Abstract, avant-garde design in high octane colour. H&M’s latest collaboration celebrates the legacy of iconic scarf designer Richard Allan with a contemporary new collection.
Beautiful prints in colours that fit with the current fashion palette, but also resonate from the sixties. Through the collaboration with H&M, Richard Allan’s signature prints and colours make the leap beyond the square to a whole new collection and generation.
Above are own photos taken in H & M.
The Richard Allen x H&M collection is available in stores and online from 22 August.
Another edit for you from this years spring/summer 2020 runway. From oversided, bold florals at Richard Quinn to beautiful scarf prints at Erdem. Marni and Moschino had some amazing colourful, painterly prints to offer. Of course not forgetting how J Lo stole the show at Versace to celebrate 20 years since ‘the dress’.
S/S 2020 shows in New York and London were filled with more animal print designs. Always a go to for designers; lets see how they have updated and moved on from last season.
House of Holland
Dries Van Noten
The highstreet is also full of animal print. Its a trend that does not seem to be going away. Whether it be leopard/zebra/snake – this season they seem to be on the natural/neutral side. Easy to wear with a pattern and style to suit everyone.
Jolie Moi and Hush
LK Bennett and French Connection
Below are a few of the fabulous prints on offer from the Sublitex print range. We have collated a few key designs we feel will be really popular inspired by our previous post on the S/S 2020 runway.
When is a skin not a skin, or an animal a non animal or a spot a mark?
Frankly, heavens knows but when in doubt it is probably a non print print.
A print that is not a true skin, spot nor flower, as she has so many of these already. The design must go with everything in her wardrobe and require minimal consideration before purchase.
Vague, we know but here are our takes on this conundrum.
Plaid is always a great go to in the autumn/winter. It can be a way of injecting colour and texture into an outfit. They don’t have to be woven. They can be recreated digitally as we showed you the other week with our Sublitex design.
Below is a colourful collection of plaids and tartans that we have found in the shops and on the runways. From high end to high street; the ultimate classic A/W trend.
A big trend on the New York Catwalk for spring/summer 2020.
All below images: http://www.vogue.com
Preppy plaids from Michael Kors New York runway show in classic, navy, red, black and white.
A more spring feel from Harerra. Bight colours with lots of white in the plaid makes it a great option for spring.
Paris at dusk the eve of PV
A circus theme in the design trends pavilion.
The Team :
Sarah, Alice & Laetizia. Nick Claudio Costa & Ettore. Claudio Dopey & Frederico Alladin.
Anna Serafina, Angelique from Agetex and those two again.
Below are photos of prints of others at PV design where you can rely on finding some interesting ensembles.
The statement white trainer, seems to be the shoe of the moment. Teamed up with pretty printed skirts – its every girls go to trainer of choice. But what about when you fancy something a bit more out there? We scoured the high-street and designer brands. To bring you some of this season most exciting printed trainers…
Its all about animal print for Superga.
Scamp and Dude x Superga
Scamp and Dude is a fabulous brand with a very special story, visit scampanddude.com to read all about it and see their range of products with their bold graphic animal print. They have collaborated with superego on a range of kids and adults trainer.
Vans have the urban street look covered with conversational graphic prints in bold colours. Also a brand new collaboration released with Vans x Vivienne Westwood.
If its something feminine and floral you are looking for; these Ted baker trainers are beautiful. Photographic prints looks amazing and liven up the classic white trainer.
Animal prints galore with converse! You can even customise your designs on their website. http://www.converse.com
Nike x Sacai
A very exciting collaboration between Nike and Sacai across their apparel collection also features some trainers. Not printed but amazing colours! Who wants a pair?
We have scoured the catwalks to bring you a selection of some of our favourite and most inspiring prints on the runway for the s/s 2020 season. There we so many we have created two fabulous edits for you. Look out for part 2 next week. All images from http://www.vogue.com head over to check out the full collections, its definitely worth it.
Philip Lims’ Fabulous textural abstract print.
Carolina Hererra‘s absolutely stunning abstract florals. Boys bright colours as all over textures and also some spaces out blooms on solid bright base colours.
Anna Sui stays on brand with beautiful bold colours creating fabulous tonal prints.
Coach 1941 went graphic with their colourful prints.
Marc Jacobs show was full of colour prints, a small selection below of the vibrant florals on show.
Molly Goddard along with her statement colour blocking dresses, showcased some fabulous intricate floral designs.
Oscar de la Renta went soft with their colour palette to creat some really interesting and eye catching placement prints with patchwork like effect. combining multiple designs into their garments.
Osman had a range of different style prints from the bold and graphic to more abstract tie dye effect prints. Great use of colour and really make a statement.
Ports 1961 did not hold back on colour. Mixing multiple prints within one outfit to create eye catching statement looks on the runway.
Tory Burch was femanine and bright with beautiful florals as larger scale prints and more ditsy designs.
Preen showcased some fabulous prints including these bold floral designs.
Prozen Schouler kept it abstract with some moody sophisticated textural prints.