On cover:
On Nathalia:
Halter mullet dress, Eric de los Santos; pumps, model’s own
On Amra:
Scarf-print halter dress, Eric de los Santos; shoes, stylist’s own

A perennial favorite, fresh florals continue to blossom under the sunny skies. Petal power is not just for the countryside, but also adds lush femininity to the urban jungle.


Mix and marry different trends in one ensemble. Delicate blooms with fringe and Asian-inspired details take your style to new heights

On Nathalia: High-collar embroidered lace dress, Joel Escober
On Amra: Bodycon dress with cut-out and fringe sleeves, Joel Escober


Naturally refined
Floral details in pastel hues are flirty and very much on-trend, albeit in a more subtle way
On Nathalia: Hand-painted A-line dress, Rhett Eala

Blue belle
Graphic prints in the same color scheme—the easiest way to pair patterns and wear the trend from head to toe
On Amra: Hand-painted column dress, Rhett Eala; strappy sandals, stylist’s own


More floral pieces inside Asian Dragon Magazine’s May-June 2015 issue.

[Photographs: Ejay Leung]

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