Having visited both PV Paris and Texworld, I have put together a selection of looks that I thought were interesting and new. We will cover flowers in a separate post and concentrate here on the other areas. These were notably mark making and geometric prints to carry colour and the most prevalent looks based around a strong tropical trend.
Pleated diagonal stripes
Splodge and random colour carrying prints on fabrics with surface interest, some with shots of lurex.
Pleated ombres in pastels to brights in harmonious colours.
Beautiful tropicals with exotic birds.
Wild animals in the jungle around every corner.
Surprising skins that are not as they seem.
Elegant Tropicals in soft vintage colours.
Deep lush Forest with interesting leaves.
This weeks trend has been skin and flowers for those planning for AW 2019. The look is rich and the skins more abstract as we have been predicting.
New season yet there is the same over riding print trend. However this Animal is taking new shapes and different directions. Customers become braver mixing, clashing and introducing colour into the animal print making this a really exciting and evolving trend.
Topshop’s newest campaign is called ‘Animal Magic’ and prints range from bold tiger to zebra to the classic leopard.
Youthful brand Jaded London mix animal prints and the baroque taking influence from Versace.
Zara have gone snake mad and this is in evidence across tailoring, dresses and accessories.
& Other Stories
& Other Stories have gone after the Leopard print trend and have created a print with a lovely auburn colour level to the design.
Asos are having a lot of fun with this trend mixing animal print and florals and being experimental with mark making.
Free people have taken a classic approach to the animal print keeping the trend sophisticated with tones of emerald greens.
Never Fully Dressed
London based brand Never Fully Dressed put themselves on the map with their classic animal print on silk fabrics. Moving onto AW18, they are experimenting with a giraffe print and other colour ways and scale.
Next week we will take a look at some of the animal print designs Sublitex have in their collection currently