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Patternbank have been painstakingly scouring the current Pre-Autumn/Winter 2016/17 collections and have put together the strongest print trends alongside designs from our Patternbank Textile Design Studio that we think perfectly compliment each story. ThePre-Autumn/Winter collections are a great indicator as to which print trends are going to be strong for this season. Watch out for Part 2 next week.

Life on Earth

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Preen by Thornton Bregazzi / Dennis Basso / Vionnet / Tibi / Gucci / Tadashi Shoji – photos via Vogue.co.uk

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Life on Earth inspired Patternbank Studio Designs by

Burcu Korkmazyürek, Ricardo Alexandre, Suhita Mitra, Fernando Palma


 

Cute Conversation

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Sea / Valentino / Stella McCartney / Veronique Branquinho / Victoria, Victoria Beckham / Vionnet – photos via Vogue.co.uk

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Cute Conversation inspired Patternbank Studio Designs by

Sara Mitrovic, Kayleigh Flattery, Nicky Starrett, Freya


 

Sparse Florals

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Rebecca Taylor / Topshop Unique / Rochas / Kate Spade / Carolina Herrera / Sachin + Babi – photos via Vogue.co.uk

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Sparse Florals inspired Patternbank Studio Designs by

Sarah Woodward, Sikdesign, Maria Isabel Rodriguez, Sandra Douse


 

Dotted

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Carven / Diane Von Furstenberg / Altuzurra – photos via Vogue.co.uk

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Dotted inspired Patternbank Studio Designs by

Aleksandr Lyatychevskiy, Kasheva


 

Animal Magic

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Fendi / Creatures of the Wind / Jason Wu / Burberry Prorsum / Calvin Klein / Coach – photos via Vogue.co.uk

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Animal Magic inspired Patternbank Studio Designs by

Leticia Tescaro, Merve Aruta, Roberto Guidolin, Fernando Palma


 

Foulard Precision

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Bottega Veneta / Clover Canyon / Lanvin / Clover Canyon / Temperley London / Versace – photos via Vogue.co.uk

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Foulard Precision inspired Patternbank Studio Designs by

Anton Karyuk, Maria Naumenkova, Gaiane Astsaturian, Sandra Douse


 

Folk Placement

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Naem Khan / Marcus Lupfer / Antonio Marras – photos via Vogue.co.uk

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Folk Placement inspired Patternbank Studio Designs by

Merve Aruta, Victoria Krupp

This week the Patternbank Team have been finding inspiration on the London catwalks Spring/Summer 15 where print and pattern has been strong with bold individuality in expressive florals and painterly marks to more delicate and intricate pattern. Spring fresh colours were accompanied with solid black and navy for a new summer vibe. Look out for more of the catwalk collection to follow later this week.

Jena. Theo S/S 15

Fresh Botanical Drawings – Expressive Hand Drawn Florals – Watercolour Washes – Overpainted Brushstrokes – Bold Black Paint Strokes – Photographic Floral Cut-outs – Dahlia and Sunflower Heads – Ink Outlines

Jena. Theo photos via vogue.co.uk

Preen By Thornton Bregazzi S/S 15

Romantic Florals – Pattern Layers – Sportswear Stripes – Dashes and Dots – Masai Warrior – Lace Cut-outs – Devore Silks – Sporty Trims – Fluorescent Beaded Accents – Asymmetric Stripe and Pattern Layouts – Monotone Florals

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi photos via vogue.co.uk

Fyodor Golan S/S 15

High Tech Fabrics – Laser Cut Embellishment – Photographic Leaf Print – Collaged Stripes – Reflective Surfaces – Neon Floral Motifs – American Football Prints – Digital Romance – Lucio Fonatana Slashed Canvas – Neon Plastics and Silicon

Fyodor Golan photos via vogue.co.uk

Jasper Conran S/S 15

Drawn Line – Clean Crisp Linework – Painted Brushmarks – Expressive Scribbles – Geometric Cut-outs – Paint Splatters – Neutral Colour Pallette – Collaged Assembles – Artistic Creations

Jasper Conran photos via vogue.co.uk

Temperley London S/S 15

Japanese Kimono Inspired – Intricate Foulard Patterns – Geometric Mixed Pattern – Fishnet and Ropework – Simple Check Mixes – Diamond Patterns – Underwater Sea creatures – Shells and Coral

Temperley London photos via vogue.co.uk

Bora Aksu S/S 15

Overscaled Lace Placements – Applique and Cut-work – Delicate Geometric and Floral Pattern – Crochet and Hand-Made Embroideries  – Soft Blue Colour pallettes – Folk Embroidered References – Hearts and Scrolls

Bora Aksu photos via vogue.co.uk

Holly Fulton S/S 15

60’s Floral Motifs – Folk Inspired – Monochrome Pattern – Floral and Geometric Pattern – Engineered Placements – Morris Dancer Decoration – Checker and Diamond Pattern – Pretty Embellishments – Sunburst Motif

Holly Fulton photos via vogue.co.uk

Matthew Williamson S/S 15

Stylised Seventies Florals – Ombre Backgrounds – Offset Leaf Prints – Indonesian Ikats – Ethnic and Tropical Florals – Exotic Feathers – Trailing Foliage – Hibiscus Prints

Matthew Williamson photos via vogue.co.uk

House of Holland S/S 15

Seventies Kaleidoscopic Florals – Fun and Whimsical – Ombre Hippy – Applique Daisies – Paisley Ombre – Childlike Simplicity – Vibrant Colour Plays- Clustered Groupings – Floral Foulard Pattern

House of Holland photos via vogue.co.uk

 

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 brings you the highlights from New York Fashion Week. This is the first instalment where we have selected designers showing key print trends for Spring / Summer 2013. Watch out for Part 2 which will follow shortly and the up and coming London, Milan and Paris Shows which we will also be covering here at Patternbank. Part 2 now live – view it here.

Thakoon S/S 2013

Chinoiserie Inspired – Heavy Brocades – Silhouette Foliage – Humming Birds – Canary Yellow

Thakoon photos via Vogue.com

 

Suno S/S 2013

Floral Mixes – Foulard Pattern – Floral Sprigs – Country Chic – Metallic Sheen – Burnt Orange and Prairie Blue

Suno photos via Vogue.com

 

Phillip Lim S/S 2013

Checked Overlays – Plaid Combined Florals – Cut-up Mixes – Allover Florals – Dark Backgrounds – Rock Chic

Phillip Lim photos via Vogue.com

 

Peter Som S/S 2013

Clustered Ditsys – Bold Colour Combos – Abstract Florals – Faded Florals – Chevron Patterns

Peter Som photos via Vogue.com

 

Derek Lam S/S 2013

Repeated Geometrics – Sportswear Chic – Crochet and Macrame Looks – Madras Checks and Plaids

Derek Lam photos via Vogue.com

 

Custo Barcelona S/S 2013

Bold Geometrics – Pattern Mix Ups – Textured Fabric Patchworks – Embroidered and Embellished – Neon Brights

Custo Barcelona photos via Fashionising.com

Patternbank breaks down the key print trends from the Menswear Spring/Summer 2013 catwalk shows held in London, Milan and Paris. Here we bring you a concise overview of the key looks sure to influence the season. This is the first instalment featuring six key print trend stories, Part 2 will follow shortly. Sign up for our Weekly Newsletter to be kept right up to date with all the latest stories.

Art School

Painted Pictures – Large Scale Abstract – Paint Explosions – Bauhaus Expression – Creative Mixtures – Digital Pattern – Patchwork Mix

Givenchy, Poul Brouwer Ports 1961 Milharayasuhiro Raf Simons Jil Sander Vivienne Westwood Agi & Sam Bernhard Willhelm Photos Via Fashionising.com

Ethnic Tribe

Bold Ethnic Imagery – Mixing Pattern – Ikat Expression – Classic Batik – Decorated Indonesia – Modern Tribe – Resist Dye Batik

Miharayasuhiro, Vivienne Westwood, John Richmond, Miharayasuhiro, Bernhard Willhelm, Yohji Yamamoto, Henrik Vibskov, Missoni, Phillip Lim Photos via Fashionising.com

Check Mate

Country Gent – Over scaled Plaids – Graph and Grid-Like Checks – Classic Tartans

Thom Browne, Daks, Junya Watanabe Man, Shaun Samson, John Galliano, Poul Brouwer, Pringle of Scotland, Moschino, Dries Van Noten Photos Via Fashionising.com

Printed Outerwear

Foulard Motifs – Border Details – Pattern Layering – Printed Suiting – Small Scale Geometrics

Ann Demeulemeester, Burberry Prorsum, Roccobarocco, Burberry Prosum, Etro, Versace Photos via Fashionising.com

Indigo Denim

Batik Patterning – Woven Indigo Ikats – Bleach Effects – Denim Mixes – Shades Blues – Collaged Pattern

Etro, Missoni, Phillip Lim, Roccobarrocco, Louis Vuitton, Phillip Lim, Richard Nicoll, Diesel Black Gold  Photos via Fashionising.com

New Camouflage

Camouflage and Skins Mix – Garments Covered – Allover Camouflage – Floral Camouflage – Suited Camouflage

Dries Van Noten, Kenzo, Dries Van Noten, Kenzo, John Galliano, Dirk Birkkermbergs, Marc Jacobs, Pringle of Scotland, Qasimi Homme Photos via Fashionising.com

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