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Patternbank aims to aid and inspire you for new seasons print developments. We are now offering our key trend analysis reports in free downloadable PDF format. Click the link below for Patternbank’s recent Première Vision + Indigo – Print Trends Spring/Summer 2013 Reports (Part 1 & Part 2), which are now packaged in one handy PDF document.
Patternbank brings you the highlights from Paris S/S 2014 Fashion Week. This is the second instalment where we have selected designers showing key print trends for Spring / Summer 2014. Watch out for Part 3 which will follow shortly.
Celine S/S 2014
Bold Painted Brushstrokes - Newsprint Type - Graphic Emblems - Brassaï Graffiti References - Doo[...]
Patternbank love Lulie Wallace's ability to see the vibrancy and pattern in the landscapes and flowers that surround her. One of her flower paintings, Phoebe, has been enlarged as a wall mural for Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie, Wallace's favourite store, sell some of her paintings alongside their home ware, a perfect partner to their own v[...]
One of the print highlights from the recent London runway shows, has been Christopher Brook and Bruno Basso’s Fall/Winter RTW 2012 collection. Inspired by Matisse’s paper cut masterpieces. Simple silhouettes are elevated with frenzied collage and geometric pattern motif prints. Tangerine hues, mix with Tan, Lavender, poppy and cobalt to create[...]
Sebastian Vallejo may now live in Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY but his homeland of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean is where he finds inspiration for his paintings, in particular the nature, colours and light that can be found there. Patternbank love the way he incorporates different materials into his work such as glitter, textiles and plastic bags crea[...]
Patternbank are loving Keiko Nishiyama’s picturesque garden inspired collection from her MA graduate show. Keiko Nishiyama studied BA Fashion and performance in Tokyo. after working for an assistant designer, completed an MA in fashion design at London College of Fashion. The idea of printing ‘hybrid imported plants’ in which new flowers were m[...]