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Folded Time -- The Thematic Pattern Trend for A/W 21/22
Time is flowing and invisible, but it does exist. Fashion is a mirror of time and cultural change, closely connecting fashion, politics, religion, society and art. Each piece of clothing has its own time mark, and crosses its time to make a contrast with current fashion trends. JW Anderson, integrates the classical painting into the new season to show similar fashion spanning eras. The vintage square collar and cape-like big turn-down collar are also used by many brands, interpreting the combination of classics and fashion. The past and the present are folded, in line with this theme.
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.
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.
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.