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Patternbank brings you our latest in-depth catwalk trend report. Highlighting the key Spring/Summer 2018 Print and Pattern trends from the latest New York, London, Paris and Milan catwalk and runway shows. The team has gathered information from the designer’s collections and compiled a selection of the most prominent print looks trending for SS 2018 together with an insight into the key colours for the season.

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With such an array of print & pattern at the recent Fall 2017 Ready-to-Wear collections, Patternbank wanted to highlight in more detail some of the strongest and most directional shows. This post brings you 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:  Dutch Old Master References / Rich Historic Eclectic Pattern Mixes / Stylised Nature / Butterfly & Moth Motifs / Oriental Pattern References / 70s, 80s & 90s Visual Aesthetics / Tulips, Roses & Rich Historic Bouquets  

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

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Milan’s Fashion Week, RTW Fall 17 show was a riot of colour, texture and pattern when Dolce & Gabbana’s latest collection hit the runway. The collection was all about real people, with 140 individuals from all ethnicities, walks of life and ages, kitted out in individually tailored looks, with Dolce & Gabbana’s signature overload of florals, animals and opulence.

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The Paris runway was no disappointment for pattern lovers, as Spring/Summer 2016 came alive with a vibrant and eclectic mix of colour and pattern. Dries Van Noten ticked all the boxes with his eccentric dress-up collection of clashing brights and rich patterns all fighting for attention and Giambattista Valli successfully combined an array of 70’s furnishing patterns in attractive shades to produce a wearable retro look. Catch Paris Part 2 later next week to complete Patternbank’s coverage of all the best bits from the SS16 shows.

Dries Van Noten S/S16

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Movie Star Glamour – Clashing Pattern – Tangled Vines and Bramble Patterns – Gold Wings – Jewelled Embellishments – Tattooed Gloves – Lustre Jacquards

Dries Van Noten Photos via Vogue.co.uk

Alexander McQueen S/S16

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Layered Laces – Fringed Motifs – Vintage Floral Embroideries – French Florals – Romantic Flower Prints – Rich Brocade and Border Embroideries

Alexander McQueen Photos via Vogue.co.uk

Elie Saab S/S16

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Rich Candy Stripes – Soft Toned Florals – Macramé Lace – Floral Printed Broderie Anglaise – Drawn Flowers – Dark Outlines – Guipure

Elie Saab Photos via Vogue.co.uk

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