New York Fashion Week Women's Print Trends S/S 2014

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Patternbank brings you it’s Print Highlights report from New York Fashion Week, Spring / Summer edition. Here they present a concise overview of the key looks sure to influence incoming seasons. In this installment Patternbank has again selected key designers showing the strongest print trends for Spring / Summer 2014. We love Patternbank, they are our go-to source for print inspiration and reporting.

NYFW Runway Print Highlights

BCBG Max Azria S/S 2014


Hand Painted Florals. Pattern build ups. Flowing Florals. Distorted Beauty. Monochrome Expression. Ink Marked Pattern. Sectioned structure

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Josie Natori S/S 2014


Abstract Forms. Blurred Pattern. Monochrome Patterns. Rainbow-Bright Checks - Creative Print Mixes - Abstract Geometrics. Ombre Blurred Checks

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Diane Von Furstenburg S/S 2014


Tribal References. Linear Patter. Gradient In-fill Pattern. African Animals - Light Distortion. Graphic Pattern

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Prabal Gurung S/S 2014


Floral Collage. Pattern Patchwork. Bright Colour Use. Black & White Floral Painted - Cut-Up Pattern use. Abstracted Structure

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Whit S/S 2014


Delicate Summer Floral. Contrast Prints. Simplified Painted Blooms. Intense Colour Contrast. Fern and Flower References

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Jeremy Laing S/S 2014


Squeegee’d Pattern - Large Scale Photographic Florals. New York Artist Julia Dault’s Art - Fluid Studies. Movement Through Print - Ethereal Foliage

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Red Valentino S/S 2014


Painted Floral Studies. Full-on Blooms. 60?s Gardening Illustrations. Intense Looks. Summer Blooms. Hand Rendered Studies

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MM6 Maison Martin Margiela S/S 2014


Blurring and Distortion. Tonal and Monochromatic. Fused Photographic Landscapes. Enlarged Urban Photographic. Translucent Tones. Industrial Beauty

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Vera Wang S/S 2014


Ethereal Beauty. Blurring and Distortion. Bleed and Watercolor Markings. Over-scaled Paint Brush Marks -Watery and Aquatic Movement. Painted Brushwork

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View the Patternbank New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014 Print Highlights report, Part 1 and/or Part 2.

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