Lipstick Graphics Prints, SS 2010
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Print and Graphics Report Women’s: S/S 2010 Lipstick Graphics. Influenced by up-and-coming Belle Sauvage, Danielle Scutt and Issa, it draws from 80’s vintage and 60’s futuristic prints for younger contemporary market. This trend inspires surface design, accessories, packaging & displays. Presented on WeConnectFashion, courtesy of Trendstop.com, the site known for great visuals and early trend identification.
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The iconic image of a lipstick barrel evokes power and glamour. Its graphic and retro feel lends it well to kitsch ditsy prints, graphic comic book style or pop art treatments, working as both as a repeat and as a placement graphic.
LIPSTICK GRAPHICS COLOR
Red, white and pink set against black or navy backgrounds provides a contrasting appeal. Monochromatic appeal is tougher still, whilst tonal versions of lipsticks in unexpected colorways such as blue on white works especially well with denim.
The lipstick quite rightly transcends to accessories and embellishments in the form of jewel encrusted broaches and sequins appliques. Read more on Trendstop.com
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