Sorry, But These Florals For Spring ARE Groundbreaking


Now that Fashion Month is in full swing, we've been introduced to a slew of wild, out-there beauty trends. For starters, we all collectively swooned over Pat McGrath’s "lip jewelry" at DKNY. And of course, we couldn't get enough of the rad ear makeup at Proenza Schouler. But no beauty look — no matter how cool — could have prepared us for the amazingness that is facial flowers.

You heard that right: Designers are now taking the beauty of spring florals quite literally, opting to dress fashion models' faces (and necks!) with freshly grown, delicately placed petals. (No faux flowers made of fabric here.) At the forefront of the trend? Rosie Assoulin at NYFW and Preen by Thornton Bregazzi during London Fashion Week — both ahead.

And while wearing the trend in your everyday life may be wildly impractical, as the saying goes: Why not stop and smell the roses?

Makeup artist Val Garland, working for MAC, pressed real flower petals onto models' faces and necks at Rosie Assoulin during New York Fashion Week. Seen here: A gorgeous bouquet of yellow and pink.

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The new power pout takes a more delicate form. Models wore floral lip adornments at the Preen by Thornton Bregazzi show during London Fashion Week.

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Also seen at Preen by Thornton Bregazzi: Face-framing buds that matched the show's colorful ensembles.

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If rocking a full-blown garden party on your face isn't quite your speed, simply pare it down with a select few petals to complement a glossy, coral lip.

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As if they had just run through a forest, some models also donned leaves, dried field flowers, and ferns.

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