Print edit S/S 2020 runway Part 1

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.crolina herrera1 s:s20

Anna Sui stays on brand with beautiful bold colours creating fabulous tonal prints.

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Coach 1941 went graphic with their colourful prints.coach 1941

Marc Jacobs show was full of colour prints, a small selection below of the vibrant florals on show.

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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.

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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.

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Ports 1961 did not hold back on colour. Mixing multiple prints within one outfit to create eye catching statement looks on the runway.

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Tory Burch was femanine and bright with beautiful florals as larger scale prints and more ditsy designs. tory burch7 s:s20

Preen showcased some fabulous prints including these bold floral designs.

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Prozen Schouler kept it abstract with some moody sophisticated textural prints.

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