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“Speed Comes First” Motorcycling-- The Pattern Trend For Boys' Wear
People can find different selves in competitive sports pursuing speed and passion. Kidswear brands like Mayoral, Paul Smith pay attention to different outdoor activities popular with people currently and adopt different expression techniques to display the competition of patterns in tweens' wear. This report starts with the brands' trends, and concludes sports patterns like motorcycle racing, skateboarding and ice hockey suitable for tweens' wear for reference.
Cute, Retro and Naive -- The Pattern Trend For Womenswear
Every girl once had the wish of not growing up. The naive drawings, rag dolls and plush toys are the memories. Many brands uses antique dolls and naive drawing for A/W collections.
Ditsies -- Womenswear Patterns at Big Brands
Ditsies are more modest and delicate. The combo of sheer gauze and ditsies is romantic and glamorous. Bright ombre ditsies are combined with fabrics in deep colors to create the starry effect.
Reinvented Maximalism -- The Pattern Trend for Girls' Knitwear
Maximalism comes back to the core of modern designing, and brands start to design more premium basic items. In fashionable knitted pieces, maximalism is key. For A/W 20/21, new leopard print, fashionable letters, multicolored stripes, hand scrawls and color blocks are key details.
Interesting Patterns -- The Pattern Trend for Kidswear
Interesting animal patterns, colorful fruits and rainbow are put on kidswear alongside words. Different elements are combined to create candied all-over print. This reports show you a range of interesting elements to provide inspiration.
Ombre -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Ombre has a regular and rhythmic feel. The instagrammable ombre is also beautiful. The large-scale and slightly contrasting ombre is cool and flowing. On 2020 catwalks, the all-over or placement ombre effect with pattern textures add interest.
Landscape Protection -- The Pattern Trend
The speed of consuming resources is 50% faster than that of regeneration. Global resources are rare and valuable, and recycling and reusing redefine the sustainable system. In May 2019, U.N. released the report of the assessment of global nature conditions. Around one million species face extinction because of human activities. Use recycled and quickly cycled organic materials to protect species on the earth and create new concepts for designers.
The Oriental Elements -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
The oriental beauty is timeless. In 1997, Dior's reinvented Chi-Pao was most attractive. Chinese style gains momentum. Florals in the Chinese ink paintings are refreshing and delicate.
Recreated Classic Art -- Pattern Trend
On catwalks in 2020, famous classic paintings, classical florals, impressionist patterns, abstract portraits and pop art are seen. Contemporary artists and fashion designer like to interpret classics in a modern method, or mix classics and fashion.
All-Over Florals -- Pattern Trend for Girlswear
All-over florals are perennial for S/S girlswear. Different kinds of florals are presented on dresses and all-in-ones. Ditsies, roses, sprigs and color-blocking florals enliven dresses.
Fruits in the Summer -- Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Call Me By Your Name shows the Italian countryside scenes in the high summer of the 1980s. Peaches implicitly represent the desire for love. In addition to flowers, fruits also show the color, sweet and playful feel in summer. For S/S 2020, fruits are often seen on catwalks.
Rebellious Hand Scrawls -- Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Premium hand scrawls are directional and individualistic. In recent years, street elements gained traction with a feminine touch. Bold and innovative elements are also coveted by women.
Unicorns -- Pattern Trend for Girlswear
With the increasing popularity of unicorns on INS, patterns of unicorns at Next are key this season. The share of unicorn patterns at Gucci, Molo and MiniRodini increases greatly. This report provides you with a variety of patterns, styles and techniques.
All-Over Scattered Patterns -- Pattern Trend for Baby&Toddler Wear
Soft and safe qualities are emphasized for baby&toddler wear. Patterns are often presented though simple crafts. Simple prints in soft colors give ease and safety. This report shows you new all-over patterns and styles.
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.
Mysterious Animal Totems
Animal totems are mysterious and nostalgic. Prints, jacquards, embroidery and collaging in big brands such as Gucci and Kenzo can be referred to. The low-volume vintage and chic style gains momentum. This report shows a range of animal totem patterns and recommends techniques.
Little Heroes -- Pattern Trend for Kidswear
With the increasing popularity of hero films and cartoons, more people start to pay attention to those heroes. Avengers 4 was a blockbuster; Aquaman and Shazam were also successful. Those heroes are fit for patterns on kidswear. This report shows you hero patterns and pattern techniques.