Tadashi Shoji invited fashion lovers to a lively garden party where his cloths were inspired by a variety of flowers but particularly the tulip. Luckily not all the garments were literal replications of the tulip. Tadashi used the color gradation of the flower to punctuate his deigns and accentuate the natural beauty of his flowing fabrics. The runway was filled with umbrae painted dresses and pretty tiered ruffle gowns.
Standout trend: Dresses that have he structure of having been just pollinated
How to get the look: After your hair is dry, use a comb to create a side part. Pin the front of your hair back while leaving the rest to flow free.
Who makes it work: An effortless beauty at a summer cocktail party or more formal garden party affair.