Today Patternbank are featuring the work of print designer Ania Dergachev in our ongoing series highlighting our fantastic designers here on the Patternbank Textile Print Design Studio. Ania joined Patternbank as a designer last year, her designs range from beautifully drawn illustrative animal compositions to hand drawn florals and foliage. Her designs have been featured on clothing from brands such as The Kooples, H&M and Robert Graham.

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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

Kenzo delivered a bold collection of contrasting Hawaiian coloured florals and plaid checks alongside some sophisticated ombre colourings for their Fall 2017 show at Paris Fashion Week.

See the full Kenzo collection on Vogue.com

Dries Van Noten’s Fall 2017 Collection at Paris Fashion Week was a dazzling retrospective of some of his favourite prints from Chintz to Japanese Kimonos and mezmerizing geometrics, all re-worked into a collection of fabulous dresses. This was Dries 100th show and featured models that walked the catwalk for him back in 1993, a strong and lasting image of powerful women in powerful prints.

See the full Dries collection on Vogue.com

Check out For Restless Sleepers latest collection at Milan’s Fashion Week, RTW Fall 17. A luscious mix of over-scaled scenic paintings, giant insects and wondrous creatures.

See the full For Restless Sleepers collection on Vogue.com

Antonio Marras hit the runway with his latest collection at Milan’s Fashion Week, RTW Fall 17. A crazy mix of traditional florals, checks and Argyle compiled in Antonio’s clever cut and paste tailoring.

See Antonio’s full collection on Vogue.com

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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