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Lela Rose did what Lela Rose does best for her spring 2015 collection. She’s the master of the feminine dress and this season she took us once again into her beautiful imagination, this time being inspired by the floral designs and angles of vintage Japanese kimonos.

Not one to shy from experimental fabrics and silhouettes, she played again this season with interesting bias cuts and modern shapes nodding to the kimono shape. Standout looks included the last look with organza with gold brush strokes, as well as sheer/opaque black and white fabrics, and what seems to be a major trend of next spring, the off the shoulder top.

Once again Lela’s signature romanticism of the modern woman wowed and the line will sure to be attending many garden parties this spring.

To keep up with Lela Rose and her spring collection follow @lela_rose or go to lelarose.com.