Bold Brush-marks / Horizontal Stripes / Inky Black / Saturated Colour / Watercolour Washes / Mono-prints / Nature Inspired / Drippy Textures / Styles Mixed
[Update] Report now available Première Vision + Indigo – Autumn/Winter 2013/14 – Print Trend Report
In this report we give you an early peek of four of our A/W 2013/14 print trends seen at the recent Premier Vision and Indigo trade shows. Patternbank’s trends team were on hand to research the key print and pattern trends seen at the show. We are currently working on a new and more extensive print trend report which will break down the 12 key stories with colour forecast direction, print inspiration and indispensable reference material.
Over-sized Flower Heads / Inky Colours / Florals With Mark Making / Single Blooms / Watercolour Backgrounds / Bleeding / Over-exposure / Flooded Ink / Intense Colour On Dark Backgrounds / Dusky Colour Schemes / Glowing Hues / Overlapping Areas
Bauhaus Expression / 1920′s 1960′s 1970′s Mixed / Omega Workshop References / Bloomsbury Style / Wallpaper Looks / Optical Mixes / Tie-style Foulards / Paisley Motifs / Grid-like Patterns / Chevron and Striped
Rococo Styles / Hidden Silhouettes / Baroque Imagery / Unfinished Work and Sketching / Bleach Effects / Victoriana / Devore Velvets / Scroll Work / Paisley Bleed / Decorative Work / Ornate Gold and Coppers
Urban Landscape / Photographic Cities Overlaid / Urban Imagery / Pixel Blur / Collage Mix / Graffiti One Colour / Black & White / Industrial Landscape / Mapping / Contour Lines / Mixed Drawn Imagery / Grainy Prints
Whether you are a small print studio, independent freelance designer, manufacturer or clothing line, this extensive report will give you a real insight into the most important print trends for Autumn/Winter 2013/14. This new improved PDF report will be your essential seasonal aid for your new print developments and colour direction.
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With the first day of INDIGO New York today, Patternbank thought we’d share the shows five surface design directions for Autumn Winter 2013/14. INDIGO New York has steadily become a must visit show for the textile design industry. Running for just 2 days: July 31 & 1st August, INDIGO is a great show for obtaining an insight into new print trends coming through for Autumn/Winter 2013. Indigo New York is also a great pre show before September’s Première Vision & Indigo in Paris. Find out more info about the current show at indigo-salon.
125 West, 18th Street (between 6th and 7th Avenues),
New York, NY 10011
July 31st – August 1st, 2012
9am – 6pm
All images above © Première Vision SA
Colour Story – Vibrant Glow for Spring Summer 2013 – Day Glow Brights – Acid Yellow – Fluorescent Touches – Dark Undertones – Indigo Blue – Microscopic Colour – Underwater Tropics
BCBG Resort 2013, Ohhappyday.com, Many Moons by Christopher David Ryan, Microscopy photograph of insects by Igor Siwanwics, Vibrant Render by Travess Smalley, Geodes by Elyse Graham, Andy Gilmore, Starfish, Moonstone, BCBG Resort 2013 image via fashioning.com
Patternbank brings you it’s second ‘Catwalk Print Trends’ round-up for A/W 2012. Covering all the shows from New York, London, Milan and Paris, we bring you the key looks that are sure to influence the season. These reports aim to give you a concise overview of the most influential print trends emerging from the recent catwalk season.
Collage of Art
Art statements – Collage expression – Abstract art forms – Patchwork forms – Texture plays – Exaggerated knits and appliqués – Spliced and overprinted form – Overlaid pattern – Varied art references
Oversize Jewels – Gold ornament – Bejewelled Tweed – Mirrored Holographic’s – Sequin Charmed – Costume crystals – Photographic prints - Visual opulence
Brocaded silks - Oriental motifs – Modern Eastern plays – Pattern and motif blends – Jacquard and embroidered details – Gold and metallic threads and print effects – Ornate dragon and bird motif use
Golden ecclesiastical - Glistening brocades - Metallic and burnished gold looks – Elaborately embellished – Cross stitch and Tapestry work – Pearl studded looks - Pearlescent shades – Opulent gold
Street Art beauty – Graphic symbol & icon use – Sprayed visual marks – Large scale art – Airbrushed visuals – Graphic havoc – Cut and paste looks – Typography pattern – Vivid colour use
Inspiration for Spring / Summer 2013 – Prints inspired by Indigo dyed cloths – Wax resist techniques – Hand drawn botanicals – Photographic prints – Japanese themes
Patternbank breaks down the key print trends seen on the recent A/W 2012 catwalks. Covering all the shows from New York, London, Milan and Paris, we bring you the key looks that are sure to influence the season. These reports aim to give you a concise overview of the most influential print trends emerging from the recent catwalk season. This is the first instalment featuring five key print trend stories spotted, Part 2 will follow shortly.
Upholstery prints – Mod geometric looks – Wallpaper inspired prints – Bold geometric repeats – Stripe and pattern mixes – 60s inspired graphic repeats
Black and White
Monochrome statements – Optic contrast – Mixed scale – Pattern clashes – Scarf and border detail use – Graphic visual expression – Faded greys – Contrasting stripes
Stripes, Checks & Houndstooth
Ombre striped effects – Houndstooth abstraction – Diagonal and horizontal mixes – Overprint effects – Pattern clashes – Digital dissection – Stripe and check integration
Dark ground use – Spatial repeat prints – Stark contrasts – Tropical midnight scenes – Romantic floral blooms – Purples, lilacs and dark mint colour hues
Traditional tapestry patterns and textures – Decorative floral motifs – Crafted stitch looks – Woven structured prints – Striped and pattern effects – Folk art inspired
Check out Patternbank’s Catwalk print trend report part 2 – here.
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