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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.
TOP 20 Womenswear Patterns from Big Brands in the First Half of 2020
TOP 20 womenswear patterns from mega brands from January to June 2020
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.
Reconstructing Mondrian Geometry -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Mondrian is a Dutch painter. He takes geometric figures as the basic elements of his painting, and adopts three-primary colors to simplify the form into the pure abstract composition of horizontal and vertical lines. With his deep internal observation and insight, Mondrian creates the beauty of equilibrium in the universal phenomena. The dress of Yves Saint Laurent is inspired by Composition in Red, Blue and Yellow by Mondrian, which is the first time to combine fashion design and art. This leads to a trend of collaboration design between fashion and art. Yves saint Laurent also launches his own A/W 1966 collection, showing 10 Mondrian-inspired dresses that would surely make their way into fashion history and have a special name: Mondrian dress.
Revival of Monogram -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Monogram has a century-old history in the fashion industry, serving as a status symbol for its users and a taste label for mega brands. Nowadays, monogram weakens the noble feel, blends with modern elements and returns back. Billie Eilish, a super star, is also keen on the bootleg monogram.
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.
Ancient Star Map -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Star map accurately depicts persistent features in the night sky. The Dunhuang star map is the oldest surviving map in the world, and now it's in the British Museum. The western star map originates from the ancient Greece-roman period, develops in the 16th century after the Renaissance, and reaches its peak in the second half of the 16th century to the 18th century. Star map not only records the stars, constellations, nebulae and so on, but also draws many patterns related to myths and legends. It has the serious aesthetics and a mystical feeling, quite in line with haute couture.
The Comprehensive Analysis of A/W 20/21 Womenswear Catwalks -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Based on latest catwalks for A/W 2022 womenswear and other information, this report concludes ten pattern highlights, and recommends latest patterns.
Woodcut · Dior -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
The unique taste of engraving and wood endows woodcut with independent artistic value and status in Chinese and foreign art history. Woodcut has visual plane aesthetics and pure beauty. It also has the intermittent process of artistic expression, the sum of artistic results, the aesthetics of print art. For professionals, the woodcut has a unique feeling and vibe compared with other painting types. With the help of modern technique and theme, woodcut adds an elegant feel to fashion brands.
The Collision of Western and Chinese Elements -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Since Chen Caixia founded Shiatzy Chen in 1971, she has always insisted on the Chinese style, even in the era when the public pursued European and American trends. In A/W 2021 show, Shiatzy Chen deconstructs and reorganizes the traditional Chinese elements and western traditional objects, displaying the traditional culture in a young way.
Misty Dried Flowers -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
The dried flower is quite fresh and elegant in collections of A/W 2021. Catering to the hazy trend, florals and the dried flower get blurred through ink painting. And they are applied to silk and gauze, quite ethereal. Colors tend to be greyish and with low saturation, quite fit for the quiet and elegant autumn and winter. The technique of expression combines dry drawing of oil painting and wet painting blurring of watercolor to divide dry and wet layers and transit gently.
Lais Lerner -- Introduction of An Artist
Lais Lerner is a Brazilian illustrator specializing in printmaking and pattern designs for womenswear and menswear. She mainly focuses on tropical jungle themed patterns, such as tropical flowers, palm leaves, parrots, woodpeckers and so on. Her patterns are finely painted and full of strong regional characteristics, with complicated lines and rich but harmonious colors. Here is her personal contact information: email@example.com
Dina Moshkalo -- Introduction of An Artist
Dina Moshkalo is a textile fabric designer from Moscow, Russia. She has designed many patterns mainly for dresses and sets of the lady style of the local womenswear brand, Lime. Her patterns are fine and real.
Misty Woman Fragrance -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
The trend of misty florals is getting increasingly obvious in S/S 2021, and techniques are richer. The hazy floral displays the illusive and swaying features. The ethereal and romantic feel makes clothing dreamlike. When combined with sheer fabric, the graceful feel is fully displayed.
Eclectic- The Pattern Trend for Women's Knitwear
In women's knitwear of new season, check is equipped with deep and shallow colors, thick and thin lines, and concave-convex pattern. The combination with sequins and splicing brings an artistic mixing visual sense. Various checks, such as "checkerboard innovation", "rhomboid checks", "combined checks" and "renewal of houndstooth", have an evergreen fashion sense. The eclectic check is leading the fashion.
Hat Charm - The Pattern Trend for Women's Hats
The bucket hat gains traction on Instagram, street snaps and catwalks. The bucket hat originates from Donegal in 1990. Nowadays, the bucket hat has evolved to be stylish and directional.
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.
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.
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.
New and Interesting Intarsia Techniques -- Pattern Trend for Women's Furs
A variety of intarsia techniques can create great visual effects. Classic checks, florals, animals, portraits and artistic lines are put on garments via refined intarsia techniques.
Comfortable&Modern -- Key Patterns for Women's Loungewear
Loungewear markets prefer comfortable style to seductive and unpractical cut. With the development of pajamas, print and pattern start to be a focal point. These prints can promote drops and attract consumers through social media.