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19/20 A/W Pattern for Womenwear -- Revival of Comics
Comics are hot on youthful activewear such as T-shirts and sweatshirts, and they continue to prevail. American comics, cartoon characters, realistic drawings and simple sketches gain traction. Dramatic colors and feminine graphics are saucy and offbeat.
19/20 A/W Pattern for Womenswear -- Dot
Dots and spots show new trends in A/W 19/20. Lines made up of spots and background dots add depth and charm to traditional prints, while irregularly scattered and layered spots bring vividness. Hand-painted dots nod to the commercial success of micro pattern, and hidden kitsch motifs update this staple. Small-scale, busy repeats are key. For mature styles, limit colors and scale down further.
19/20 A/W Print & Pattern for Kidswear -- Slow Time
Hand drawings appear on printed fabrics for expressive effects. This theme cherishes the concept of time well spent, and the virtue of slowing down, and sees kids' prints and graphics with a subtle pre-loved charm, inspired by the comforts of the home and near-now vintage. Designers take the best of the past to inspire the future, and embrace heritage and craft to create beautiful , timeless pieces with trans-seasonal appeal.
19/20 A/W Pattern Trend for Womenswear -- Flowers
Flowers are simple but not dull, with smooth lines creating an exquisite and layered look. Color is important, adding a lively touch to the patterns. Crafts such as applique, sequins and beading are notable in this season.
19/20 A/W Pattern for Womenswear -- Competitive Sports
The Olympic fever fades after the two-week-long Pyeongchang Winter Olympics ended, but athletic elements still inspire fashion design. Stella Jean's A/W 18/19 collection combines diverse aesthetics with sport references, adding patterns such as sportsman, athletic field and logo to apparel. It applies print, embroidery, bead and sequin to add depth.