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Digital Virtuality -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
Influenced by the NFT trend, the uniqueness and futurist feel of digital art have attracted many fashionistas. Art and virtual internet are under widespread applications and attempts. Surreal scenery can be shown through flowing liquid and the collision between time and space. Pixel games present the nostalgic retro, and digital fantasy brings a visual feast. Besides, virtual nature provides more fashion possibilities.
Dynamic Sport Style -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
With the improvement of living quality, physical health becomes one of the most important concerns of modern people, and sports have become a fashion of urban slow life. Many people choose to run at night or go to the gym after a long day at work, so good-looking and comfortable sportswear is needed.
Crafts- The Pattern Craft Trend for Kids' Sweatshirts
In terms of pattern craft for sweatshirt in new season, printing craft is still the main pattern craft. Artistic and technical patterns get more attention to pursue the individual fashion. Jouetie makes a strong visual impact with its pop color changes. The pattern of simply drawn color blocks is still popular for sweatshirts. The mixing of multiple crafts is gradually increasing.
The 2D World -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Brands like to collaborate with anime characters in One Piece, Gundam and Your Name. Cartoon patterns nod to classics and make a statement.
Versatile Stripes -- Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Vintage broad stripes were seen on plenty of catwalks for S/S 2020. Stripes originate from sailors' clothes and flags. In 1858, the French government announced the sporty cotton jersey with 21 black and white stripes as the casual uniform for French navy, and later the design was applied widely to many categories. Ms. Chanel used stripes in premium fashion garments, making striping perennial. The broad stripe dresses worn by super models Lisa Fonssagrives and Anne st.Marie become classics.