The Patternbank Team bring you the key Print Trends from the Spring/Summer 2018 Menswear Catwalk shows, alongside our curated print designs from The Patternbank Online Textile Studio. Check out our Summer 2018 collection of prints at The Patternbank Studio.
ORIENT » Dolce & Gabbana / Pb17 by mrdgk / Hand Drawn Koi Fish in Orchideas by Magdalena Maczewska / Band of Outsiders / Carpe Diem by Morselli Mattia / Carpe Diem by Morselli Mattia / Emporio Armani
BLOOMING » Antonio Marras / Flowers Together by Riverside Bonfire Studio (Premium Studio) / MSGM / Flowers in Black & White by MKDesigns / Frost Rose by Kathleen Ney (Premium Studio) / No.21
HAWAIIAN VACATION » Dsquared / Blue Hawaiian by Shock Rider Creative Studio / Dries Van Noten / Ami / Palm Angels / Lush Jungle by Katya Rozz / Black Outlines Hibiscus With Leaves and Flowers by Christine Lara
The Patternbank Team bring you Part 1 of the key Print Trends from the Fall 2017 Menswear Catwalk shows, alongside our curated print designs from The Patternbank Online Textile Studio. Check out more of our Fall 2017 prints at The Patternbank Studio.
CALL OF THE WILD » Etro / The Eagle in the Mountains Scene by Jo Mitchell (Premium Design) / Les Benjamins / Etro / Dream Mountains by Dunya Atay / Fierce Animal by Studio Lebra / Balmain
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 are loving Francesco Clement’s Models as Muse series for Harpers Bazaar. Celebrating super models past and present, Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista, Anne Ewers, Liya Kebede and Iman. Captured on canvas adorned in gowns from Versace, Valentino, Tom Ford, Dolce & Gabbana and Salvatore Ferragamo and snapped with their portraits by photographer Jason Schmidt. To see the full article visit Harpers Bazaar here.
The Patternbank Team have analysed the collections showing on the Milan catwalks to bring you Part 1 of the print and pattern highlights from the Italian shows. Eccentricity and mad combinations are a key trend with pattern clash and layering featuring heavily throughout the shows. Colourful and patched furs are a staple from graphic zig-zagging from Salvatore Ferragamo to eccentrically patched fur gillets from Antonio Marras. Watch out for Part 2 of Milan’s best to follow.
Dolce & Gabbana A/W 16/17
Romantic Florals – Tack lines – Floral Relief & Embellishment – Cat Conversational – Animal Prints – Underwear Lace – Military Details
Dolce & Gabbana photos via Vogue.com
Antonio Marras A/W 16/17
Pattern Mash-ups – Romantic Florals – Lacey Inlays – Metallic Weaves – Animal Prints – Fur Trims & Mixes – Palm Prints – Patched Brocade – Ornamental Scrolls
Antonio Marras photos via Vogue.com
Salvatore Ferragamo A/W 16/17
Bold Zig-zags – Black & Candy Colour Mixes – Chunky Stripes – Sharp Geos – Multi Colour Furs – Bird Cage prints – Rickrack Trims – Giant Hounds Tooth – Monochrome Checkerboard Pattern
Salvatore Ferragamo photos via Vogue.com
Patternbank bring you the final instalment of Milan Fashion Week where Milan continued to show a strong trend towards print and pattern from textiles around the world, tropicals with a hint of South America and Peru from Stella Jean were strong on the catwalk. As were Missoni’s vibrant array of stripes going in every direction with a free loose ethnic feel to them. Catch Paris Fashion Week here on Patternbank later this week.
Stella Jean S/S16
Embroidered Floral Prints – South American Textiles – Exotic Birds – Colourful Textile Patchworks – Tropical Fruits – Striped Tablecloths – Raffia and Pom Poms – Traditional Costumes – African Patterns
Stella Jean Photos via Vogue.co.uk
Ombre Chevrons – Varied Stripes – Hand Painted Look – African Tribal Prints – Freehand Zig-Zag – Sporty Stripes – Brilliant Colour-ways – Mixed Layouts – Stripe Blocks – Bold Black Accents – Textured Line
Missoni Photos via Vogue.co.uk
Antonio Marras S/S16
Romantic Rose Prints – English Garden – Elaborate Applique – Renaissance Decoration – Antique Lace Finishes – Distinguished Ribbons and Braids – Tonal Leaf Prints – Autumnal Colour
Antonio Marras Photos via Vogue.co.uk
Abstract Tropical – Simple Silhouettes – Sophisticated Leaf Pattern – Colour Block Geos – Large Scale Abstract Leaf – Primary Colour – Graphic Shapings – Sporty Contrasts – Minimalist Line
Marni Photos via Vogue.co.uk
Dolce & Gabbana S/S16
Summer Botanicals – Embroidered Lace – Opulent Framed Prints – Meadow Florals – Rose Garden Prints – Expressive Brush Marks – Romantic Florals – Painterly Styles – 50’s Riviera – Italian Traditions
Dolce & Gabbana Photos via Vogue.co.uk
Geometric Patterns – Abstract Layouts – Checks and Plaids – Geometric Fabric Applique – Colour Block Placements – Painted Marks – Woven Details – Ethnic Mark Making – Fringing Asscesories
MSGM Photos via Vogue.co.uk
Restless Sleepers S/S16
Expressive Line – Bold Tropical Florals – Simple Leave Shapes – Statement Florals – Vibrant Colour – Placed Layouts – 70’s Loungewear – Vintage Geometrics – Contrasting Scales
Restless Sleepers Photos via Vogue.com
Animal Skin Mix Ups – Bold Brush Marks – Vibrant Colour Clashes – Abstract Pattern – Skin on Skin – New Camouflage Combinations – Patched Animal Print – Overlaid Print Marking
Versace Photos via Vogue.co.uk
Tattoo Cover Ups – Tie Dye Denim – Colourful Embroideries – Tropical Surf Style – Neon Brights – Wetsuit Details – Parrots and Tropical Palms – Bejewelled Finishes – Placement Prints
DSquared2 Photos via Vogue.co.uk
Ethnic Border Prints – Paisley Patterns – Borders and Striped Layouts – Decorative Edges – Embellished Detailing – Eastern Style – Romantic Boho – Braids and Trim Details
Fay Photos via Vogue.co.uk
Patternbank brings you some more key print highlights from the Menswear Catwalk collections for Autumn/Winter 2014. Feast your eyes on some strong print and pattern looks fresh from the Milan shows.
Dolce & Gabbana – A/W 2014
Medieval Pageantry – References to Regal Splendour – Church Engravings – Coat of Arms – Opulent and Exuberant Decoration
Dolche & Gabbana photos via Style.com
Roberto Cavalli – A/W 2014
Hybrid Animal Prints – Hand-Tooled Leather – Artistic Paint Splatters – Zebra Shirtings – Photographic Landscapes – Textural Pattern Plays – Creative Print Mixes
Roberto Cavalli photos via Style.com
Vivienne Westwood – A/W 2014
Geometric Foil Print – Architectural Patterned Suitings – Political Slogans – Bold Fractured Geometrics – Elizabethan Paintings – Underwater Botanicals – Sea Creature Studies – Hand Drawn Political T-Shirt Graphics
Vivienne Westwood photos via Style.com
MSGM – A/W 2014
Plaids with Camouflage Overprint – Textured & Marbled Effects – Foil Print Highlights – Natural Elements – Cracked Effects – Fractured & Earthquake Markings – Overlaid Rock Prints as Camo
MSGM photos via Style.com
Versace – A/W 2014
Western & Vegas Inspired Motifs – Distressed Denim – Paint Splats and Patches – Bandana Prints – Motorbike Photo Montage – Bold Geometric Pattern
Versace photos via Style.com
The Patternbank team love this latest luxury brand collaboration that we spotted recently. Musician M.I.A. has teamed up with Versace in presenting a striking collection for the label’s Versus offshoot. For her capsule line, the 38-year old singer looked to counterfeit culture and the Versace knock offs she recalls seeing on market stalls as a youngster to inform her designs. Check out Versace for the full collection.
Patternbank brings you the highlights from Milan S/S 2014 Fashion Week. This is the first instalment where we have selected designers showing key print trends for Spring / Summer 2014. Watch out for Part 2 which will follow shortly and also the up and coming Paris Show which we will also be covering here at Patternbank.
Antonio Marras S/S 2014
Botanical Engravings – Illustrative Landscapes – Border Prints – Distorted Portraits – Supersize Cut-out Florals – Loose and Sketchy Drawings – Painterly Brush Marks – Delicate Colour Palettes – Collaged and Layered Looks
Antonio Marras photos via Style.com
Emporio Armani S/S 2014
Monet Inspired Water Lillies – Enchanted Gardens – Soft and Faded Watercolours – Tropical Forest Prints – Blurred Palm Leafs – Iridescent and Metallic – Pastel and Soft Hues
Emporio Armani photos via Style.com
Just Cavalli S/S 2014
Colourful and Colliding Collage Mix Ups – Exuberant Tropicals – Bold Leopard Prints – Brash Tartan Mixing – Distressed Areas – Neon Colour Bursts – Photographic Floral Cut-outs – Enhanced Colour
Just Cavalli photos via Style.com
Prada S/S 2014
Illustrative Style – Art Mural Portraits – Crafted Abstract Shapes – Bold Colour Combinations – Stencil Cut-outs – Collage Simplicity – Spectacular Colour Blocking – Pop Art Street Style
Prada photos via Style.com
Versace S/S 2014
Blurring and Distortion – Large Scale Abstract Blooms – Over Scaled Imagery – Opulent Border Schemes – Photographic Floral Collage – Abstracted Photo Prints – Shiny and Textured Surfaces
Versace photos via Style.com
Etro S/S 2014
Sketchy Illustrations – Ethnic Block Prints – Morocan Influences – Over-scaled Paisley Prints – Pattern Patchwork – Border and Scarf Print Layouts – Accent Colour – Pastel Hues
Etro photos via Style.com
Alberta Ferretti S/S 2014
Scarf and Border print Layouts – Opulent Border Schemes – Graduation in Pattern – Multicoloured Florals – Folkloric Inspired – Ribbons and Braids – Bold Stripes – Vibrant Colour Use
Alberta Ferretti photos via Style.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.
Oil Paint Expression – Loosely Rendered Pattern – Marbling and Mineral pattern references – Freshly Painted form – Movement Lines – Unexpected Brights
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
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
Native American References – Twisted Cultures – Tribal Reworks with Folkloric inspirations – Energetic visuals – Vibrant Brights – Summer Ikat looks
Mid Scale Florals – Powerful, Bold Colour Plays – Vivid Color mixes – Saturated Prints & Botanical Studies – Tropical References – Overgrown Country Gardens Studies – 60s Vibe Florals
Stark Contrasting Patterns – Optical Plays – Floral mixed with Geometric Prints – Structure and linear form visuals – High contrast statements – Chevron and Stripe Abstract Prints
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.
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