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Our team travelled to Paris again this year to absorb and experience Première Vision’s Spring/Summer 2019 show. Along with thousands of fashion professionals, designers and students flocking to Parc d’ Expositions, the team joined the throng to gather and record Première Vision’s print and pattern trend forecasts. Once again the smaller trend forum areas were inspiring spaces with plenty of directional print stories for Spring/Summer  2019. We have analysed 10 of the most important print trends coming through for next season.

  • 10 Première Vision print trends for S/S 19

  • 35 pages of inspirational print forecast intelligence

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Our team travelled to Paris again this year to absorb and experience Première Vision’s Autumn/Winter 2018/19 show. Along with thousands of fashion professionals, designers and students flocking to Parc d’ Expositions, the team joined the throng to gather and record Première Vision’s print and pattern trend forecasts. Once again the smaller trend forum areas were inspiring spaces with plenty of directional print stories for Autumn/Winter  2018/19. We have analysed 10 of the most important print trends coming through for next season.

  • 10 Première Vision print trends for A/W 2018/19

  • 35 pages of inspirational print forecast intelligence

  • Over 120 on trend hand-picked images

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We recently went to Première Vision New York at Pier 94 on the 18 – 19 July 2017. It was a great show with all the studios and fabric manufacturers ready for the new Autumn/Winter 2018 /19 season. Whilst we were there, we took the opportunity of visiting the trend forum areas. Many thanks to our eyes and ears in New York and Patternbank Designer Alice Lam of Circlealine.

Below is our quick recap of the key print trends that the Premiere Vision Fashion teams have highlighted for Autumn/Winter 2018/19.

Rough Textures / Marble Paintings / Raw Soft / Shadowy Depth / Metallicized Mineral Surfaces / Tonal Darks / Cloudy Uneven / Tone on Tone

Image credits: Marble Texture Blue Black White Patterns by Oana Soare, Fluorite – Minerva Mine, Hardin Co, Illinois, Found on Pinterest, Elie Saab Resort 2018, Fingal’s Cave Scotland, Underwater Sea Cave Found on Pinterest, Crystal Cave Rock, Oil by Ray Collins, Psyche Marbled Swim by Alice Lam


1920’s Gothic / Inverted Florals / Large Scale Blossoms / Elaborate Placements / Rich Borders / Enigmatic Opulence / Rich Tones / Dyed Shearling

Image credits: Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries ABC, Victorian Gothic Found on Pinterest, Dark Garden by Susi JianyiAutumn Plants and Leaves Gradient Background by Oana Soare, Zardozi Embroidery, Lithograph Dark Floral Pattern by Omerta, Fendi Couture Fall 2017


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Patternbank met Carina Sohl at the highly creative experimental zone of Maison D’Exceptions back in February 2017 at Premiere Vision and were in love with the delicate beauty of her craft, mixing nature and eco-friendly technology, Carina transforms her wild gatherings into unique botanical patterns. Carina developed her craft from combining a love of nature with the material leather, discovered on a course back in 2006. The result is beautifully detailed and intricate patterns, each unique in their fragile leaves that are captured only once, to create one-off designs. Carina has collaborated with brands like the luxury fashion house Loewe and Berluti where her designs have been used on dresses and wallets. Follow her journey here on her Instagram account and on her website here.

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The Patternbank team once again travelled to Paris this February to absorb and experience Première Vision’s Spring/Summer 2018 show. Along with thousands of fashion professionals, designers and students flocking to Parc d’ Expositions, the team joined the throng to gather and record Première Vision’s print and pattern trend forecasts. Collated into 10 inspirational print trends with mood and print direction pages per story. This concise trend report will be an essential design tool to inspire and direct your new print and pattern developments.

Once again the smaller trend forum areas were inspiring spaces with plenty of directional print stories for Spring/Summer 18. In this report we have analysed 10 of the most important print trends coming through for next season.

  • 10 Première Vision print trends for S/S 18

  • 35 pages of inspirational print forecast intelligence

  • Over 120 on trend hand-picked images

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If you couldn’t make it to PV this year, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered. Enter discount code ‘PREMIUM15’ at our Online Textile Design Studio to receive a 15% discount. Valid until 28 February 2017.

The future of buying and selling textile designs is online so we’re showing our latest exclusive collection online. Come on over to our virtual stand to browse more than 33,000 designs and buy the finest on-trend, exclusive hand picked designs from the Patternbank Online Textile Design Studio. Our designs are painstakingly categorised, tagged and sorted into seasonal trend themes to save you time and money.

Patternbank will not not be exhibiting at PV, but our trend team will be there taking in what’s hot and new in preparation for our popular Premiere Vision Trend Report which will be available to buy shortly after the show.

Featured design – Blue Tropical Foliage With Flowers by Katerina Gri

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The Patternbank team once again travelled to Paris this September to absorb and experience Première Vision’s Autumn/Winter 17/18 show. Along with thousands of fashion professionals, designers and students flocking to Parc d’ Expositions, the team joined the throng to gather and record Première Vision’s print and pattern trend forecasts. Collated into 10 inspirational print trends with mood and print direction pages per story. This concise trend report will be an essential design tool to inspire and direct your new print and pattern developments.

Once again the smaller trend forum areas were inspiring spaces with plenty of directional print stories for Autumn/Winter 17/18. In this report we have analysed 10 of the most important print trends coming through for next season.

  • 10 Première Vision print trends for Autumn/Winter 17/18

  • 35 pages of inspirational print forecast intelligence

  • Over 120 on trend hand-picked images

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If you can’t make it to Premiere Vision in Paris this year, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered. Enter discount code PV0916 at our Online Textile Design Studio to receive a 10% discount. Valid September 13–15 2016.

The future of buying and selling textile designs is online so we’re showing our latest exclusive collection online. Come on over to our virtual stand to browse more than 25,000 designs and buy the finest on-trend, exclusive hand picked designs from the Patternbank Online Textile Design Studio. Our designs are painstakingly categorised, tagged and sorted into seasonal trend themes to save you time and money.

Patternbank will not not be exhibiting at Premiere Vision in Paris on 13–15 September 2016, but our trend team will be there taking in what’s hot and new in preparation for our popular Premiere Vision Trend Report which will be available to buy shortly after the show.

Featured design – Vk179 by Victoria Krupp

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The future of buying and selling textile designs is online so we’re showing our latest exclusive Spring/Summer 2017 collection online.

Come on over to our virtual stand to browse and buy the finest on-trend, exclusive hand picked designs from the Patternbank Online Textile Design Studio. Our designs are painstakingly categorised, tagged and sorted into seasonal trend themes to save you time and money.

We’ve created 4 unique trend stories from our recent trip to Premiere Vision New York where we exhibited last month:

Tropic Planthouse S/S17 Seasonal Trend Story

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Swim Luxe S/S 17 Seasonal Trend Story

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Indigo Extreme S/S 17 Seasonal Trend Story

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Graphic Flora S/S 17 Seasonal Trend Story

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From our popular Spring/Summer 2017 trend report:

 

Meadow Land S/S 17 Seasonal Trend Story

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Reworked Wallpaper S/S 17 Seasonal Trend Story

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Geo Graphic S/S 17 Seasonal Trend Story

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Vintage Heirlooms S/S 17 Seasonal Trend Story

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Patternbank will not not be exhibiting at Premiere Vision in Paris on 16–18 February 2016, but our trend team will be there taking in what’s hot and new in preparation for our popular Premiere Vision Trend Report which will be available to buy shortly after the show.

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The Patternbank team recently exhibited at the New York instalment of Première Vision at Pier 94 on the 19th/20th January. It was a great show with all the studios and fabric manufactures ready for the new Spring/Summer 2017 season. Whilst we were there we took the opportunity of visiting the trend forum areas.

Below is our quick recap of the key print trends that the Premiere Vision Fashion teams have highlighted for Spring/Summer 2017.

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Cactus plays / Dark grounds / Large ferns / Green lace effects / Coral looks / Overlaid Effects

Image credits:  Herthelabel, Deirdra Elizabeth Govan, Marijke Groeneveld, John Buck, Theo Westenberger


 

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Bright tropicals / Tight intense pattern / Yellow grounds / Lush saturation / Darker Grounds

Image credits: Etro, Oasis, PD Paradise by Charlotte Prinsen , Stella Jean, Foliage Exotic by Camila Coelho


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Large scale floral plays / Flat colour / Abstracted by stripes / Felt tip marks / Blues, Purple & Pale yellow

Image credits: Print & Pattern Blogspot, Floral Dreams by Michele Tozzi, Found on Pinterest, Stylized Lillies by Eleny V Eksterman


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We’re kicking off 2016 with a bang, we’re exhibiting at Printsource New York on 12–13 Jan 2016 and Premiere Vision New York on 19–20 Jan 2016 so if you’re planning on coming to either show be sure to come over to Stand A18 at Printsource and Stand H19 at Premiere Vision. If you’d like to arrange an appointment to see the new collection at either show please contact studio@patternbank.com.

Can’t make the New York shows – Don’t worry :- The Patternbank team are also available to visit customers whilst we are in the New York area from 12th until 20th January. To take advantage of our trends & print sales team book an appointment to view our latest print collection  & trend forecast info – contact neil@patternbank.com

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The Future Cafe Spring/Summer 2017 Seminar Schedule

With The Future Cafe, Printsource New York provides a comprehensive overview of each season’s color direction and main trends. The seminars are offered to fashion designers and merchandisers, product developers, design directors and merchandise managers in all consumer product industries.

As well as exhibiting, Neil Elliott, our Senior Trend Editor is talking at both trend seminars covering:

Spring/Summer 2017 print trends – Tues  12th 11:30am

Join Patternbank as we present our S/S17 print vision, delivering the key print trends for the Spring/Summer season, from creative inspiration, overarching macro print trends and specific print direction. Patternbank aims to inspire and inform you on the key print trends emerging for SS17.

Key Print & Colour SS16 runway trends Edit – Weds 13th 11:30am

Join Patternbank as we present our runway print trend edit. This presentation delivers key print & colour analysis of the SS16 runway collections from New York, London, Paris and Milan. Providing you with an essential guide to the SS16 runway season and the strongest print trends driving next season’s developments.

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Patternbank are again exhibiting at Première Vision Paris on 15-17 September 2015. Première Vision Designs brings together a rigorous selection of specialised international studios to present their latest collections of textile patterns and designs. The Patternbank Studio – our innovative online textile design studio sent out directional briefs to all our designers and after a rigorous selection process we have an amazing new collection to take with us to Paris. Come over and say hi, we’re on Stand 5X37.

THE GLOBAL EVENT FOR FASHION PROFESSIONALS

Patterns, embroideries and appliqued motifs, knits, fabrics, transfer papers, and vintage products are just some of the elements that comprise Première Vision Design’s unique offer and wide scope for industry professionals across all sectors: men’s, women’s, juniors’, children’s, childcare products, lingerie, swimwear, sportswear, accessories, knits and more.

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Patternbank are exhibiting at Première Vision Paris on 10-12 February 2015. Première Vision Designs (formerly Indigo) brings together a rigorous selection of specialised international studios to present their latest collections of textile patterns and designs.

The Patternbank Studio – our innovative online textile design studio sent out directional briefs to all our designers and we’ve picked the absolute best ones to take with us to Paris for inclusion in our Collection. Come over and say hello, we’re on Stand 5Y23.

Patterns, embroideries and appliqued motifs, knits, fabrics, transfer papers, and vintage products are just some of the elements that comprise Première Vision Design’s unique offer and wide scope for industry professionals across all sectors: men’s, women’s, juniors’, children’s, childcare products, lingerie, swimwear, sportswear, accessories, knits and more.

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With the first day of INDIGO New York today, Patternbank thought we’d share the shows five surface design directions for Autumn Winter 2013/14. INDIGO New York has steadily become a must visit show for the textile design industry. Running for just 2 days: July 31 & 1st August, INDIGO is a great show for obtaining an insight into new print trends coming through for Autumn/Winter 2013. Indigo New York is also a great pre show before September’s Première Vision & Indigo in Paris. Find out more info about the current show at indigo-salon.

Indigo Salon A/W 2013

Metropolitan Pavilion,
125 West, 18th Street (between 6th and 7th Avenues),
New York, NY 10011

July 31st – August 1st, 2012
9am – 6pm

All images above © Première Vision SA

The resort Spring 2013 collections are showing some inspiring prints and Patternbank love Frida Giannini’s collection for Gucci, see our Première Vision + Indigo – Spring/Summer 2013 Print Trends – Garden Crop for more floral inspiration. These beautiful hand drawn florals that appeared on everything from a floor-length burgundy gowns to a white linen peacoat, looked striking on their solid colour backgrounds. In fact the Flora print was used in her debut collection of accessories for the house in 1997 to decorate various garments. Images via  fashionising.com

 

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Patternbank aims to aid and inspire you for new seasons print developments. We are now offering our key trend analysis reports in free downloadable PDF format. Click the link below for Patternbank’s recent Première Vision + Indigo – Print Trends Spring/Summer 2013 Reports (Part 1 & Part 2), which are now packaged in one handy PDF document.

Featuring: African Graphics – Vivid Jungle – Garden Crop – Geometric Signs – Ombre – Circle State – Patch Up – Ocean Distortion – Brushmark Statements – Digitally Enhanced – Exotic Profusion – Summer Tribe

Patternbank bring you their second in-depth trend report highlighting the key print trends emerging from the recent Premiére Vision and Indigo Salon shows.

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Patch Up

Clashing Prints – Overlaid And Collaged Looks – Brush And Digital Mixes – Dramatic Pattern Layouts – Overlaid Pattern Clashes –  Scenic And Geometric Combinations – Photographic, Digital And Hand Painted Collage Experimentation

Clark GoolsbyDaily Poetics, Weird FriendsBeatriz MilhazesDries Van Noten SS12Steven Riddle,

Ocean Distortion

Rippled Textures – Painterly Wave Forms – Aquas, Strong Turquoises And Bottle Greens – Reflected Sunlight Through The Sea – Abstract Wave And Ripple Statements – Unrecognisable Detail – Ocean Movement In Pattern – Smooth Flowing Patterns

Vince Cavatalo, Eduard Tomek, Peter Pilotto S/S 2012Alexander McQueen S/S 2010David Maisel

Brushmark Statements

Art hand paint forms – Brush dab pattern – Pattern build up through abstract paint textures – Pointillist painter inspired looks – Mixed scale brush work – Delicate brushed pattern

Serena Mitnik-Miller, Jenny Vorwaller, Dior, George Seurat, Rodarte Fall 2012 

Digitally Enhanced

Pop Art inspired half-tone dots – Futuristic florals hidden amongst complex geometry – Textural and photographic overlays – painterly abstract multicolor imagery – Photoshop blurred zig zags – Photoshop filters create complex fading in and out of colour

Andy GilmoreKristin Reger, Erdem, Freja BehaMaisie Cousins,

Exotic Profusion

Colour explosion – Exotic flauna mixes – Rainforest blooms – Digital and watercolour effect mixes – High contrast prints – Neon brights – Bird of paradise and orchid floral studies – Pattern overlays

Richard Mosse, Lily & Lionel, Cecilia Paredes, Leitmotiv

Summer Tribe

Abstracted Ikat Designs – Simplified Ikat – Optical Patterns – Vibrant Colour Enhanced Ethnic Compositions – Mixed Stripes And Pattern Forms – Blurred Felt-tip Pen Visuals – Multi-coloured Traditional Ikat Motifs

Barbara Bui, Thakoon S/S 2012,

Don’t miss Première Vision + Indigo – Print Trends Spring/Summer 2013 Part 1

 

 

Patternbank recently visited Première Vision and Indigo to discover the key print trends emerging for Spring/Summer 2013. This three day event is an essential industry trade show that gives a powerful insight into the future seasonal trends. Our team walked the show and gathered print trend information from the inspirational Trend Forums.

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African Graphics

African graphic impact ~ Tribal abstracts & geometric elements ~ Linear build ups ~ clashing repeats ~ Border and placed pattern ~ Painterly effects ~ Outline graphic art ~ Two tone effects ~ Batik and block print textures ~ Bold colour usage

lukeirwin.com, “Water Dreaming,” 1972, by Mick Namararri Tjapaltjarri, Marni S/S 2012Carven S/S 2012 Via Vogue.com, Seraphine Louis

 

Vivid Jungle

Tropical vegetation focus ~ Photo-real jungle scenes ~ Micro and large-scale tropical flower studies ~ Watercolour textural effects ~ Symmetrical prints ~ Fern leaf overlap pattern forms ~ Engineered tropical placements ~ Distorted jungle prints

Emilio-Pucci-Spring-2009 via Vogue.comLucie de Moyencourt, Illustration by Haeckl, Le Douanier Rousseau, Alberta Ferretti S/S 2012The Mystic Corner,

 

Garden Crop

Fresh colour use ~ Garden life illustrations ~ Flowers and vegetable mixes ~ Botanical spring floral blooms ~ Traditional country garden flowers ~ White ground patterns ~ Stylised linear looks ~ Playful pattern

Christopher Kane S/S 2012, Dimtry Ligay, Matt Wisniewski, Alice & Olivia S/S 2012

 

Geometric Signs

Abstracted geometric patterns ~ Stripe, Dot and zigzag pattern interaction ~ New Geometric variations ~ Bold clean looks ~ Overlapped geo pattern ~ New fractured pattern effects

Kate Kosek, Martino Gamper and Francis Upritchard, Matt W MooreHenri JacobsMungo GurneyRob Nadeau,

 

Ombre

Digital blurs ~ techno tie-dye effects ~ Strong and vivid saturated colour mixes ~ Soft and subtle colour blends ~ Sunset colour banding ~ Fluid movement ~ Blurred and translucent layered effects

Shane McAdamsJennis Li Cheng TienEskayelEtro S/S 2012Eric Cahan

 

Circle State

New form polka dot expression ~ Painterly textures ~ Pencil and delicate line work ~ Large and micro scale use of dots ~ Abstract compositions ~ Inverted circle formations ~ Shadowed and ghostly techniques ~ Muted colour hues

Alex Dipple, Hein KohSerena Mitnik-MillerHenri JacobsFendi A/W 2012Karen Margolis

Patternbanks in-depth trend report continues in Part 2 which covers Premiére Vision’s sister show Indigo Salon.

Première Vision + Indigo – Print Trends Spring/Summer 2013 Part 2 now available