasmine and other botanicals. $59 at www.sephora.com.
These Dalila flat espadrille sandals by Paloma Barceló show that even espadrilles, a longtime warm weather staple, can be freshened up. $195 at www.net-a-porter.com.
Karen Millen's kaleidoscope print T-shirt hits upon two spring trends with its sheer georgette yoke and an ethereal print that echoes womanly curves. $99 at www.karenmillen.com.
For their spring collection, design duo Bruno Basso and Christopher Brooke took inspiration from the artwork of Jeff Koons to create these eye-popping Basso & Brooke printed jersey leggings. $309.60 at www.luisaviaroma.com.
Don't be fooled by the intricate pattern on this printed jersey cape dress from Belle Sauvage. The simple silhouette makes it ultra wearable; pair it with a blazer for a day at the office or caged platform heels for an evening out. $230 at www.pixiemarket.com