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The Patternbank Team bring you the key Print Trends from the Spring and Summer 2017, Menswear Catwalk shows alongside some great designs from The Patternbank Online Textile Studio. Check out more of our Spring/Summer 2017 prints at The Patternbank Studio.


FLORAL OUTLINE » Antonio Marras / Boglioli / Emporio Armani / Marni / Paul & Joe / Emporio Armani / Papavre Field by Vivienne Kristof / Silhouette Floral by Camilla Coelho

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Patternbank brings you Part 2 of the Paris catwalk shows focusing on the show’s hottest print inspiration. Vivienne Westwood brought her unique style of eccentricity to the catwalk again with a heady mix of dreamy florals, blown up ornamentals and the usual pop of political graphics, with Junya Watanabe’s African adventure of monochromatic tribal references and voluminous african textiles creating visual impact, in this final instalment concluding the SS16 Catwalk coverage.


Junya Watanabe S/S16


African Prints – Tribal Monochromatic – Zebra Stripes – Colour Blocking – Geometric Patches – Camo Pattern Effects – African Wax Resist

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Vivienne Westwood S/S16


Dreamy Florals – Blown up Ornamental – Metallic Prints – Crystal Embellishments – Diamond Checks – Spliced Patterns – Wallpaper Designs – Baroque References

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Leonard S/S16


Abstract Checks – Rainbow Scribbles – Text Prints and Graphics – Collaged Pattern – Crosshatching – Technicolour Allover Patterns – Fractured Geometrics

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Sacai S/S16


Bandana Prints – Lazer Cut-aways – Printed Broderie Anglaise – Holiday Referenced Conversationals – Pattern Printed Stripes – Blown Up Ornamental Braiding – Stripe & Lacey Mixes

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Miu Miu S/S16


Art Nouveau Patterns – Art Deco Check – Mini Geos – Diamond Apliqué – Surprising Colour Mixes – 20’s Stylised Faces – Fan patterns – Gingham

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Undercover S/S16


Blurred Florals – Blown Up Flowers – Blurred & Distorted Blooms – Kings & Queens – Chunky Fringing – Military Embellishments – Camo Inlays – Playing Card Symbols

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Olympia Le-Tan S/S16


Geometric Japanese Patterns – Hexagon Origami Papers –  Postcard Conversational – Cute Embroidery Appliques – Bold Brush Textures – Hokusai Polaroids – Traditional Japanese Illustrations

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Rochas S/S16


Metallic Lustres – Over-scaled Florals – Layered Background Prints – Stencilled Florals – Print Over Jacquard

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Embroidered Lace Bodies – Cross Culture References – Intricate Ethnic Pattern – Pictorial Wax Prints – Batik Leave Impression – Beaded Tribal Borders – Manipulated Tye Dye – Camouflage Texture

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Kenzo S/S16


Bold Graphic Line – Optical 3 Dimentions – Ikat Texture – Engineered Layouts – Chain Link Prints – Varied Scale Plays – Shadowed Abstracts – Primary Colour Use – Vertical Striped Patterns – Biased Geometrics

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Louis Vuitton


Abstract Graffiti Art – Sprayed Texture –  Ethnic Accents – Architectural Views – Blurring Edges – Distressed Mesh Prints – Metallic Ethnic Pattern Mixing – Marked Scatterings – Embossed Prints

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Patternbank brings you it’s second ‘Catwalk Print Trends’ round-up for A/W 2012. Covering all the shows from New York, London, Milan and Paris, we bring you the key looks that are sure to influence the season. These reports aim to give you a concise overview of the most influential print trends emerging from the recent catwalk season.

Collage of Art

Art statements – Collage expression – Abstract art forms – Patchwork forms – Texture plays – Exaggerated knits and appliqués – Spliced and overprinted form – Overlaid pattern – Varied art references

Antoni and Alison, Ferna Yamamoto, Bernhard Willhelm, Antonio Marras, Bernhard Willhelm, Luke Brooks, Michael Van Der Ham, Dries Van Noten, Antoni and Alison. Photos Via


Oversize Jewels – Gold ornament – Bejewelled Tweed – Mirrored Holographic’s – Sequin Charmed – Costume crystals – Photographic prints – Visual opulence

Antoni and Alison, Dolce and Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, Matthew WilliamsonLouise GrayChristian Dior,  Louis VuittonMarc Jacobs. Photos Via

Eastern Tribe

Brocaded silks – Oriental motifs – Modern Eastern plays – Pattern and motif blends – Jacquard and embroidered details – Gold and metallic threads and print effects – Ornate dragon and bird motif use

Proenza Schouler, Zac Posen, Vivienne Tam, Jason WuDries Van NotenBarbara BuiDries Van Noten, Proenza Schouler. Photos Via


Golden ecclesiastical –  Glistening brocades – Metallic and burnished gold looks – Elaborately embellished – Cross stitch and Tapestry work – Pearl studded looks – Pearlescent shades – Opulent gold

Dolce and Gabbana, Collette Dinnigan, Barbara Bui, Valentino, Balmain, Temperly, Tommy Hilfiger, Valentino, Kinder Aggugini. Photos Via

Graphic impact

Street Art beauty – Graphic symbol & icon use – Sprayed visual marks – Large scale art – Airbrushed visuals – Graphic havoc – Cut and paste looks – Typography pattern  – Vivid colour use

Antoni and Alison, Ashish, Gaultier, Bernard Willheim, Luke Brooks, Manish Arora, Louise Gray,  Manish Arora, Balenciaga. Photos Via