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Patternbank brings you another Fall17 catwalk print spotlight. These posts deliver a more focused overview of the directional print & pattern looks that are sure to direct new print trends emerging for next season.

Print Trend Synopsis:  Outlined Florals / Vintage Rose Prints  / Expressive Hand Painted Blooms / Dark Grounds / New Romantics Styling / Layered Florals /  Feminine Looks / Layered Bouquets / Floral Garden Explosion   

Check out our Catwalk AW17 trend report for more print & pattern directional insights.

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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.
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Patternbank found themselves spellbound at Preen by Thornton Bregazzi’s SS17 London show, a collection entwined with mythical spells, nature and astrology including some beautiful flower printed dresses. The models were adorned with floral creations, leaves and ferns, a collaboration with make up artist Val Garland and florist Flora Starkey.


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The Patternbank Team have analysed all the key print trends at London Fashion Week and today we bring you Part 1 of the highlights from the first of the shows. Here we saw an abundance of glamorous chintzy florals with a tinge of gothic romanticism. There were a riot of clashing prints too, where dressing up to excess seems to be this seasons hot trend. Watch out for Part 2 of London’s best to follow.

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi A/W 16/17


Layered Photographic Florals – Chintzy Glamour – Floral and Check Mixes – Tonal Camouflage Florals – Romantic Scrolls – Gothic Velvet Devore – Delicate Laced Layers – Distressed Texture – Mixed Pattern Overlays

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Mary Katrantzou A/W 16/17


Fifties Americana – Rodeo Stars and Stripes – Appliquéd Cowboy Detailing – Glittered Scrolls and Swirls – Fairground Decoration – Psychedelic Abstract Shapes – Dressing Up Box – Abstract Butterfly Prints – Bold Outlines

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The Patternbank team have poured over Spring/Summer 2016’s runway shows at London Fashion Week, to bring you Part 2 of London’s key print trends. Preen’s catwalk collection for S/S16 focused heavily on the dramatic combination  of pretty florals overprinted with structured geometrics, whereas Katrantzou’s runway show was a rich and eclectic mix of clashing floral prints and decorative embellishments. Other shows were just as print heavy with sharp, structured geos, teeming meadow florals, and giant photographic prints all fighting for attention in this season’s London shows. Stay with us for Milan S/S16 coming soon!

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi S/S16


Structured Geometric Prints – Pretty Florals – Geometric Panelled Lace – Simmering Surfaces – Navy & White Over Prints

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Mary Katrantzou S/S16


Vintage Florals – Embellished Necklines – Lace & Braid Panelled Stripes – Layered Floral Prints – Jewelled Tones

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Paul Smith S/S16


Bold Stripes – Textured Pattern & Bold Cut-outs – Inked Brushwork – Asymmetric Shirting Stripes

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Jean-Pierre Braganza S/S16


Spliced Geometrics – Monochrome and Primary Palette – Marbled Paintily Prints – Giant Graphic Prints

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Roksanda S/S16


Wide and Narrow Stripes – Graphic Goes – Fringed Stripes – Pale Brights and Monochrome Mix – Sheer Striped Fabrics

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Mother of Pearl S/S16


Nostalgic Florals – Art Nouveau References – Modern Victoriana – Opaque Prints & Sheer Overlays – Romantic Meadow Prints

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Sibling S/S16


Hand Crafted & Transparent Vinyl – Frills & Crochet – Tile patterns – Riviera Inspired – Pastels & Black Palette

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Jonathan Saunders S/S 16


Textile Mixes – Paisley – Clashing Brights – Batik Patterns – Stripes – Tropical Florals

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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


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

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Giles A/W 15/16


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

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Mother of Pearl A/W 15/16


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

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Minnan Hui A/W 15/16


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

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Preen by Thornton Bregazzi A/W 15/16


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

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Sass & Bide A/W 15/16


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

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Michael van der Ham A/W 15/16


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

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Vivienne Westwood Red Label A/W 15/16


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

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Matthew Williamson A/W 15/16


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

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Antonio Berradi A/W 15/16


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

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Jonathan Saunders A/W 15/16


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

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Patternbank brings you the highlights from London S/S 2014 Fashion Week. This is the second instalment where we have selected designers showing key print trends for Spring / Summer 2014. Watch out for Part 3 which will follow shortly and also the up and coming Milan and Paris Shows which we will also be covering here at Patternbank.

Preen By Thornton Bregazzi S/S 2014

Art Deco – Parquet Inspired – Geometric Floral Mix Up – Juxtaposing Layers – Bright Florals – Sugary Pastels – Acid Pinks – Fractured Looks – Dainty Floral Ilustrations

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Ashish S/S 2014

Street Style – Market Chic – Pop Art Graphics – Sequins – Zebra and Leopard Mash-ups – Corner Shop Inspired Graphics – Bold Stripe Plays

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Topshop Unique S/S 2014

Oversized Silhouettes – Nineties Nostalgia – Islamic Inspired – Crafty Batik Prints – Geometric References – Abstract Pattern Structure – Interconnecting Pattern

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Temperley London S/S 2014

Monochrome Florals – Leopard Print – Geometric Floral Mix Up – Pinks Hues – Bold Floral Brocades – Rose Damask Looks – Cherry Blossom Prints – Floral and Animal Skin Combinations

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Markus Lupfer S/S 2014

Kaleidoscopic Florals – Kitch Slogans – Cutesy Motifs – Nostalgia – Slogan Graphics – Ditzy Floral References – White Damask Florals – Humour and Irony Statements

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Lug Von Siga S/S 2014

Tribal Motifs – Bold Mirrored Patterns – Black and White – Art Deco – Maori Masks – Strong Black and White Statements – Symmetrical Repeats

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Basharatyan V S/S 2014

Kaleidoscopic Tribal – Pastels – Layers – Washed out Prints – Soft Tribal Looks – Faded Mix of African and Mexican Prints – Bold Pattern use

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John Rocha S/S 2014

Sculpted Silhouettes – Large Pastel Florals – Sprayed Roses – Sweet Rose Bouquets – Delicate Floral Prints – Spring Blossoms – Classic English Rose

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House of Holland S/S 2014

Mexico City  – Loud Checks – Comic Motifs – Religious Icons – Baz Lluhrmann’s Romeo & Juliet Film References – Blow Out Gingham – Photoreal Rose Prints

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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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