Patternbank brings you a snapshot of the key prints seen at the recent London Graduate Fashion week. Celebrating the work of more than 1,000 of the finest BA degree Fashion students from 40 Universities across the UK and overseas, Graduate Fashion Week is the ultimate event for spotting the next wave of creative talent to hit the industry.

Dae Byn Lee – Nottingham Trent University

Diffused visual form – One colour  photo-print techniques – Miss matched pattern statements – Collage expression – Neon highlights – Floral silhouette looks

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Emma Guilfoyle / Steph Cunningham – University of Central Lancashire

Political visual plays – Patchwork tweeds –  Experimentation of traditional fabrics – Hand sketch graphic portraits – Victoriana prints – Ornate gilt framing

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Scarlett O’Sullivan – De Montford University

Linear botanical studies – Transparent layered effects –  Elaborately embellished – Artisan blooms – Decorative mirrored frames

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Claire Sant / Alison Woodford – De Montford University

Neo tribal looks – Photographic knit prints – Large scale geometric forms – Tribal stripe plays – Pastel neon colour clashes – Vibrant slouchy knits

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Amelia Smith – Northumbria University

Russian architecture inspired pattern form – Folk impact – Stark contrast looks – Structured statements – Gold embellishments

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Kate Marslans – Salford University

Frank Stella inspired structures – Bold colour use – Abstract geometric movement – Circular pattern form

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