Patternbank brings you a concise overview of the most important print & pattern collections, from Spring 2018 RTW London shows.


Mary Katrantzou

Images via Vogue

Rich Embroidered Florals – Paint-by-numbers – Oversized Blooms – Floral Studies – Lego Block Pattern – Embellished Detail – Sportswear Edge

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Marc Jacobs SS18 RTW collection was a bright burst of retro florals and over-scaled abstract shaped prints. Watch out for the highlights from London Fashion Week to follow.

Marc Jacobs photos via Vogue.com

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Patternbank loved the Michael Kors Collection, a breezy palette of pastel tropicals with a beachwear vibe for SS18 at New York Fashion Week. Subtle Tie Dying and a shadowed palm tree print were among the highlights of this laid back collection.

Michael Kors Collection via Vogue.com

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Diane von Furstenberg’s SS18 RTW NY collection was a strong palette of rich colours, striking colour blocking and lush hand painted oriental Lilies and graphic flora.

Diane von Furstenberg photos via Vogue.com

Vivienne Tam’s SS18 RTW NY collection was a mix of Chinese mystical cultures, with this seasons focal point being the Chinese blockbuster Sci Fi film, Monster Hunt.

Vivienne Tam photos via Vogue.com

Patternbank loved Warm’s SS18 RTW NY collection, a mixture of prints and patterns from far flung travels to India, Japan, Africa, the Aegean and Provenance.

Warm photos via Vogue.com

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Tory Burch showed a fresh collection of spring hues and graphic patterns for her SS18 New York RTW collection. There were interlocking tiled motifs on silk wrap dresses and a beautiful medallion placement pattern.

Tory Burch photos via Vogue.com

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Patternbank bring you our new quick response catwalk print analysis, we aim to highlight the key and most directional print & pattern focused collections. In the first of our New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018 print and pattern designer highlights, we look to Red Valentino’s collection of bold red and blue Bandana prints.

Red Valentino photos via Vogue.com

Watch out for our Spring/Summer 2018 Catwalk Print Trend Report to inspire you in all your new seasonal developments. This will include print trends seen through out New York, London, Milan & Paris Fashion weeks.

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The Patternbank team recently attended Graduate Fashion Week in London’s East End. GFW is the world’s leading event celebrating the creativity of students and graduates within fashion. We’ve highlighted the strongest print & pattern focused collections from the four day event.

Irene D’Antonio – Edinburgh College of Art


Frankie Dean – Edinburgh College of Art


Abisola Akanni – De Montfort University

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Patternbank bring you part 2 of the strongest print and pattern trends seen at the recent Resort 2018 collections. A creative mix of patterns ranging  from vibrant circus inspired stripes and geometrics, to an eclectic collection of conversational prints, with floral patterns in a simple minimal colour palette, contrasting opulent trellis prints. Hot on the heels of resort, SS18 Menswear is already in full swing, so keep your eyes open for our coverage of the Menswear catwalk collections.

Blossom Tree

Monique Lhuillier / Seamless Flowers Pattern by Eduardo Doreni / Carolina Herrera / Soft Lillies & Plumeria Feminine Floral by Elena MalikSeamless Tropical Pattern by Eduardo Doreni / Cinq a Sept / Cherry Blossoms in Navy by Zoe Allen

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


Colourful Circus

Missoni / Geometric Ornate by Kostin Sergey / House of Holland / Lines Mix Colours by Camila Coelho / Mara Hoffman / Geometric Effect by Camila Coelho / Carolina Herrera / Stripe by Owl Prints

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


Two Colour

Preen Line / Blue Flowers by Motifsbis / Derek Lam / Meadow sprigs by Nia Martin / Fire Leaf by Sofia Alves / Diane von Furstenberg / Stargazer by Jemma Figgins / Edun

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

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Patternbank bring you the strongest print and pattern trends seen at the recent Resort 2018 collections. A bold mixture of bright vintage inspired florals and continuation of  simple botanical prints, to ornate and decorative paisley border patterns. Watch out for part 2 of our print trend analysis next week.

Vintage Brights

Vintage Floral Background Gray by Rafael Barbosa de Oliveira / Pringle of Scotland / Vintage Outlines Retro Style 70s Spring Summer Poppy Floral by Laura Thompson / MSGM / Gucci / Rose and Flowers on Dark Green by Lauren Eberhardt / Warm / Retro Flowers by Estudio Bloom Prints

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


 

Border Beauty

Valentino / VK-38 Flower Stripes by Victoria Krupp / Etro / Flowered Paisleys by Aline Chacon / Ornamental Scarf Edge by Debra Scrivener / Chloe / PD Laced by Charlotte Prinsen / Altuzarra

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


 

Simple Botanical

No.21 / Flora by Slender Prints / Bottega Veneta / Branches with Chrysanthemums by Maite Tiscar / Phillip Lim / Painted Floral by Wren / Marcus Lupfer / Meadow Allover Floral by Nia Martin

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


 

Delicate Ditsy

Brock Collection / Ditsy Flower by Joseph Sengco / Joseph / Watercolour Ditsy Floral by Guava Print Studio / Brock Collection / Novis / Watercolour Ditsy Botanical by Guava Print Studio / Lela Rose

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


 

Monochrome Life

B&W Rose with Stripes by Ahmetsenel / ZAC Zac Posen / Chevron Stripe by Melanie Gow / Adam Lippes / Alice & Olivia / Blue Blossoms Stripe Gold by Camila Coelho / Tomas Maier / Black and White Diamond Geometric by Eleonora Yerolemou

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


 

Hexagon Order

Hexagons and Circles by Michele Tozzi / Bibhu Mohapatra / Patchwork with Butterflies by Sunpattern / Derek Lam / Diane Von Furstenberg / Youthful Kaleidoscope Hexagon by Brittany Zeller-Holland / Antonio Marras / Retro Geometric by Francesca Warren

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

 

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The Patternbank team bring you our print and pattern top ten Resort 2018 collections. Look out for our print and pattern trend analysis of all the Resort 18 collections which will be live later this week.

Temperley London » Resort 2018


Alena Akhmadullina » Resort 2018


Louis Vuitton » Resort 2018


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Patternbank highlight some of the recent Resort 2018 Collections, in particular Valentino, who showed a strong palette of colours, from pink to green, yellow and red, alongside bold ethnic prints and placement embroidery, all mixed with a young, sporty vibe. Watch out for more on the Resort 2018 shows, which are a great insight into the next upcoming trends of the season.

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Patternbank brings you another Fall17 catwalk print spotlight. These posts deliver 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:  Overlaid Pattern  / Playful Geometrics   / Floral & Geo Mixes / Bold Vibrant Colour Plays / Revived Archive Patterns / Clashing Geometrics / Bold Colour Mixes / Dazzle Prints    

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

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Patternbank brings you another Fall17 catwalk print spotlight. These posts deliver 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:  Outlined Florals / Vintage Rose Prints  / Expressive Hand Painted Blooms / Dark Grounds / New Romantics Styling / Layered Florals /  Feminine Looks / Layered Bouquets / Floral Garden Explosion   

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

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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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Exquisite hand embroidered textiles with threads intact, reminiscent of samplers from historical collections, were the offerings from Sarah Burton and her team for the Alexander McQueen fall 2017 collection at Paris Fashion Week. They found their inspirations in Cornwall, collections of flora and fauna, sun and star symbols and ribbons and threads, a truly beautiful offering.

See the full Alexander McQueen collection on Vogue.com

Watch out for our Fall 2017 Catwalk Print Trend Report to inspire you in all your new seasonal developments – live in March. Check out our Spring/Summer 2017 Catwalk report here.

Valentino looked to the Memphis Group for his inspiration, prints were abstract and bold in ice cream colours, with wonderfully curious florals for Fall 2017.

See the full Valentino collection on Vogue.com

Cosmic Love was the title for Manish Arora’s Fall 2017 collection at Paris Fashion Week. A colourful gathering of tribal love alongside trippy space rockets and a hint of contemporary abstract art in a riot of colour.

See the full Manish Arora collection on Vogue.com