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Patternbank brings you our latest in-depth catwalk trend report. Highlighting the key Spring/Summer 2018 Print and Pattern trends from the latest New York, London, Paris and Milan catwalk and runway shows. The team has gathered information from the designer’s collections and compiled a selection of the most prominent print looks trending for SS 2018 together with an insight into the key colours for the season.

  • 10 print trend stories for Spring/Summer 2018
  • Over 68 pages of inspirational print forecast intelligence
  • Over 400 on trend hand-picked images
  • Covers New York, London, Paris & Milan SS18 shows
  • The top 24 print focused shows highlighted
  • 6 colour trends for SS18
  • The essential print catwalk analysis trend report for every brand, designer, and studio.
  • Fantastic value – £60/$75/€70


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Patternbank brings you our biggest in-depth catwalk trend report. Highlighting the key Spring/Summer Print and Pattern trends from the latest New York, London, Paris and Milan catwalk and runway shows. The team have gathered information from the designers collections and compiled a selection of the most prominent print looks trending for Spring/Summer 2017 together with an insight into colours for the season.

  • 10 print trend stories for Spring/Summer 2017
  • Over 84 pages of inspirational print forecast intelligence
  • Over 500 on trend hand-picked images
  • Covers New York, London, Paris & Milan Spring/Summer 2016 shows
  • The top 40 print focused shows highlighted
  • 6 colour trends for Spring/Summer 2017
  • The essential print catwalk analysis trend report for every brand, designer and studios.
  • Fantastic value – £60/$75/€70





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The Patternbank Team have analysed all the key print trends at London Fashion Week and today we bring you Part 2 of the highlights from the London shows. The current trend for mixing different eras continued with the 1930’s and 40’s appearing heavily on the catwalk as well as the 70’s glam rock styles with a touch of Ziggy Stardust. Eccentric women in all their glory with beautiful florals and lace with a few wacky added touches like rain hats at Christopher Kane. Watch out for Milan Fashion Week live on the site later this week.

Christopher Kane A/W 16/17


Fused Lace and Felt – Dusty Rose Prints – Delicate Lace Drawings – Big Bouquets – Crafted Crochet – Felted Mixtures – Exccentric Add Ons – Over Scaled Embroidery Badges – Ribbons and Trailing Embroidery Stems

Christopher Kane photos via

Peter Pilotto A/W 16/17


Placement Embroidery Stories – Icy Texture – Nordic Leave Pattern – Abstract Frozen Landscapes – Frosted Snow Pattern – Lacey knits – Nordic Diamond Prints  – Alpine Knit Designs

Peter Pilotto photos via

Burberry A/W 16/17


70’s Swirly Pattern – Oversized 70’s Floral – Python Skin Prints – Glam Rock Style – Soft Plaid Tartans – Luxe and Lustre – Abstract Geometric Tiles – Stylised 70’s Lustred Florals

Burberry photos via

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The Patternbank team have poured over Spring/Summer 2016’s catwalk shows at London Fashion Week, to bring you Part 1 of London’s key print trends. Christopher Kane for Spring/Summer 2016 added a home spun edge to his crash and mend collection, with clashing brights and transparent layering. Vintage florals and heritage prints appeared on both Giles and Erdem’s runways with Emilia Wickstead adorning her models from head to toe in 50’s blooms and retro geos. Look out for part 2 of London fashion Week coming soon.

Christopher Kane S/S16


Neon Colour Clash – Paint Splatters – Spray Can Graffiti – Home Spun Embellishments – Layered Lace – Chaotic Embroidery – Mended Knitwear

Christopher Kane Photos via

Giles S/S16


Ghostly Foxgloves – Trailing Florals – Placement Appliqué – Heritage Patterns – Stylised Elizabethan Prints – Broderie Anglaise

Giles Photos via

Holly Fulton S/S16


Stylised Floral Embroidery – Circus Patterning – Layered Embroideries – Swirls & Stripes – Heavily Embellished Bodices

Holly Fulton Photos via

Emilia Wickstead S/S16



Vintage Florals – Retro Geo’s – Clustered Blooms – Jewelled Embellishments

– 50’s Prints

 Emilia Wickstead Photos via

Erdem S/S16



Rustic Appliqué – Pretty Florals – Prarie Vintage – Laces – Silvery Jacquards – Spliced Pinstripe

Erdem Photos via

Fydor Golan S/S16



Minimal Graphic Prints – Sci-Fi Illustration – Foil Embellishments – Surreal Photo Florals – Glittery Blossom Repeats – Transformer Placements

Fydor Golan Photos via

Edeline Lee S/S16



Candy Shades – Bold Graphic Placements – 80’s Mod Pop – Spacial Geometrics – Pastel Stripes – Yoko Honda Inspired

Edeline Lee Photos via

Burberry Prorsum S/S16


Lace Mixes – Structured Braiding – 3D Floral Lace – Giant Floral Printed Lace – Bleached Out Florals – Beaded Flower Placements

Burberry Prorsum Photos via

Antonio Berardi S/S16


Asymmetric Embellished Paisleys – Psychedelic Jacobean Patterns – Foil Over-Prints – Decorative Necklines – B&W/ Pastel Palette

Antonio Berardi Photos via

Daks S/S16


30’s Micro Patterns – Marbled Textures – Art Deco Prints – Soft Photo Florals – Smokey Hues – Monochrome Geo’s

Daks Photos via


This week the Patternbank Team have been finding inspiration on the London catwalks for Autumn/Winter 2015. Print and pattern has been a strong feature with a huge helping bold and creative individuality which London is renowned for. Expressive florals and painterly marks feature strongly and a growing trend towards vintage and eclectic fabric mixes has been a recurring feature. Look out for part 2 from the London catwalk collections following early next week. With the Milan and Paris shows still to come keep an eye out for our coverage of more exciting print and pattern highlights on Patternbank.

Burberry Prorsum A/W 15/16


Patchwork Patterns – Paisley Prints – Bohemian Vibe – Printed Camouflage Lace – Whimsical Folk – Leopard Prints – Mirrored Embelishments

Burberry Prorsum photos via Vogue

Apu Jan A/W 15/16


Intricate Ornate Pattern – Monochromatic Prints – Illustrated Ocean Plant life – Over Scaled Looks –  Allover Prints

Apu Jan photos via Vogue

Erdem A/W 15/16


Vintage Print Vibe – Leopard prints – Floral Plays – Damask Motif Pattern – Art Collector Inspired Prints –  Wallpaper Pattern References

Erdem photos via

Issa A/W 15/16


Striking Black and White Prints – Abstracted Animal Pattern – Mono Florals – Mixed Pattern – Crocodile Prints – Bold Ethnic Marks – Graphic Floral

Issa photos via

Mary Katrantzou A/W 15/16


Surface Decoration – Damasks Patterns – Brocades – Paisleys Plays – Contemporary Geometric References – Flocked Paisley – Patterned Fur – Rubberised Embellishments

Mary Katrantzou photos via

Simone Rocha A/W 15/16


Tapestry florals – William Morris References – Petal Usage – Over Scaled Pattern – Rich Decoration – Linear Damask Patterns – Checks

Simone Rocha photos via

Temperly A/W 15/16


Bold Tribal Motifs – Multicoloured Pattern – Nomadic Aesthetic – Bold Floral Embroidery Details – Two Colour Statements – New Tribal Mixes – Folk References

Temperley photos via

Claire Barrow A/W 15/16


Scribbled & Sketched Motifs – Painterly Marks – Linear Pattern – Painted Faces – Drawn Typography – Artistic References – Bold Monochromatic Prints

Claire Barrow photos via Vogue

Jean-Pierre Braganza A/W 15/16


Symmetrical Print Effects – Aviation References – Engineered Prints – Fighter Jet Motifs – Origami Pattern

Jean-Pierre Braganza photos via


Patternbank brings you some of the key print trend highlights from Pre-Fall 2015. The team have put together groups of the most inspirational and current prints appearing throughout the collections this Pre Season

Botanical Studies


Valentino / Akris / Valentino – photos via & Vogue

Rich Embroidered Botanicals – Ditzy Floral Heads – Black Backgrounds – Floral Studies – Long Stems – Leaf and Foliage – Deep Border Prints  

Fragmented Geometrics


Clover Canyon / Givenchy / Derek Lam 10 Crosby / Kenzo / ICB / Burberry – photos via & Vogue

Geometric Overlays – Colour Blocked Checks – Deconstructing Blocks – Air Brushed Edges – Over-scaled Geometrics  



Alice & Olivia / Nicole Miller / Giamba – photos via & Vogue

Oriental Motifs – Over Scaled – Faded and Worn Areas – Voysey Patterns  – Paisley Mixing – 70’s Styling  

Small Scale


Sonia Rykiel / 10 Crosby / Sonia Rykiel / Valentino / Sonia Rykiel / Giamba – photos via & Vogue

Dotted Texture – Crammed Ditsy Florals – William Morris Pattern – Camouflage Colour – Laura Ashley Types – Dark Backgrounds – Multi Coloured Florals 

Skin & Scales


Just Cavalli / Max Mara / Just Cavalli – photos via & Vogue

New Skin Patterns – Snake Scales – Faux Fur Pattern – Photographic Animal Prints – Geometric Pattern Skins

Abstract Camo


Sonia by Sonia Rykiel / Diane Von Furstenberg / Gucci – photos via & Vogue

New Colour Combinations – Camouflage Clash – Over Scaled Animal Prints – Abstract Leave Shapes – Silhouettes and Shadowed Imagery 

Faded Textiles


Nicole Miller / MM6 Maison Martin Margiela /Nicole Miller / Antonio Maras / Nicole Miller / Antonio Maras – photos via & Vogue

Worn Pattern Fade Outs – Darned and Repaired – Pattern Mixing – Merging Marks – Off Set – Soft Colour Backgrounds – Smudged and Blurred  

Mono Floral


Lela Rose / Diane Von Furstenberg / Erdem – photos via & Vogue

Two Colour Prints – Relief Florals – Bold Simplicity – Large Stencilled Florals – Monochromatic – Over-scaled Blooms

Neo Classical


Tory Burch / Dsquared2 / Alice & Olivia – photos via & Vogue

Large Scale Rocco Pattern – Symmetrical Repeats – Interior Furnishing Styles – Opulence – Bold Print – Structured Jacquard – Embroidered Embellishment

Ink Effects


Emporio Armani / Elie Saab / Marissa Webb / Elie Saab / Milly / Lela Rose – photos via & Vogue

Blurred Distortion – Inky Marks – Dark Blacks and Blues –  Photographic Techniques – Bleached out Highlights – Paint Smudges – Large Scale Florals

As the London Catwalk Shows for Spring/Summer 15 came to a close, print and pattern remained a strong feature throughout the collections. Unique in inspiration and in execution these print looks can’t fail to inspire. From the sophistication of Kew gardens to a full blown Summer of Love Acid trip, eccentricity is never in short supply on the London runway. Stay with us for more inspiration from highlights of the Milan shows coming soon.

Erdem S/S 15


 ‘African Queen’ Inspired – Dark Jungle Prints – Greenhouse Architecture – Camo Floral – Embellished and Embroidered – Sculptural Print & Feather Mixes

Erdem photos via

Giles S/S 15


Animal Mash-up – Etherial Birds – Laser cut Foliage – Translucent Snake Skin Prints – Over-scaled Wildlife – Leopard Faces – Glittering Cat Claws

Giles photos via

KTZ S/S 15


 Ancient Greek Imagery – Neoclassical Inspiration – Black & White Colour Pallet – Cabochons Motifs – Mock-croc – Mesh & Opaque Applique

KTZ photos via

Mary Katrantzou S/S 15


Sumptuous Textures – Serpent’s Skin Prints – Coral Pattern – Alien Flora & Forna – Sand & Ocean Shades – Embellished Sea Creatures

Mary Katrantzou photos via

Peter Pilotto S/S 15


Graphic Mix Stripe – Naive Doodles – Acid Trip Prints – Summer of Love Inspired – Simple Colour Blocking – Resin Embroideries – Brights on Black

Peter Pilotto photos via

Roksanda Ilincic S/S 15


Julia Dault Sculpture – Polka Dot Embellishments – Colour Blocked Print – Sculptural Pattern – Perspex Jewels

Roksanda Ilincic photos via

Saloni S/S 15


Triangle Tessellation – Over-scaled Imagery – Abstract Floral Shapes – Geometric Pattern Mixes – Colour Clash – Bokhara Pattern

Saloni photos via

Toga S/S 15


Painterly Effects – Cubist Painting –  Worn Print – Colour Blocking – Mirrored Embellishments – Matt & Sheen mixes

Toga photos via

Vivienne Westwood Red Label S/S 15


Tribal Jacquard – Sketched & Doodled – Scribbled Tile Effect – Fruit and Floral Placements – X-ray Effect Florals – Dark Grounds – Silhouetted Mono Prints

Vivienne Westwood Red Label photos via



Fashion Photographer Ruven Afanador paired up with Town and Country Magazine to create these amazing floral wonders. Here some of the strongest designer’s showcase their Spring 2013 collections. Entwined in fierce pattern plays this dreamy photo shoot has a fairy tale air to things. Styled by fashion editor Hanna Teare these photos give a real insight into upcoming floral trends for the Summer.



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In this report Patternbank brings you our print and pattern highlights from the recent London A/W 2013 Fashion Week. Here we have selected key designers showing the strongest print trends for the Fall / Winter 2013 Season. Check back soon for Part 2 of the London Fashion Week print report, which we are currently working on!

Holly Fulton A/W 2013


Geometric Pattern & Patchwork  – Regimented Lipstick prints – 3D Structure Pattern – Tiger & Bear Face Graphic Motifs – Collaged Workings – M.C. Escher Inspired Geometric Cube Prints – Twisted Art Deco Plays

Holly Fulton photos via

Clements Ribeiro A/W 2013


Folk Borders – Geometric Impact – Folkloric influences – Tapestry Patterns – Brazilian ‘Chita’ Floral Placements – Grid and Colourblock Layouts – Tartan – Animal Print References

Clements Ribeiro photos via

KTZ A/W 2013


Deconstructed Tarot & Playing Card Elements – High Contrast Pattern Combos – Pop Tribalism – Leather Patchwork Pattern – Intense Pattern Mixes – Kaleidoscope Print Build-Ups

KTZ photos via

Giles A/W 2013


Gold Foil Print Highlights – Neon Folk Looks – Photographic Fractured Prints – Abstracted Photo Prints – Oversized Ikat Prints

Giles photos via

Christopher Kane A/W 2013


Re-energised Camouflage Prints – Sculptural Geometric Structures – Brain Motifs – Charles Rennie Mackintosh References – 60s Visual Plays

Christopher Kane photos via

Erdem A/W 2013


Oversized Sequins  – Dark Grounds – Abstracted Prints – Mixing of Blurred and In Focus Forals – Damask References – Lace and Rose Layered Looks – Scattered Pattern Structures

Erdem photos via

Jean-Pierre Braganza A/W 2013


Panoramic Landscape Print  – Mathematical Ratio References  –  Dystopian Visuals – Infinity Sci-Fi Borders – Digital Experimentation – Print Structures Inspired by The Golden Ratio – Smoky Looks

Jean Pierre Braganza photos via

Part 2 of Patternbank’s London’s Print & Pattern Highlight report will be live shortly.