Patchwork Prints

An emerging trend on the high-street and catwalk has been patchwork prints. Whether its subtle tonal mixes of the same print or clashing colour blocking there is something here for everyone. Why wear one print when you can wear more! We have collated together some of our favourites from multiple designer.

Keep an eye out next week as well as we showcase some of our fabulous Sublitex patchwork prints to make sure you are all up to date and on trend.

Preen

Preens collection has a very random feel to the patchwork pattern, creating a very striking effect. Mixing geometrics, animal print, florals and also having solid areas. What blends and moulds all these patterns to work together is the colour level – it is the red running through the prints that brings them all together.

Rixo

One of our favourite brands here at The Print Affair ‘Rixo’; has some absolutely stunning print combinations for their dresses. The mix of ground colours within the prints really make for a striking statement. Mixing Animal prints with plaids and florals – there are no rules… in this case, more is more.

Prada

Clashing prints combined in classic silhouettes of shirt dresses. Different scales of prints combined togetehr in a chevron pattern is especially striking and bold.

Rianna + Nina

Rianna + Nina’s printed dresses ars constructed from a patchwork of vintage silks in their Berlin studio; where the duo handcraft every piece in the collection, making them truly one-of-a-kind. Found on matches.com

LoveShackFancy

This gorgeous feminine brand has some gorgeous dresses, showcasing their classic colourways of pinks and pretty florals. Check out the website for further collections. http://www.loveshackfancy.com

JW Anderson

JW Anderson draws on the beauty of handmade clothing to create this multicoloured shirt, which is crafted from a patchwork of floral-print poplin. 

Versace

The patchwork baroque print that patterns Versace’s yellow shirt showcases designs inspired by Greek artwork that Gianni Versace and his siblings found on the floors of Roman buildings during their childhood. 

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