Catwalk Prints Women's S/S 2015 Forward Direction
Hot off the Spring/Summer 2015 runways at the world’s fashion capitals, discover an essential selection of directional print trends pinpointed by the Catwalk Team at Trendstop. We reveal two progressive print directions out of the 40 identified by our print trend experts in the Trendstop Print & Pattern on the Catwalks S/S15 Report, giving you an inside look at must-have trends for the upcoming season.
Emerging Trend. Eastern Interiors
image courtesy Trendstop: Tory Burch, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Carolina Herrera, Karen Walker, all Spring/Summer 2015.
A key trend in New York collections, this elegant look combines upholstery-style prints with aesthetics derived from the Far East. Tory Burch demonstrates a clean look with delicate florals on a clean white base, while Carolina Herrera goes contemporary with a blown-up bloom placement. 3.1 Phillip Lim and Karen Walker opt for ornate looks with swirling patterns and curvilinear embroidery.
image courtesy Trendstop: Peter Som, Diane Von Furstenberg, Jill Stuart, Thom Browne, all Spring/Summer 2015.
Elsewhere, we see Peter Som add a modern edge to a coordinated ensemble with pops of colorful pattern on a stark black base, while Jill Stuart’s traditional Eastern print expresses a rich appeal for summer in shades of oxblood and blood red. Monochrome designs appear at Thom Browne on a jacket, as delicate motifs take on a feminine finish with a sugar pink base at Diane Von Furstenberg.
Emerging Trend: Playtime Patterning
image courtesy Trendstop: Meadham Kirchhoff, H by H Yildirim, Ashish, Anya Hindmarch, all Spring/Summer 2015.
A playful print story from London revamps apparel and accessories with a light-hearted charm. Abstract print mixes stand out in fashion brights at Meadham Kirchhoff, as H by H Yildirim keeps it simple with an oversized insect placement on a clean white base. Ashish adds a fun statement to casual jeans with sequined bananas and cigarettes, while a jumble of childish rainbows and smiley faces stands out in multicolor on Anya Hindmarch bags.
image courtesy Trendstop: Fyodor Golan, Ashish, House of Holland, all Spring/Summer 2015.
Other interpretations see Fyodor Golan’s directional ensemble combining an oversized slogan top with a colorful patterned stripe skirt, as House of Holland bags hint at a retro inspiration with 3D floral appliqué on a flat yellow clutch. A key designer for this trend, Ashish showcases cartoony celebrity portrait placements and tongue-in-cheek slogans, both executed in sparkling sequins.
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