Patternbank brings you our third and final print highlight report on the recent New York S/S 2014 Fashion shows. In this instalment we have again selected key designers showing the strongest print trends for Spring / Summer 2014. Keep an eye out for our reports on London, Milan and Paris Shows which we will also be covering here at Patternbank.

Bibhu Mohapatra S/S 2014

New York Fashion Week – Spring/Summer 2014 – Print Highlights – Part 3 catwalks

Abstracted Form – Painterly Marks – Mapped Structure Overlays – Warped Photographic Florals – Pattern Patchwork – Optical and Sculptured Construction – Fluid Movement

Bibhu Mohapatra photos via Style.com

Marc Jacobs S/S 2014

New York Fashion Week – Spring/Summer 2014 – Print Highlights – Part 3 catwalks

Optical Black & White Florals – Dramatic Graphic Woodblock – Natural Elements – Large Scale Single Foliage – Graphic Form – Contrasting Colour usage

Marc Jacobs photos via Style.com

Clover Canyon S/S 2014

New York Fashion Week – Spring/Summer 2014 – Print Highlights – Part 3 catwalks

Translucent Prints – Overlaid Pattern Forms – Pastel Tribal – Print Mesh Effects – Gradient Plays – Modern Bauhaus – Soft Mirrored Pattern

Clover Canyon photos via Style.com

Anna Sui S/S 2014

New York Fashion Week – Spring/Summer 2014 – Print Highlights – Part 3 catwalks

Eclectic Pattern Mix – Folk References – Boho Style – Romanian Print References – Floral Thread work – Romantic Visions

Anna Sui photos via Style.com

Milly by Michelle Smith S/S 2014

New York Fashion Week – Spring/Summer 2014 – Print Highlights – Part 3 catwalks

Abstract Brush Work – Painterly Illustrative Style – Photo Collage Bordered – Bold Painted Stripes – Japanese & Hawaiian Influences – Illustrated Parrots and Tropical Birds

Milly by Michelle Smith photos via Style.com

Parsons The New School for Design S/S 2014

New York Fashion Week – Spring/Summer 2014 – Print Highlights – Part 3 catwalks

Digital Mosaic Prints – Mesh & Halftone Effects – Translucent Overlaid Prints – Multiple Prints – Abstract Check and Plaid formations – Over-scaled Pattern – Bold Statements – Dark on Dark

Parsons The New School for Design photos via Style.com

New York Fashion Week – Spring/Summer 2014 – Print Highlights – Part 3 catwalks