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Moroccan Style -- The Pattern Trend for Women's Swimwear
With the prevalence of folk style, we can see ethnic motifs on swimsuits that present the accent of Morocco. Based on the bright palettes and architectural features, Moroccan styles show geometric shapes and sophisticated motifs. The handicrafts in Morocco are also exquisite. Porcelains, baskets and carpets along the streets lead people into a mysterious and kaleidoscopic world.
Nature Atmosphere -- The A/W 23/24 Thematic Pattern Trend
The definition of outdoorwear has been changed. With the pursuit of technologies and functionality, outdoorwear is not only for extreme conditions but the sustainable living. Mountaineering culture follows the truth of ‘return to the nature’. People escape from the daily routine and go outdoors to rebuild the connection with the world. Inspired by camping, micro vacation and pastoral dream, designers renew the pattern elements such as landscape, ethnic motifs, camous and flowers.
Retro Paisley -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Paisley pattern originates in ancient Babylon and flourishes in Persia and India. In the 1960s, it was favored by the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and David Bowie. It is exotic, retro and luxurious. And this complicated pattern creates a psychedelic effect. Gucci, Versace and MSGM interpret paisley from a new angle with new colorway and collage patterns. Paisley is not only a luxurious traditional pattern, and it also has romantic femininity.
Mixed Collage -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Modern themes using retro flowers create amazing scenery, textiles and scrapbook surface designs. These works have a high commercial value, and this kind of collage can also be applied to womenswear patterns. In A/W 21/22, mixed elements and collage will keep the retro feel and appear in fashion markets.
Florals in Home Decoration -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
In classical French style home decoration, either idyllic style or Baroque style floral wallpaper can create a cosy and comfortable vibe for the room. In the young lady style and the lady style, floral wallpaper displays retro French romance. Unlike passionate or fresh florals previously, this season florals seem to come from French boudoir, plain, dark yet girly.
Hand-written Letters -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Hand-written letters are warmer than printed letters. The joined-up writing is especially in line with soft womenswear. Zegna's official Instagram often conveys greetings and positive energy to fans through handwritten letters, quite amiable.
Foxes, Rabbits, Shinto Shrines and Chinese Characters - Traditional Japanese Culture
Illustrator Nakamura Kyoko is good at mixing new and old elements. From the colorful retro illustrations, we can find lots of tradition Japanese elements like foxes, rabbits, Chinese characters and Japanese buildings and kimonos.
Refreshed Check -- Pre-Fall 2020 Pattern Trend for Women's Knitwear
Classic checks are perennial and work well for wearers of all ages. They are nostalgic and stylish. The patterns liven up knitwear on catwalks.