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Pastoral Fairytale -- The Pattern Trend for Infants' Homewear
This trend report revolves around rural style children's picture books, incorporating fairy tale picture books, animal elements, flowers, fruits and vegetables into the design. The design is completed using hand drawn texture, ink pastel color, and picture book style drawing techniques. Intended to provide a reference direction for the development of 24/25AW baby and toddler home clothing patterns.
Resortir -- The Color Trend Verification of Womenswear
One of the themes of the 2024 spring/summer color trend released by POP in January 2023 is' Resortir '. The revisit theme reconstructs nature and travel with a casual and free lifestyle. The soft distorted tones and sunset spectra under this theme create a slow journey where time and nature intersect. By rendering a warm and gentle scene through the sunset, the collision of colors presents a surreal humorous vision, and tropical plant patterns are decorated with a distinct outdoor style and strong colors. Under the theme of revisiting, we advocate for achieving lasting happiness and restoring optimism, exploring the ritual of slow travel, and imagining a relaxed and leisurely outdoor vacation.
Fun Nature -- The Pattern Trend for Kids' Homewear
This report is inspired by the forest bears and natural elements in fairy tales, emphasizing the perception of life. The bear is expressed through hand-painted watercolors and colored pencils, while plants are depicted using printmaking and watercolor techniques to showcase the textures of nature. These organic patterns are presented in a fresh and tranquil style, serving as a reference for the pattern development of girls' home clothing in the 24/25 AW season.
Retro Flower -- The Fast-response Pattern Trend for Womenswear
With the return to and focus on nature, the creative retroism of respecting the past and pursuing the new reflects the lifestyle and spiritual world of contemporary romantic young people. The fashion industry's enthusiasm for creating retro floral art is also continuing to increase. This report explores innovative designs of retro floral patterns under three themes: vintage gardens, blurred floral melodies, and elegant blooming, aiming to give floral patterns a stronger retro artistic atmosphere in the development of autumn/winter 23/24.
Retro Garden -- The Fast-response Pattern Trend for Womenswear
In the Miu Miu and CHANEL new season shows, retro floral elements once again became popular, gradually capturing the attention of consumers. This report explores the design of floral patterns in clothing through three themes: elegant blooming, clustered bouquets, and flower silhouette, adding more unique artistic beauty to the floral aesthetic.
Rose Garden -- The Fast-response Pattern Trend of Womenswear
In the new season runway, roses have become a popular element in women's fashion patterns. Negative film technique combined with digitally blurred rose elements creates a light and romantic effect. This report explores the application of rose floral patterns in clothing design through three themes: negative film double exposure, dreamy floral shadows, and digital soft focus. It aims to enhance the delicate charm of rose patterns in the development of the 23/24 autumn/winter collection.