Flower Crowns Just Got A High Fashion Makeover

What do you do when you want to wear a flower crown but don't want to risk looking like the average boho-chic Coachella-goer? You call a milliner, of course. French model Constance Jablonski wore two flower crowns to events this week, and somehow managed to elevate the bohemian accessory from music-festival tacky to high-fashion headpiece thanks to milliner Gigi Burris.

Jablonski, at Vogue's CFDA Awards, wore a gold, handmade metallic butterfly wreath with gold lambskin leather, peacock flue, and twisted biot feathers, which basically sounds like a fairytale fantasy come to life. She looked every bit of an ethereal goddess with her hair in loose, golden waves and a black Peter Som strapless ensemble. But she didn't stop there.

The blonde model also stepped out for the WSJ Magazine 2014 Innovator Awards on Thursday wearing yet another flower crown — though this one was slightly edgier. The black alligator floral crown was made by the same milliner, and Jablonski contrasted it with a white Chanel gown. She looked positively fairy-like and proved that not only are hair accessories totally in, but they can be downright elegant and chic when done properly. I have a feeling her red-carpet looks are about to launch a whole boatload of DIY's.

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