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Gary Graham eclectic layered collection took references from old historic textiles. Patternbank loved the exquisite detail of the dramatic embroideries and dark gothic autumnal prints.

See Gary Graham’s full collection on Vogue.com

Watch out for our Fall 2017 Catwalk Print Trend Report to inspire you in all your new seasonal developments – live in March. Check out our Spring/Summer 2017 Catwalk report here.

Fall 2017 fashion week has just kicked off in New York. The Patternbank trend team are here to edit through each show as it happens. Our aim is to bring you up to date with the strongest and most directional print & pattern collections hitting the runway this season.

Patternbank are loving Red Valentino’s Amish inspired collection. Beautifully intricate micro florals, homespun embroidered statements were crafted with a traditional folk look of the Amish community.

Red Valentino’s photos via Vogue.com

Watch out for our Fall 2017 Catwalk Print Trend Report to inspire you in all your new seasonal developments – live in March. Check out our Spring/Summer 2017 Catwalk report here.

The Patternbank team bring you Part 2 of our key Print & Pattern Trends from the Autumn/Winter 2017/18 Menswear Catwalk shows, alongside our curated trend driven print designs from The Patternbank Online Textile Studio. Check out more of our Fall 2017 prints at The Patternbank Studio.

ARTIST » Lou Dalton / Abstract Painting Mirrored Colourful marker by Oana Soare / Prada / Brush by Michele TozziJust Move by Jessica Halford / Commes Des Garcon

Designs available to buy on The Patternbank Studio, Catwalk images via Vogue.com

FLORAL COVERS » Moschino / Facetasm / Summer Floral Lavender by Meryl Pardoen (Premium Studio) / Facetasm / Blue Flowers by Tim Lee (Premium Studio) / White and Black 01 by Beccy Bland / Dolce & Gabbana

Designs available to buy on The Patternbank Studio, Catwalk images via Vogue.com

PATCHED UP » Commes Des Garcon / Vivienne Westwood / Topman / Commes Des Garcon / Vk36_Colored_Patchwork by Victoria Krupp / Gothic Generation by Michele Tozzi / Dolce & Gabbana

Designs available to buy on The Patternbank Studio, Catwalk images via Vogue.com

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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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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.

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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