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The Patternbank Team bring you the key Print Trends from the  Spring/Summer 2018 Menswear Catwalk shows, alongside our curated print designs from The Patternbank Online Textile Studio. Check out our Summer 2018 collection of prints at The Patternbank Studio.

ORIENT » Dolce & Gabbana  / Pb17 by mrdgk / Hand Drawn Koi Fish in Orchideas by Magdalena Maczewska / Band of Outsiders / Carpe Diem by Morselli MattiaCarpe Diem by Morselli Mattia / Emporio Armani

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BLOOMING » Antonio Marras / Flowers Together by Riverside Bonfire Studio (Premium Studio) / MSGM / Flowers in Black & White by MKDesigns / Frost Rose by Kathleen Ney (Premium Studio) / No.21

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HAWAIIAN VACATION » Dsquared / Blue Hawaiian by Shock Rider Creative Studio / Dries Van Noten / Ami / Palm Angels / Lush Jungle by Katya Rozz / Black Outlines Hibiscus With Leaves and Flowers by Christine Lara

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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

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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

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

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The Patternbank Team bring you Part 1 of the key Print Trends from the Fall 2017 Menswear Catwalk shows, alongside our curated print designs from The Patternbank Online Textile Studio. Check out more of our Fall 2017 prints at The Patternbank Studio.

DECORATIVE INDIA » Etro / Etro / Ja-21 by Margarita Allard (Premium Studio) / Etro / Ja-19 by Margarita Allard (Premium Studio) / Abstract Paisley Pattern by Tatyana Anisimova / Dolce & Gabbana

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RUG ROBES » Les Benjamins / Craig Green / Craig Green / Carpet Illusion by Angela23 / Tp-1395 by Soufiane Lafkih / Alexander McQueen / Ethnic Design by MK Designs

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CALL OF THE WILD » Etro / The Eagle in the Mountains Scene by Jo Mitchell (Premium Design) / Les Benjamins / Etro / Dream Mountains by Dunya Atay / Fierce Animal by Studio Lebra / Balmain

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Ka Wa Key‘s work explores the identity of Asian men with the roots of their sensuous cultures and aesthetics. His personal design process involves the hybridities in; Eastern and Western clothing, masculine and feminine representations and the traditional textile crafts with the latest fashion technology. Key graduated from the Royal College of Art in London with a Master’s degree in Fashion Menswear in 2015 with the scholarships he obtained by winning the Hong Kong Young Design Talent Award (YDTA) and the Hong Kong Fashion Designers’ Association Talent Award. He was nominated as one of the finalists at the H&M Design Award for his graduate collection, which was showcased in “DOUBLE JE” contemporary art exhibition in Palais de Tokyo in Paris. See more here.

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A hugely popular part of our site is the seasonal trend themes section – all our designers receive a monthly directional trend newsletter, they design into themes and then we collate them into seasonal trend stories. This saves our buyers valuable time when looking for those new prints. ‘Rose Garden’ is a strong late Summer/early Autumn floral print story trending for both Mens & Womenswear.


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Visit the Patternbank online studio to browse our newest design collections. Our unique pattern studio is updated daily, so don’t miss our latest collection of royalty-free repeat patterns. We have the largest online collection of curated seamless bitmap & vector repeat patterns for download and instant use.

If you’re after something more exclusive head over to our Premium Studio, where we have an extensive collection of one-off license, trend focused pattern designs to browse through. 


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*For our Designers, we encourage you all to use the #newonpatternbank hashtag when promoting designs across Pinterest / Instagram / Linkedin Twitter Facebook and we’ll repost our favourites.

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Patternbank  brings you the Menswear catwalk collections for Spring/Summer 2016, where the team have put together the strongest print trends together with a selection of designs from the Patternbank online print studio  complimenting each story. The Spring/Summer collections are a great indicator as to which print trends will be strong for this season.



Brioni / Salvatore Ferragamo / Boglioli / Gucci / Carven / Salvatore Ferragamo photos via



Constructed inspired Patternbank Studio Designs by Polina MorozeAurélien Vassal, Michele TozziMaria Isabel Rodriguez



James Long / Gucci / Desquared2 / Astrid Anderson /Burberry Prorsum / No.21 photos via



Lace inspired Patternbank Studio Designs by Varpu Kronholm, Estúdio Cor, Holly Cooper, Nikki Starrett

Hot Tropics


Comme des Garçons / Richard James / Antonio Marras / Desquared2 / Casely Hayford / Dries van Noten /  photos via



Tropical inspired Patternbank Studio Designs by Camila Coelho, Pandora, Texturisa, Eduardo Doreni

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Patternbank brings you Part 2 of the key print trends coming through from the recent Menswear Catwalk collections for Fall /Winter 2015-16. Here we have analyised over a hundred of the strongest catwalk shows from London, Paris & Milan.

Blended Folkloric A/W 15/16


Middle Eastern Folk – Mexican Textiles – Gold Embellishments – Fair Isle Pattern Effects – Twisted Navajo-print Statements

Givenchy / Casely Hayford / Dries van Noten – photos via

Fall Camo A/W 15/16


Leafy Comouflage – New Modern Camo Looks – Mineral Patterning – Micro Camo – Pattern Made From Animal Prints – Angular and Fractal Camouflage Prints

Y-3 / Alexander McQueen / White Mountaineering / Off White / White Mountaineering / Kenzo – photos via

70’s Rewind A/W 15/16


70’s Style Motifs – Mid & Large Scale Florals – Glam Bouquets – Deep Greens and Brown Colour Use – Playful Retro Florals – Flat Colour Prints

Gucci / White Mountaineering / Burberry Prorsum – photos via

Crafted Tribe A/W 15/16


Modern Tribe – Naive Mark Making – Diamond Patterns – Bold and Over-scaled Shapes –  African Art Inspired – Scrawled Allover Mono Prints

Kenzo / London College of Fashion MA – Ysung Hwan Yang / Ysung Hwan Yang / Kenzo / Walter van Bierendonck / Topman Design – photos via and Vogue

Abstract Noise A/W 15/16


Textures – Sharp and Blurred Pattern Plays – Pixillated Texture – Torn and Worn – Pixellated Form – Stone Textured Prints

Cerruti / Chalayan / Balenciaga – photos via

Arts & Crafts A/W 15/16


Furnishing Style Florals – Paisley Explorations – William Morris References – Furnishing Patterns – Rich Autumnal Hues – Black and White Motifs

Dolce & Gabbana / London College of Fashion MA – Antonio Slusarz / Dolce & Gabbana –  photos via and Vogue

Baroque Frames A/W 15/16


Vintage photography – Religious Paintings – Gallery Walls – Gilt Frames – Framed Motif Layouts – Flowing Pattern – Repeated Formats

Roberto Cavalli / Gucci / Dolce & Gabbana – photos via

Be inspired by our next round up of the Menswear Collections for Spring/Summer 15 at the Milan catwalk shows. Patternbank have edited the key print looks for this season which showed strong bold pattern mixing from traditional paisley and botanical allovers to way-out graphics and fragmented collage.

Etro S/S 2015

Allover Paisley Pattern – Botanical and Foulard Motifs – William Morris Pattern – Graphic Twists – Large Scale Bold Pattern Making – Traditional Mix-ups – Over Scaled Photographic Fun – Food and Plate Imagery

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Antonio Marras S/S 2015

Graphic Portraits – Floral Jacquard Prints – Newspaper Collage Type – Football Themes – Simple Clean Lines – Fresh Tropical Botanics – Surreal Collage Graphics

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Roberto Cavalli S/S 2015


Exquisite Botanical Paintings – Ornithology Drawings – Delicate Snakeskin – Loosely Painted – Fresh Green Meadow and Tropical Mix – Sketchy Drawn and Watercolour Studies – Folk Floral Touches – Vibrant Leaf Tropics

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MSGM S/S 2015

Fragmented Graphic Patterns – Matisse Inspired Cut-outs – Tropical Palm Prints – Bold Darks – Geometric Collage

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Patternbank brings you our selection of the key print highlights from London’s Menswear Catwalk collections for Autumn/Winter 2014. With bold shapes, super-sized futuristic images, and photographic monochrome allover prints, these collections deliver a vibrant and eye-catching pattern mix.

Alan Taylor – Fall 2014


Cut Up Graphic Shapes – Flat Painted Brushwork – Oversized Imagery – Minimal Colour Use – Abstract Pattern – Screen Printed Garments

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Kay Kwok – Fall 2014


Ombré Backgrounds – Glitch and Distortion – All-over Print Layouts – Futuristic Pattern Mixes – Regimented Pinstripes – Digital Pattern

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Jonathan Saunders – Fall 2014

College Preppy Looks – Polka Dots – Blazer Stripes – Arts and Craft style print – Bleached Out – Harlequin Diamonds – Vivid Knits

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Christopher Kane – Fall 2014

Conversational Scientific Imagery – Quirky Colour Combos – Optical and Sculptural Constructions – Digital Print – Molecular Design

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Alexander McQueen – Fall 2014


Photographic Prints of Lucien Freud – Super sized Imagery – Tonal and Monochromatic – Traditional Plaids – Embroidered Poetry Extracts

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Casely-Hayford – Fall 2014

 All-over Wood Effect Prints – Blurred Tartan – Large Scale Florals – Inverted Colour Plays – Pixillated Animal Placements – Monochrome Stripes

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James Long – Fall 2014


Bold Colour Blocking – Cut Out Placements – Modernist Print Styles – Spliced Graphics – Perforated Texture – Matisse Collage – Quilted and Ruched

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J.W.Anderson – Fall 2014


Bold Stripes – Mondrian Arrangements – Simplistic Floral Jacquard – Floral Camo Looks – Oversized Rib Knits – Neutral Colour Combos

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Patternbank brings you our final print and pattern highlight recap from the recent Paris Menswear S/S 2014 Fashion shows(PFW). Again we have selected key designers showing off their strongest prints for the S/S 2014 Season. Patternbank’s Menswear Print Trend round up report for Spring/Summer 2014 will be live later this week.

Dries Van Noten S/S 2014


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Issey Miyake S/S 2014


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Givenchy S/S 2014


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In this report Patternbank brings you our print and pattern highlights from the recent London S/S 2014 Fashion shows (London Fashion Week). Here we have selected key designers showing the strongest print trends for the S/S 2014 Season. Check back soon for Milan & Paris print highlight reports, which we are currently working on! These highlight reports will be followed by a Print Trend round up report, that will focus in on the key print trend stories for Spring/Summer 2014.

Alexander McQueen S/S 2014


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KTZ  S/S 2014


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Craig Green  S/S 2014


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Patternbank brings you a snapshot of the key prints seen at the recent London Graduate Fashion week. Celebrating the work of more than 1,000 of the finest BA degree Fashion students from 40 Universities across the UK and overseas, Graduate Fashion Week is the ultimate event for spotting the next wave of creative talent to hit the industry.

Josephine Pettman – Ravensbourne University


Chen Yu Wang – Ravensbourne University


Nicolas Wirth – Istituto Marangoni


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Patternbank brings you it’s second Menswear Print Trends report for Autumn/Winter 2013. Here we bring you a concise overview of the key looks sure to influence the season from the recent Menswear catwalk shows held in London, Milan and Paris. View Patternbank’s Menswear Print Trends Spring/Summer 2013 Part 1 here.

Tile Patterns

Tile Inspired Design – Block Repeats – Geometric Patterns – Mosaic Mix-ups – Decorative and Ornate Art Deco – Damask References – Intricate Repeat Pattern Work

MAN – Agi & Sam, Dries Van Noten, Roberto Cavalli, Alexander McQueen, Etro, Comme Des Garcons Homme Plus. Photos via and


Collage Graphics

Photographic Overlays – Cut-up Magazine Style – Placement Prints – Art Inspired – Abstract Layouts – Graphic Mix – Chaotic Collage plays – Digitally Manipulated Pattern

James Long, John Galliano, John Galliano, Givenchy, Moschino, Etro. Photos via


Floral Bloomed

Plays on Floral Tradition – Botanical Blooms – Intense Floral Prints – Tonal Colour Use – Vibrant Richness – Realistic photo prints – Large Scale Blooms – Brocade Styling – High Saturation Colour Use

Louis Vuitton, McQ Alexander McQueen, Dolce & Gabbana, MSGM, MSGM, KATY EARY. Photos via


Camouflage/Animal Skin Distorted

Distressed Textures – Painterly Brush Strokes – Camouflage Re-invented – Ikat Styles – Natural Elements – Splattered Effects – Monochrome Effects – Allover Impact

MSGM, McQ Alexander McQueen, MSGM, Walter Van Beirendonck, John Galliano, Richard Nicoll. Photos via


Paisley Pattern Mix

Paisley Scarf Prints – Over-scaled Paisley Print – Decorative Pattern Mix – Bohemian Style – Rich Texture and Layered Looks – Highly decorative details – Re-worked & Twisted Paisley Pattern – Abstract Motifs

Etro, Diesel Black Gold, Sacai, Dries Van Noten, Etro, Dries Van Noten. Photos via and




Patternbank breaks down the key print trends from the Menswear Autumn/Winter 2013 catwalk shows held in London, Milan and Paris. Here we bring you a concise overview of the key looks sure to influence the season. This is the first instalment featuring four key print trend stories, Part 2 will follow shortly [Update – Part 2 live]. Sign up for our Weekly Newsletter to be kept right up to date with all the latest stories.

Form, Colour and Line


Large Scale Colour-blocking – Geometric Arrangments – Bold Colour usage – Abstracted Pattern – Graphic Statements

MSGM, Dirk Bikkembergs, Iceberg, Umit Benan, Walter Van Beirendonck, Fashion East. Photos via and


Exaggerated Check

Over-scaled Checks – Tartan Mix – Printed Outerwear – Diagonal Checks – Plaid Overprints – Engineered Check Placements

E Tautz, James Long, Moncler Gamme Bleu, Moschino, Vivienne Westwood, Umit Benan. Photos via and


Cartoon and Slogan Graphics

Comic Characters – Statement Slogans – Humorous Illustrations – Typography with Pattern Infills – Full Panel Statements – Colour Block Graphic Visuals

Christopher Shannon, E Tautz, Fashion East, James Long, Sibling, Walter Van Beirendonck. Photos via and


Conversational Humour

Mono Repeats – Cartoon Imagery – Modern Toile du Joué – Obscure Graphic Illustrations – Minimal Placements – Simple Icon Repeats

Astrid Anderson, Fashion East, Martine Rose, MAN Agi & Sam, Dolce & Gabbana, Raf Simons. Photos via and

Go check part 2 of our essential Menswear Print Trends Autumn/Winter 2013.

Patternbank brings you it’s second Menswear Print Trends report for Spring/Summer 2013. Here we bring you a concise overview of the key looks sure to influence the season from the recent Menswear catwalk shows held in London, Milan and Paris. View the Menswear Print Trends Spring/Summer 2013 Part 1 here.

Floral Man

Bouquet Groupings – Packed Floral Covering – Tonal Photographic – Studied Stills – Painterly Blooms – Florals Disperse – Stylised and Abstracted

Bottega Veneta, Raff Simons, Wooyoungmi, Versace, Dirk Bikkembergs, Wooyoungmi, Rynshu, Gucci, Paul Smith. Photos via

Animal Lover

Snakeskin Mono print – Large Scale Skins – Skin on Skin – Textured Skin Effects

Dirk Bikkembergs, Jean Paul Gaultier, Miharayasuhiro, Alexander Mcqueen, Neil Barrett, Alexander Mcqueen, Kenzo, Ymc, Kenzo. Photos via

Metallic Riches

Oil Rich Colours – Shiny Surface – Reflected Colour – Iridescent Shine – Copper & Gold – Foil Accents

Ann Demeulemeester, Etro, Missoni, Rynshu, Versace, Shaun Samson, Neil Barrett, Roberto Cavelli, Qasimi Homme. Photos via

Black and White

Pirate Stripes – Monoprint Pattern Mix – Ornate Paisley – Geometric Motifs

Rynshu, Costume National, Etro, Christian Lacroix, John Galliano, Comme Des Garcons, Phillip Lim, Versace, Wooyoungmi. Photos via

Sorbet Brights

Lime Greens – Cerise Pink Blush – Peach Sorbet – Palest Lemon – Mint Greens – Turquoise Blue – Dashing Red

Roccobarocco, Roccobarocco, Gucci, Viktor & Rolf, Shaun Samson, Yohji Yamamoto, Moschino, Salvatore Ferragamo, Thom Browne. Photos via

Patternbank breaks down the key print trends from the Menswear Spring/Summer 2013 catwalk shows held in London, Milan and Paris. Here we bring you a concise overview of the key looks sure to influence the season. This is the first instalment featuring six key print trend stories, Part 2 will follow shortly. Sign up for our Weekly Newsletter to be kept right up to date with all the latest stories.

Art School

Painted Pictures – Large Scale Abstract – Paint Explosions – Bauhaus Expression – Creative Mixtures – Digital Pattern – Patchwork Mix

Givenchy, Poul Brouwer Ports 1961 Milharayasuhiro Raf Simons Jil Sander Vivienne Westwood Agi & Sam Bernhard Willhelm Photos Via

Ethnic Tribe

Bold Ethnic Imagery – Mixing Pattern – Ikat Expression – Classic Batik – Decorated Indonesia – Modern Tribe – Resist Dye Batik

Miharayasuhiro, Vivienne Westwood, John Richmond, Miharayasuhiro, Bernhard Willhelm, Yohji Yamamoto, Henrik Vibskov, Missoni, Phillip Lim Photos via

Check Mate

Country Gent – Over scaled Plaids – Graph and Grid-Like Checks – Classic Tartans

Thom Browne, Daks, Junya Watanabe Man, Shaun Samson, John Galliano, Poul Brouwer, Pringle of Scotland, Moschino, Dries Van Noten Photos Via

Printed Outerwear

Foulard Motifs – Border Details – Pattern Layering – Printed Suiting – Small Scale Geometrics

Ann Demeulemeester, Burberry Prorsum, Roccobarocco, Burberry Prosum, Etro, Versace Photos via

Indigo Denim

Batik Patterning – Woven Indigo Ikats – Bleach Effects – Denim Mixes – Shades Blues – Collaged Pattern

Etro, Missoni, Phillip Lim, Roccobarrocco, Louis Vuitton, Phillip Lim, Richard Nicoll, Diesel Black Gold  Photos via

New Camouflage

Camouflage and Skins Mix – Garments Covered – Allover Camouflage – Floral Camouflage – Suited Camouflage

Dries Van Noten, Kenzo, Dries Van Noten, Kenzo, John Galliano, Dirk Birkkermbergs, Marc Jacobs, Pringle of Scotland, Qasimi Homme Photos via

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Motorbike visuals and heritage vibes are still continuing to be a relevant graphic trend for A/W 2012. The Patternbank team spotted these beautifully crafted branding graphics by Caleb Owen Everitt. Caleb recently teamed up with Ryan Rodes and are now working together as Land design studio. Caleb’s authentic looking layouts and hand crafted font work that give these branded graphics such strong visual impact. The team already have an impressive list of clients which include Vans, Falcon Motorcycles, Levi, Nike and Stag Austin.

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