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The Patternbank Team have been analysing the latest Resort 2017 collections and have put together the strongest print trends alongside designs from the Patternbank Online Textile Design Studio that we think perfectly complement each story. The Resort collections give us a sneak preview of what we can expect from the Spring/Summer 2017 Catwalk shows. Slightly more commercially focused, but nevertheless important in their instant availability and timely showings, even the men are getting in on the act showcasing men’s pre-collections alongside womenswear. Watch out for Part 2 later this week.

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Floral Solos » Pink Flowers 02 by dancelstudio / Rachel Zoe / Dreamy Pansy Floral by Mercedes Quevedo / Christopher Kane / Alexis Mabille / Daisies and Anemones by Flavia Suguitani Cintra Esteves / Christian Sirano / Painted Tulip Floral by Jo Mitchell

Designs available to buy on The Patternbank Studio, Catwalk images via Vogue.com

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The Patternbank team have been busy extracting all the key print looks for you in the final instalment of New York Fashion Week. Once again we saw designers take a trip to the 60’s and 70’s, with Glam rock and bohemian styling being the key print trends coming through from New York this Fall season. Look out for our forthcoming reports on London Fashion Week.

Libertine F/W16

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Modern 60s Graphics & Prints -Pattern Riots – Funky Political Statements – Beautiful Embellishments –  Decorative Typography – OTT Styling & Patchworks

Libertine Photos via Vogue.com

Anna Sui F/W16

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Sixties Enhanced Pattern – Modern Pop Art Plays  – New Biba References  – Psychedelic Prints  – Bohemian 60s Retro Prints

Anna Sui Photos via Vogue.com

Vivienne Tam F/W16

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Turkisk Carpet Patterns – North Asian Traditional Costume References  – Eclectic Folkloric Plays  – Explored Patchwork & Ikat

Vivienne Tam Photos via Vogue.com

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Patternbank brings you some of the key print trend highlights from Pre-Fall 2015. The team have put together groups of the most inspirational and current prints appearing throughout the collections this Pre Season

Botanical Studies

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Valentino / Akris / Valentino – photos via Style.com & Vogue

Rich Embroidered Botanicals – Ditzy Floral Heads – Black Backgrounds – Floral Studies – Long Stems – Leaf and Foliage – Deep Border Prints  

Fragmented Geometrics

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Clover Canyon / Givenchy / Derek Lam 10 Crosby / Kenzo / ICB / Burberry – photos via Style.com & Vogue

Geometric Overlays – Colour Blocked Checks – Deconstructing Blocks – Air Brushed Edges – Over-scaled Geometrics  

Boho

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Alice & Olivia / Nicole Miller / Giamba – photos via Style.com & Vogue

Oriental Motifs – Over Scaled – Faded and Worn Areas – Voysey Patterns  – Paisley Mixing – 70’s Styling  

Small Scale

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Sonia Rykiel / 10 Crosby / Sonia Rykiel / Valentino / Sonia Rykiel / Giamba – photos via Style.com & Vogue

Dotted Texture – Crammed Ditsy Florals – William Morris Pattern – Camouflage Colour – Laura Ashley Types – Dark Backgrounds – Multi Coloured Florals 

Skin & Scales

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Just Cavalli / Max Mara / Just Cavalli – photos via Style.com & Vogue

New Skin Patterns – Snake Scales – Faux Fur Pattern – Photographic Animal Prints – Geometric Pattern Skins

Abstract Camo

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Sonia by Sonia Rykiel / Diane Von Furstenberg / Gucci – photos via Style.com & Vogue

New Colour Combinations – Camouflage Clash – Over Scaled Animal Prints – Abstract Leave Shapes – Silhouettes and Shadowed Imagery 

Faded Textiles

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Nicole Miller / MM6 Maison Martin Margiela /Nicole Miller / Antonio Maras / Nicole Miller / Antonio Maras – photos via Style.com & Vogue

Worn Pattern Fade Outs – Darned and Repaired – Pattern Mixing – Merging Marks – Off Set – Soft Colour Backgrounds – Smudged and Blurred  

Mono Floral

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Lela Rose / Diane Von Furstenberg / Erdem – photos via Style.com & Vogue

Two Colour Prints – Relief Florals – Bold Simplicity – Large Stencilled Florals – Monochromatic – Over-scaled Blooms

Neo Classical

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Tory Burch / Dsquared2 / Alice & Olivia – photos via Style.com & Vogue

Large Scale Rocco Pattern – Symmetrical Repeats – Interior Furnishing Styles – Opulence – Bold Print – Structured Jacquard – Embroidered Embellishment

Ink Effects

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Emporio Armani / Elie Saab / Marissa Webb / Elie Saab / Milly / Lela Rose – photos via Style.com & Vogue

Blurred Distortion – Inky Marks – Dark Blacks and Blues –  Photographic Techniques – Bleached out Highlights – Paint Smudges – Large Scale Florals

Patternbank brings you some key print highlights from the Pre Fall 2014 collections. Even though these pre season collections are not as print heavy as other seasons there are still some interesting developments that caught our eye. Check back soon for further updates from the shows.

Clover Canyon – Pre Fall 2014

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Abstract Pattern Form – Map and Chart Plays  – Dark Vintage Florals  – Halftone Overprints – Engineered Stripes – Printed Pleated looks

Clover Canyon photos via Style.com

Prabal Gurung – Pre Fall 2014

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Unexpected Asymmetries – Brushed Stripes  – Oversized Placements  – Fractured Patterns – Bold Optical Geometrics – Inverted Colour Use

Prabal Gurung photos via Style.com

Zero + Maria Cornejo – Pre Fall 2014

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Crazed Pattern – Textural Allover Prints  – Monochromatic Colour  – Modern Tie-Dye Effects – Brushed Movement – Overprinted and Masked Pattern

Zero + Maria Cornejo photos via Style.com

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Patternbank brings you our second print highlight report on the recent New York A/W 2013 Fashion shows. In this instalment we have again selected key designers showing the strongest print trends for Fall / Winter 2013. Keep an eye out for our reports on London, Milan and Paris Shows which we will also be covering here at Patternbank.

Clover Canyon A/W 2013

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Graphic Constructivism – Mirrored Pattern – High Contrast Baroque Styling – Fractured Forms – Monochrome Looks – Russian Folk References

Clover Canyon photos via Fashionising.com

Libertine A/W 2013

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Oversized Wallpaper Pints – Art House Brush Marks – Gold Embroidery Highlights -Structured Polka Dot Prints – Rich Pattern Effects – Accidental Marks

Libertine photos via Fashionising.com

Helmut Lang A/W 2013

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Monochromic Geometric Motifs – Sliced Patterns – Artistic Brush Marks – Visual Texture Within Pattern – Structure Within Print

Helmut Lang photos via Fashionising.com

Marc By Marc Jacobs A/W 2013

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Pattern Within Florals – Large Scale Scattered Floral Layout – Colour Intensified Looks – Optical Plays – 60’s Pattern Plays

Marc By Marc Jacobs photos via Fashionising.com

Carolina Herrera A/W 2013

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Spacial Pattern Layouts – Flowing Silk Prints – Glamorous Blooms – Stylised Chrysanthemum – Large Midsize Florals

Carolina Herrera photos via fashionising.com

Christian Siriano A/W 2013

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Opulent Decoration  – Abstracted Prints – Warped Photo Prints – Lux Interior References  – Gold Highlights

Christian Siriano photos via Fashionising.com

J Crew A/W 2013

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Bold Prints – Mix and Match Print Plays – Romantic Allover Florals – Reinterpreted Traditional Pattern – Mixed Moroccan Prints

J Crew photos via Fashionising.com

 

 

Patternbank brings you the second instalment of our highlights from New York Fashion Week. Here we have selected designers showing the key print trends for Spring / Summer 2013. We will also be covering London Fashion Week, Milan and Paris in the next few weeks. See part 1 here.

Proenza Schouler SS2013

Abstracted and Distressed / Photographic Landscapes / Graphic Impact / Patchwork Pieces

Proenza Schouler photos via Vogue.com

 

Diane Von Furstenberg SS2013

Stylised Florals / Silhouettes / Large Scale Skins / Strong Graphics / Drawn Marks

Diane Von Furstenberg photos via vogue.com

 

Marc by Marc Jacobs SS2013

Mix Matched Prints / Maasai-Inspired Checks / Gingham Mixes / Urban Graphics

Marc by Marc Jacobs photos via Vogue.com

 

Sophie Theallet SS2013

Printed Motifs / Kaleidoscopic Effects / Brush Strokes / Dragonflies / Burn Orange / Iridescent Colour

Sophie Theallet photos via Vogue.com

 

Tory Burch SS2013

Country Chic / Prairie Florals / Embroidered Folk / Tribal and Travel Mixes / Tie Dye Effects

Tory Burch photos via Vogue.com

 

Marc Jacobs SS2013

Horizontal and Vertical Stripes / Circus Stripes / Psychedelic Curves / Checkerboard Squares / Stripes and Check Mix

Marc Jacobs photos via Vogue.com

 

J.mendel SS2013

Rich Florals / Inky Watercolours / Floral Overlays  / Jewel Colours

J.Mendel photos via Vogue.com

 

Zero Maria Cornejo SS2013

Mono-print and Woodblock Prints / Primitive Futuristic / Monochromatic Palette

Zero Maria Cornejo photos via Vogue.com

Patternbank breaks down the key print trends from the Cruise/Resort Pre Spring 2013 catwalk Shows. These shows are a great insight into the upcoming Spring/Summer 2013 catwalk shows (which we’ll also be covering). Here we bring you a concise overview of the most influential print trends emerging from these recent Resort shows. This is the first instalment featuring six key print trend stories, Part 2 will follow shortly. Sign up to our Newsletter to find out when part 2 is live on the site.

Abstract Pattern

Oil Paint Expression – Loosely Rendered Pattern – Marbling and Mineral pattern references – Freshly Painted form – Movement Lines – Unexpected Brights

Monique LhuillierIssey Miyake, Issey MiyakeJohn GallianoTSEChristopher KanePreenJosie Natori. Photos Via Fashionising.com

Border Decor

Dissected Border Prints – Stripes in Border format – Intense Border use – Deconstructed Paisley Print Elements – Enlarged Border detail – New Forms of Engineered Prints –  Repositioned pattern structures – Baroque Border prints

Carolina HerreraRoberto Cavalli, CelineAntonio Berardi, EtroAnna Sui, Nanette LeporeAnna Sui, Givenchy.   Photos Via Fashionising.com

Brushed Statements

Subtle Art Brush Strokes – Paint Dabs – Oil Paint Textures – Bold & Bright Colour Hues – Fun Paint statements – Gradient Colour effects – Single Stroke Brush Marks – Brush Movement Marks – Textured Brush Patterns – Mixed scale brush work

Emporio ArmaniGabriele ColangeloTribune Standard, Carolina Herrera,  Christopher Kane,  Christopher Kane.  Photos Via Fashionising.com

Ethnic Energy

Native American References – Twisted Cultures – Tribal Reworks with Folkloric inspirations – Energetic visuals – Vibrant Brights – Summer Ikat looks

Bibhu Mohapatra, Mara Hoffman, Tory BurchVersace, AltuzarraBCBG Max AzriaAltuzarraThakoon, BCBG Max Azria.  Photos Via Fashionising.com

Intense Bloom

Mid Scale Florals – Powerful, Bold Colour Plays – Vivid Color mixes – Saturated Prints & Botanical Studies – Tropical References – Overgrown Country Gardens Studies – 60s Vibe Florals

PreenFrancesco Scognamiglio, Alice + Olivia, Barbara Tfank, GucciStella McCartneyMother of PearlMoschinoMarc Jacobs.   Photos Via Fashionising.com

Monochrome Impact

Stark Contrasting Patterns – Optical Plays – Floral mixed with Geometric Prints – Structure and linear form visuals – High contrast statements – Chevron and Stripe Abstract Prints

Balmain, Rachel RoyC’N’C Costume National, Anna Sui, Emilio PucciAntonio Marras.   Photos Via Fashionising.com

Check back soon or sign up to the Patternbank’s newsletter for info on Part 2 of this essential print trend report to aid you in your new collection developments.