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Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos, the talented duo behind Peter Pilotto have travelled to Peru and Columbia to find the inspiration for this SS17 collection. Exploring museums, looking at folk textiles, their clothes are brought to life with abstract flower prints and bejewelled flower patches, a collaboration with the contemporary New Zealand artist Francis Upritchard.

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Peter Pilotto photos via Vogue.com

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As part of their programme of inspirational evening events the Victoria & Albert Museum showcased fashion designers Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos in conversation with Kinvara Balfour. The Patternbank team were there to gain a little insight into the creative minds behind the successful fashion label Peter Pilotto.
After graduating together from the famous Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, considered one of the strongest and most creative fashions schools in the world, they decided to re-locate to London in order to launch their careers. Peter had already attracted attention with his final collection and with the help and support from the British Fashion Council and the fashion press, their business was already given the boost it needed for commercial success. As a collaborative business the designers experimented with various combinations of both the names, but with nothing working they decided it had to be Peter Pilotto, “It just sounded good”.

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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

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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 Vogue.com

Peter Pilotto A/W 16/17

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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 Vogue.com

Burberry A/W 16/17

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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 Vogue.com

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The Patternbank Team have concluded the print trends from the London catwalks for Autumn/Winter 2015 to bring you Part 2 of our print highlights. Print and pattern has been a strong feature with a huge helping of bold and creative individuality which London is renowned for. Sass & Bide’s ethnic and tribal looks contrast Preen’s pretty vintage florals and eclectic textile mixes from Vivienne Westwood, while a woodland fairytale theme from Giles adds a magical element of romanticism . Look out for our coverage of the Milan and Paris shows still to come this month on Patternbank.

Peter Pilotto A/W 15/16

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Board Game Layouts – Neon Highlights – Bold Graphic Motifs – Calf Skin Appliqué – Pinball Patterns – Alpaca Knit – Embellishments and Fur Panels

Peter Pilotto photos via Style.com

Giles A/W 15/16

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Mystical References – Hallucinogenic Prints – Gothic Jacquard – Distorted Portraiture – Intertwined Branches – Whimsical Magic Mushroom Prints

Giles photos via Style.com

Mother of Pearl A/W 15/16

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Granny Chic – Grunge Floral Prints – Wallpaper Patterns – Thrift Shop Finds – Traditional Floral Repeats – Mix and Match Fabrics – Sporty Edge

Mother of Pearl photos via Style.com

Minnan Hui A/W 15/16

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80’s Bold Pattern – Rope Print – Colour Blocked Pattern – Black & White Geometry – Over-scaled Prints – Brights & Contrasting Monochrome – Snaking Embellishments

Minnan Hui photos via Vogue

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi A/W 15/16

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Dark Romance – Urban Hippie – Folkloric Florals – Textured Checks – Floral Embroideries – 3D Floral Embellishments – Dark Grounds – Abstract Lumberjack

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi photos via Style.com

Sass & Bide A/W 15/16

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Urban Gladiator – Samurai Inspired Elements – Silver & Gold Embroidery – Metallic Embellishments – Mosaic Embroidery – Monochrome Ethnic Patterns – Mirrored Geometrics

Sass & Bide photos via Style.com

Michael van der Ham A/W 15/16

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Pollen & Botanical Influences – Loose threading and Bonding – Naive Checks – Black Scroll & Floral Borders – Marks and Marbling – Layered Chiffon – Draped Appliqué

Michael van der Ham photos via Style.com

Vivienne Westwood Red Label A/W 15/16

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Political Hand Drawn Graphics – Tartan Checks – Romantic Florals – Stripes & Tiger Paterns -Artistic Pattern Mixes – Cute Animal Placements

Vivienne Westwood Red Label photos via Style.com

Matthew Williamson A/W 15/16

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Lush Floral Pattern Plays – Zodiac Sign Inspired – Bohemian Prints – Subtle Arts & Craft References – Large Scale Illustrated Pattern

Matthew Williamson photos via Style.com

Antonio Berradi A/W 15/16

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Patchwork Details – Diagonal Print Effects – Vivid Autumnal Leaf Prints –  Flowery Cerise Jacquards – Architect Frank Gehry Inspired Looks

Antonio Berradi photos via Style.com

Jonathan Saunders A/W 15/16

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Optical Geometrics – Waved Stripes – Future 70s Vibe –  Multi-coloured Pattern – Schematic Prints – New Wave Pop Art Looks – Upholstery References – Bridget Riley References – 60s Op Art Pattern

Jonathan Saunders photos via Style.com

 

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

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

Erdem photos via vogue.co.uk

Giles S/S 15

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

Giles photos via vogue.co.uk

KTZ S/S 15

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

KTZ photos via vogue.co.uk

Mary Katrantzou S/S 15

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

Mary Katrantzou photos via vogue.co.uk

Peter Pilotto S/S 15

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

Peter Pilotto photos via vogue.co.uk

Roksanda Ilincic S/S 15

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

Roksanda Ilincic photos via vogue.co.uk

Saloni S/S 15

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

Saloni photos via vogue.co.uk

Toga S/S 15

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

Toga photos via vogue.co.uk

Vivienne Westwood Red Label S/S 15

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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 vogue.co.uk

 

Mary Katrantzou

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To celebrate Christmas Jumper Day 14 British designers including Alexander McQueen, Burberry and Mary Katrantzou have customised identical jumpers in their own unique style to raise money for Save The Children. The charity’s annual Christmas Jumper Day on Friday 13th December invites all to wear a Christmas Jumper and donate £1 or more to Save The Children. This year they have partnered with Westfield and the British Fashion Council with unique Christmas Jumpers hand-knitted by fashion brand Wool and the Gang before being customised by the designers. The collection is on show at Westfield London until December 30th, with an installation designed by Stuart Semple. The unique auction comes with a twist as the lowest bid wins, so why not try your luck and go to savethechildren.org.uk and bid on one of these fabulous jumpers.

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Patternbank brings you our third and final print highlight report on the recent London 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 forthcoming reports on Milan and Paris Shows which we will also be covering here at Patternbank.

Mary Katrantzou S/S 2014

Bejewelled Photographical Prints – Super Enlargements – 3-D Trickery – Shadowed Imagery – Trompe L’oeil Playfulness

Mary Katrantzou photos via Vogue.co.uk

 

Jonathan Saunders S/S 2014

Graduated Ombre – Muted Dip-Dyes – Soft Focus Florals – Simplified Linear Drawings – Mixing Elements – Surprising Colour Combos

Jonathan Saunders photos via Vogue.co.uk

 

 Peter Pilotto S/S 2014

Structured Geometry – Architectural Lines – Infinity Drawings – Ombre Stripes – Orchid Lace Patterns – Abstract Overlays

Peter Pilotto photos via Vogue.co.uk 

 

Belle Sauvage S/S 2014

Exotic and Exuberant Florals – Bejewelled Photomontages – Statement Prints – Animal Idols – Vivid Brashness – Leopard and Zebra Prints – Peacock Feathers and Parrot Plumage

Belle Sauvage photos via Vogue.co.uk

 

Tata Naka S/S 2014

Ballet Russes Inspired – Picasso Style Paintings – Jigsaw Puzzle Colour Blocking – Graphic and Type Abstracts – Primary Colour and Pastel Use

Tata Naka photos via Vogue.co.uk

 

Maria Grachvogel S/S 2014

Smeared and Smudged – Blurring and Distortion – Bleed and Watercolour Markings – Paint Splatterings – Monochromatic and Sepia Tones

Maria Grachvogel photos via Vogue.co.uk

 

Matthew Williamson S/S 2014

Dragonflies and Butterfly Wings – Wild English Gardens – Bold Graffiti Prints – Hand-drawn Character – Border Graduations – Scribbles and Sketching Style

Matthew Williamson photos via Vogue.co.uk

 

Giles S/S 2014

Goth Inspired Prints – Faded Film Stills – Signature Lip Motifs – Sepia Tones and Coloured Hues – Scattered Layouts

Giles photos via Vogue.co.uk

 

Vivienne Westwood Red Label S/S 2014

Floral Clusters – Fine Art Painterly Prints – Romantic Distressed Blooms – Worn-out Textured Looks – Oil Paint Palettes

Vivienne Westwood Red Label photos via Vogue.co.uk

 

Patternbank brings you the key print highlights from the recent London Fashion Week catwalk shows. In this second instalment we’ve edited down the strongest print trend highlights for Spring/Summer 2013. Keep an eye out for our print highlight report on the Milan and Paris Shows which we will also be covering here at Patternbank.

Peter Pilotto S/S 2013

Collage mix and match statements – Twisted Baroque-style plays – Pattern clashes – Bold graphic geo prints – Modern take on folkloric motifs

Peter Pilotto photos via Fashionising.com

 

Clements Ribeiro S/S 2013

Updated antique prints – Large scale blooms – Tie dye hem effects – Graphic stripe and check mixes – Lace pattern allover prints

Clements Ribeiro photos via Fashionising.com

 

Issa London S/S 2013

Tropical visual experiments – Amazonian gardens – Colour enhances botanical and tropical prints – Large scale expression – Tropical birds  – Artist studies

Issa London photos via Fashionising.com

 

Holly Fulton S/S 2013

Bold Deco graphic styling  – Grids, dots and geometric mixes – Historic Hollywood references – Digital deco pattern work – Summer stripes

Holly Fulton photos via Fashionising.com

 

House of Holland S/S 2013

Grunge pop prints – Vibrant hyper colour blotch print effects – Tie-dye effects – Checks and large scale florals – Hip 60’s summer festival prints

House of Holland photos via Fashionising.com

 

Jasper Conran S/S 2013

Flower power aesthetic – large scale Painted floral placements – Layered prints – Extreme Patchwork – Pattern mixes

Jasper Conran photos via Fashionising.com

 

Louise Gray S/S 2013

Destructed pattern – News print prints – Punk attitude – Cut and paste pattern – Vibrant and powerful colour plays – Overprinted effects

Louise Gray  photos via Fashionising.com