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Kids' Paintings -- The Pattern Trend for Kidswear
Kids are imaginative and creative. Kids' paintings depict their free and unique world. At present, people want to extend individuality and advocate environmental protection. Kids' paintings may inspire people to think deeply about nature. This kind of pattern will hold a larger share in kidswear.
Retro Autumn Scenery -- The Pattern Trend for Women's Loungewear
Prints that span seasons are key for loungewear, and influenced by decorative home interiors. Consumers want durable and multifunctional clothes that can be worn throughout the seasons. Prints and colors are key. Natural dyestuff contributes to popular floral plants and natural textures, thus creating natural and sustainable items. Warm and nourishing earth tones and plant-based hues make items ideal for the whole year. Following new Bohemian trend, decorative patterns like ikat and paisley are used as versatile prints. Retro prints inspire bold stripes and geometric patterns to appeal young consumers.
Traditional Festivals -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Traditional Chinese festivals display the profound Chinese culture and folklore. People will dress up on the day to celebrate the festival. On the day, colors are dynamic and gorgeous.
Nautical Theme -- The Pattern Trend for Kidswear
Nautical style leads us to explore nature and creates a free vibe. It also attracts designers of kidswear, menswear and womenswer. Designers display sailing scenes via different expression techniques.
Chinoiserie -- The Thematic Pattern Trend for A/W 21/22
In 18th-century France, a style amazed the world with its gorgeous colors and complicated designs. That is Chinoiserie, expressing Europeans' imagination for the oriental culture. It is the Europeanized Chinese style, full of mystery, romance and adventure.
Long Confession -- The Thematic Pattern Trend for A/W 21/22
Social changes transform consumers' habits, and necessity economy brings simple durable products to the spotlight. Influenced by the COVID-19, "less is more" life concept has been a must. Modular all-year design will appeal to comfort-driven consumers. Home will be the haven for existentialists to soothe themselves. Modern lines and geometric patterns balance the need for safety via their simple and pure beauty. Tones covering designs and arts tell the peaceful long confession.
Dinosaur -- The Pattern Trend for Kidswear
Mini Bonden, Paul Smith and Monsoon present dinosaur patterns in various ways. How to effectively combine pattern with crafts and how to create new patterns via crafts are urgent issues for designers. Stacked prints, glitter, gilding and noctilcent or fluorescent materials make patterns eye-catching.
Retro Geometry in Autumn and Winter -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Decorative retro geometric elements are widely applied to home decoration, architecture and graphic design with their perfect cutting proportion and saturated gorgeous colors. They are transformed in womenswear and combined with modern or retro silhouettes to create different effects.
The Night Garden -- The Pattern Trend for Kidswear
Everything in the garden is awake at night, and the moonlight creates a tranquil vibe. Plants are stretching and growing; butterflies are dancing among flowers; and animals are socializing. Patterns of Wolf & Rita inspire more about the night garden.
The Summer Garden Party of Moschino -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Love Moschino, the sub-line brand of Moschino, is fun, vigorous and chic. Its S/S 2020 collection displays the vitality of summer. Ice cream, lollipop, macarons and neon colors bring us to a colorful summer garden party.
The Song of The Mermaid -- The Pattern Trend for Girls' Wear
Fairy tales depict mystical and graceful mermaids. With the enhancement of environmental protection, mermaid, as the heroin of the sea, gains increasingly attention. Magnified mermaid patterns shine brightly on kidswear.
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse -- The Pattern Craft Trend for Kidswear
Many Disney cartoon images are popular among kids, and every season kidswear mixing with Disney cartoon images holds a large part in the market. This report collects and analyzes latest Disney patterns to help with designs and crafts of cartoon images.
Nordic Forests -- The Pattern trend for Infants' Wear
The beautiful natural environment, unique geographical features and nomadic culture of Northern Europe together depict an appealing Nordic picture. Nomadic culture presents the primitive worship of nature, which is exactly in line with the purity and essence that people are seeking now. Comfortable tones and simple patterns work together to display the comfy and tranquil beauty and express people's wish for a better environment.
Dreamlike Ombre Dyeing -- The Pattern Trend for Kidswear
As blurring and tie-dye increasingly frequently appear on catwalks, kidswear brands also give them a try. With dreamlike tie-dye as the canvas, this season Gucci works with artist Yuko Higuchi to mix illustrations with tie-dye.
British Afternoon Tea -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
In the mid-17th century, the concept of afternoon tea first appeared in England. Started by Anna Maria Russell (the seventh Duchess of Bedford), it soon became a social trend. At present, British afternoon tea is popular worldwide. It is not just a cooking culture, but also the epitome of aesthetics. Exquisite refreshments, refined tea set and comfortable decoration, has been used and improved by modern people.
Stripes, Dots and Checks -- The Pattern Trend for Kidswear
Stripes, polka dots and checks become more statement-making this season. Checks are unusual; stripes are not paralleled; polka dots are casually arranged. They work with special dyeing and weaving craft or positioning patterns to show novelty.
"Butterfly Effect" -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Recently, butterfly prevails. Tmagazine' cover of Zhao Wei, Cosmo of Angelababy, the Korean and Mexican edition of ELLE March issue, all employ butterfly element. Kylie is also enthusiastic about butterfly. She designs Stormi Collection into the butterfly shape, and gives her daughter a dreamlike butterfly themed birthday. The latest showcase of McQueen combines butterfly decoration and its rebellious style.
Sweet Heart -- The Pattern Trend for Girls' Wear
Heart represents peace and inclusive love in popular culture. Its shape and color reveal a warm feeling. This season let's follow the steps of Stella McCartney, Mayoral and Mini Rodini to appreciate the heart pattern.