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The Patternbank team were at the preview day of the Victoria & Albert’s new exhibition Fashioned from Nature last week. A great new exhibition that looks at how nature has influenced fashion design, textiles, manufacturing and pattern, throughout the last 400 years. Set over 2 floors, the first floor looks back in history and explores the evolution of how nature has impacted fashion. The upper floor is more of a present-day look at how new designers have used nature in the design process. It also showcases the environmental aspects of how designers now are looking at sustainability within fashion. We also picked up the book that accompanies the exhibition which is also worth a purchase here.

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Patternbank were out at the London Illustration Fair launch last night. London’s contemporary illustration event has returned this weekend with a programme packed full of the most exciting illustration, printmaking, and design! Back in residence on London’s Southbank at the raw industrial space of the Bargehouse, this year The London Illustration Fair puts the emphasis on play with interactive artworks and hands-on workshops. With over 65 exhibitors, from the hottest emerging talent to established names, The London Illustration Fair is the destination to discover the best in illustration today. The fair runs from 1st – 3rd December, more info here. Check out our favorite artists/studios seen at the fair.

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Floral Seamless Pattern by Tatyana Anisimova

Categories: Womenswear, Floral, Abstract, Tropical, Giftware/Stationery, Nature

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Patternbank is the world’s leading online textile design studio for print, pattern and trend forecasting and each month or so we highlight our favourite designs from the many designs that get uploaded by our talented designers. You can now shop over 30k+ designs online, all painstakingly curated into Categories, Trend Stories and Tags which makes finding the designs you’re looking for super simple and quick. Here are 21 highlights from our Editors’ Picks.

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Calling all designers, textile designers, print designers, surface pattern designers, artists and illustrators. Join thousands of designers at the world’s leading online textile design studio for print, pattern and trend forecasting. Join the Patternbank Studio and sell your work online now.

Choose whether you’d like to sell your designs with an exclusive or non-exclusive license and get your designs in front of thousands of worldwide buyers. You’ll also get our bi-monthly inspirational trend driven designer newsletter, big discounts on our indispensable trend reports and instant payment of funds when your design is sold.

Click Join Now on the Patternbank Online Textile Design Studio, from the email you receive click Become a Seller and upload a few designs for us to review. Once you’ve been OK’d, head over to your profile page, start uploading and selling and making money.

SELL YOUR WORK ONLINE NOW

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Our new upgraded online textile print design studio went live a few weeks ago and our buyers and designers are loving the new format, you can find more info on all the new features here. Our team assess each design that gets submitted to the Studio, the ones that really shine get put in our Editor’s Picks – here are 12 highlights for October.

Botanical Garden VSF104 by VS Fashion Studio

Categories: Womenswear, Floral, Interiors/Home, Kidswear, Activewear, Nature


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Created by curious minds and colour-lovers, Guäva Print Studio specializes in prints and graphics for fashion brands. The studio focuses on urban, high end clients, with a vast selection of highly artistic prints, without losing sight of the commercial factor. Our line caters mostly but not exclusively to contemporary womenswear, menswear, swimwear, activewear and leisurewear. Check out their new Patternbank Online Textile Design Studio Profile Page.

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If you’re a textile print design studio, we’re guessing you’ve seen the way things are moving online and this is set to increase rapidly over the next few years. Why not join Patternbank and start selling your work online. There are many benefits which include:

  • Receive 60% of all sales made instantly via PayPal

  • Access to the thousands of worldwide buyers that visit Patternbank

  • Choose between Exclusive and Non-Exclusive Licenses

  • Save on printing lots of expensive and wasteful fabric samples

  • Free monthly trend newsletter written by our trend team

  • Appear in Studio highlight feature posts & Seasonal trend reports

Claim your free profile page now
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Patternbank and The London Textile Fair recently teamed up at London’s the biggest textile event at the Business Design Centre in Islington. The fair was a huge success and reached capacity, with 370 exhibitors taking part at this seasons event. TLTF was once again split into three industry sections(Textiles, Print Studios, Accessories & Trim) making it incredibly easy for buyers to meet and view exhibitors new seasons collections.

Once again Patternbank were pleased to partner with the fair to curate and build the inspirational trend forum areas for Autumn/Winter 16/17. Here we focused on four over arching macro trends for the mills to channel their fabrics through – Atmospheric Form / Gothic History / Crafted Texture / Electric.

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Hand drawn using metallic inks on velvety black paper, Mary O’Malley captures complex detail and creates a new world of hybrid chandeliers, curious bouquets, dense gardens and imagined landscapes. They evoke images of intricate lace patterns for us and have an almost embroidered quality to them. Her inspiration comes from botanical illustration, nature, decorative art, architecture and textile patterns which is truly evident in these beautiful decorative drawings. To see more of her work maryomalleyart.com

 

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