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Paul Smith showed sophisticated style in this SS17 collection at London Fashion Week. Patternbank loved his use of bold abstract flowers and a sweet daisy that looked like a polka dot from afar. Another highlight was the sophisticated linear florals with unusual colour combinations inspired by Gustav Klimt.

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Paul Smith photos via Vogue.com

Watch out for our Spring/Summer 2017 Catwalk Print Trend Report to inspire you in all your new seasonal developments. This will include print trends seen through-out New York, London, Milan & Paris Fashion weeks

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Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos, the talented duo behind Peter Pilotto have travelled to Peru and Columbia to find the inspiration for this SS17 collection. Exploring museums, looking at folk textiles, their clothes are brought to life with abstract flower prints and bejewelled flower patches, a collaboration with the contemporary New Zealand artist Francis Upritchard.

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Peter Pilotto photos via Vogue.com

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Patternbank found themselves spellbound at Preen by Thornton Bregazzi’s SS17 London show, a collection entwined with mythical spells, nature and astrology including some beautiful flower printed dresses. The models were adorned with floral creations, leaves and ferns, a collaboration with make up artist Val Garland and florist Flora Starkey.

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Preen by Thornton Bregazzi photos via Vogue.com

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Patternbank are loving the latest SS17 NYFW collection from Red Valentino. A mix of American Kitsch references that include Flamingo allovers and LA beach prints.

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Red Valentino photos via Vogue.com

Watch out for our Spring/Summer 2017 Catwalk Print Trend Report to inspire you in all your new seasonal developments. This will include print trends seen through-out New York, London, Milan & Paris Fashion weeks

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Patternbank are loving the latest SS17 collection from Thom Browne. Fifties luxury tropical cruise style, with checkerboard patterns, striking appliquéd graphic ferns and bold hibiscus florals.

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Thom Browne photos via Vogue.com

Watch out for our Spring/Summer 2017 Catwalk Print Trend Report to inspire you in all your new seasonal developments. This will include print trends seen through-out New York, London, Milan & Paris Fashion weeks.

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In this New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017 print and pattern designer highlights we look to Warm’s latest RTW collection. A stunning print mix of tropical florals, fresh graphic blooms and vibrant brushed checks.

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Warm photos via Vogue.com

Watch out for our Spring/Summer 2017 Catwalk Print Trend Report to inspire you in all your new seasonal developments. This will include print trends seen through-out New York, London, Milan & Paris Fashion weeks.

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In our new quick response catwalk print analysis posts, we aim to highlight the key and most directional print & pattern focused collections. In the first of our New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017 print and pattern designer highlights, we look to Gary Graham’s beautiful Indian ethnic collection.

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Gary Graham photos via Vogue.com

Watch out for our Spring/Summer 2017 Catwalk Print Trend Report to inspire you in all your new seasonal developments. This will include print trends seen through out New York, London, Milan & Paris Fashion weeks.

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Ka Wa Key‘s work explores the identity of Asian men with the roots of their sensuous cultures and aesthetics. His personal design process involves the hybridities in; Eastern and Western clothing, masculine and feminine representations and the traditional textile crafts with the latest fashion technology. Key graduated from the Royal College of Art in London with a Master’s degree in Fashion Menswear in 2015 with the scholarships he obtained by winning the Hong Kong Young Design Talent Award (YDTA) and the Hong Kong Fashion Designers’ Association Talent Award. He was nominated as one of the finalists at the H&M Design Award for his graduate collection, which was showcased in “DOUBLE JE” contemporary art exhibition in Palais de Tokyo in Paris. See more here.

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