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Novel and Fun -- The Pattern Trend for Men's Leather and Fur Clothing
The development of the society drives diversified needs. Hand-drawn graffiti and street print are cool, diversified and statement-making. Striking letter patterns, perennial animal prints, novel skull elements, expressionistic pop art figure illustrations and casual hand-drawn graffiti bring a dramatic fashion.
Lost Horizon -- The Thematic Pattern Trend for A/W 21/22
The vast wilderness exudes an original natural fragrance. We temporarily escape from the trivial life, set foot on soul-touched rebellious journey, roam to break shackles in grand nature and perceive the heartbeat of wild nature. Steep mountains, lush grasslands and snowy mountains, the pristine landscape lead us into a strange and fantastic dream of nature. In the new season pattern designs contain geomorphic features and folkloric elements.
Ombre Effect -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
Rainbow gradation is prevalent, because it brings vitality we miss. Most of the time, people convey their expressions via colors. And the ombre is impressive, aesthetic and appealing. It is applied to changeable patterns. Dynamic colors reveal a vigorous and chic touch and help people find a colorful life.
Artistic Figure Pattern -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
Varied persons in our daily life can be applied to clothing in an artistic way. Scholarly watercolor, abstract crayon drawing, fun illustrations and color blocks display figures vividly. Those figure patterns and their facial expressions convey artists' inner emotions and show the wearer's fashion attitude.
Geeks -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
The development of science and technology drives great changes on people's lifestyle. And a group of geeks who pursue creative technology and fashion stands in the frontier of new economy, cutting-edge technologies and fashion. Inspired by this trend, twisted pixelated letters, futuristic linear patterns and letters, computer codes, malfunction patterns and other technical themes bring people to the future world.
New Checks -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
Check is ever-lasting in the fashion industry. Seemingly simple lines exude an infinite appeal. Taking a look at catwalks, designers reform checks boldly, combine them with hot expression forms, and create brand-new visual aesthetics via layering or reorganization.
After Us -- A/W 21/22 Theme Pattern Trend
Political turmoil, economic instability, and this sudden pandemic magnify people's panic about the future. In this digital age, panic spreads globally. A group of fearless youngsters advocates expressionism, and extends their individuality through surreal, dark, edgy street looks. Faced with this bad social environment, young people are suffering from unprecedented emotional impact and psychological gap, and try to find emotional vent. Dark fashion presents people's anxiety and fear in the most direct way, thus horror aesthetics rises in the fashion industry.
Street Fashion -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
Trendy colors in the fashion industry keep changing. Currently fluorescent colors dominate the street fashion, and step into various fields such as graffiti painting, installation and sculpture. Fluorescent colors make the item eye-catching and appealing, display the unique style of Gen Z, and lead the trend of street fashion brands.
Distorted Letters -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
Letter plays an important role in pattern design. Letter changes extend individuality and inspire designers. Serif and sans serif are common forms, and sans serif is favored by designers with its simplicity. Hand-written form and curlicue are highlights of the new season.
Animal Prints -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
Animal prints play an important role in prints. On A/W 20/21 catwalks, animal prints remain favored by designers. Unlike the sexy feel previously, recent animal prints incline to a neutral and elevated appearance. In addition to realistic sexy leopard print, dotted simple leopard print is more practical. Hawksbill texture resembles leopard prints, so the natural gloss is a key way to distinguish them. Tiger print and snakeskin use unisex colors to tap into the market.
Visual Illusion -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
Patterns are fun, imaginative, and eye-catching. This report takes illusory patterns as the main design technique, and combines them with prints. Highly realistic hand-painted bag is used as the print on T-shirts, quite surprising. The skeleton print shows a dark high street fashion. Accessory prints such as zipper and chain deliver a unique design sense. Hand-drawn draft brings more possibilities for simple T-shirts.
Recreated Art -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
Classic art is like an inexhaustible treasure of inspiration, exuding powerful charm. On the 500th anniversary of the departure of the artist Leonardo Da Vinci, the Louvre has opened an exhibition on the subject. Off-white launches a capsule series around this theme, combining classic paintings of Leonardo Da Vinci with its logo. The combination of classic art with modern letters implies people are exploring how to reinterpret art in a more modern way.
Fashion of Everyday Objects -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
Off-White A/W 20/21 menswear collection has teamed up with the Zurich-based painter Pascal Mohlmann. In addition to portraits and nudes, he loves to paint realistic still lifes of everyday objects. This time Off-White combines his paintings of wrench, warning board and medicine box with brand logo, creating an artistic vibe. This report analyzes everyday objects, and takes on the form of graphic & text.
Psychedelic Optical Art -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
Optical Art is an art that uses optical illusion as a technique of expression. It produces the illusion of vibration or deformation through a dynamic picture created by color and geometrics. The black and white optical artworks created by the British painter Bridget Riley in the 1960s became the inspiration for fashion designers, and drove the craze for optical art trend which led to a greater diversity of clothing designs. Taking a look at the A/W 20/21 four fashion weeks, we can see psychedelic patterns are widely applied in this season. With the return of vintage trend, designers reinterpret the Optical Art in this season.
Children's Drawing -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
In the fashion industry, even elegant brands such as Coach and Gucci are attracted by children's drawing. Children's drawing not only belongs to children, but also creates a joyful world for adults.
Arcade Pixel Age -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
The post-80s and post-90s are the group who first contact and become the most enthusiastic about arcade games. In 1971, the world's first arcade was born in a computer laboratory in the United States, originating in bars. With a history of 38 years, arcade game is the oldest video game. Although arcade games fade in the rapidly changes of video games, their grainy pixel images dominate the childhood memories of those born in the 1980s and 1990s.
Hand-drawn Creative Graffiti -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
Graffiti, scattered in city corners or in details of life, is always surprising. It carries a strong style and characteristics of the times, and fully display the essence of current street culture. Letter graffiti, figure graffiti and fun graffiti all present the novel maximalist theme and show unique attitude of current youngsters, so they are applied to clothing, shoes, bags and accessories, quite popular.
Everlasting Paisley -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
Paisley pattern has a long history. It originates in ancient Babylon and flourishes in Persia and India. It is said to come from the leaves of The Tree of Life in Hinduism, which is Bodhi leaf or the date leaf. This iconic pattern, with its hidden messages and foggy symbolism, has come a long way. It travels from east to west along the Silk Road, decorates the headbands of cowboys and cyclists, and is accepted by 19th-century Bohemia. Then it gets more famous thanks to the Beatles, and becomes the symbol of rock and roll.
Patterns Under the Plague -- The Pattern Trend for All Genders
The outbreak is spreading, and all Chinese people are making efforts. After the outbreak, people may have different life philosophy, and may focus more on health and nature. So there will be a new pattern trend. Many designers and illustrators also create works about moments of the plague.
NMD STUDIO -- Introduction of An Artist
NMD STUDIO is a Spanish fashion design studio specializing in clothing patterns of dark style. They have a long-standing collaboration with ZARA, and the studio has a wide variety of original patterns.
Exploring The Boundary of Nature -- The Pattern Trend for Men's and Women's Fleece
In A/W 2021, it's more urgent to protect the nature, and more people will join. Besides, science and technology are changing our real life quickly. In the era when informationization and digitalization develop rapidly, people yearn for a more realistic, beautiful and down-to-earth world. Real scene of nature creates a soothing visual impact. Some conventional and negligible artistic techniques gradually draw much attention. Zebra stripes and camouflage express people's inner call, fit for fleece.
Fashionable Leopard Prints -- The Pattern Trend for Menswear
Influenced by catwalks of S/S 2020, consumers are tired of luxurious leopard prints, so designers can use abstract textures to create patterns like leopard prints. New color palette, dainty size, simplified outlines and ombre renew the design. Animal print is a hot pattern for young men and menswear market.
Stephen Maurice Graham -- Introduction of An Artist
Stephen Maurice Graham is an illustrator, comic book author, and animator. His works are colorful, bring a bold and bizarre sense of humor, and convey a rich story feel. He has worked with Apple, The Guardian, Google, Samsung, Nike, Time, BBC, The Washington Post, VICE, Vans, Coca-Cola, and GQ.