Fashion Bloggers to Follow

In a world where everyone loves fashion and a selfie, anyone can become a fashion blogger with the help of some followers. Its hard to know who to follow for the best fashion content with the industry as oversaturated as it is. Here is a look at our favourite influencers filling our instagram feeds with colour and fashion and who love print almost as much as we do:

Pandora Sykes

Writer, fashion consultant and fashion guru Pandora Sykes is one of our favourite bloggers. As co-host to the No1 podcast show ‘The High Low’, Pandora shares her interest in popular culture and fashion through her blog and instagram. Her recent new born is already a style icon in herself

Instagram – @pandorasykes


Style Bubble

One of the original fashion bloggers, Susie Bubble, has built a massive name for herself and is now a massive name in the fashion world for her unique, vibrant style.

Instagram – @susiebubble


Song Of Style

Interior designer Aimee Song takes gorgeous fashion shots in stunning locations. Her wardrobe relaxed and full of printed gowns.

Instagram: @songofstyle


Advanced Style

Photographer and author, Ari Seth Cohen, is the creator of Advanced Style, a project devoted “to capturing the sartorial savvy of the senior set.” He says, “I feature people who live full creative lives. They live life to the fullest, age gracefully and continue to grow and challenge themselves.” It is one of the most vibrant, uplifting fashion blogs out there.



The Frugality

London based fashion stylist, Alexandra Stedman, is a lover of high street fashion. Her blog is full of affordable but ever so stylish outfits and she is not afraid to wear bold prints.



Freddie Harrel

Her enchanting smile is enough of a reason to follow fashion blogger Freddie Harrel. Best known for mixing high street with high end and effortlessly owning her looks. We love the vibrancy Freddie brings to our feeds.



London Fashion Week SS19

Here is a run down of our favourite designers from London Fashion Week SS19 in terms of print and pattern



Erdem stayed true to their brand identity with moody, dramatic florals taking center stage even in their high summer collection. Ditsies accompanied larger scale, photographic florals to give the collection some calm.



Burberry have moved on their classic check and have evolved it to a stripe that sculpts around the body. To sit alongside this, they have gone animal crazy with cow, tiger and leopard print.

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi


Preen have experimented with all types of florals for SS19. Traditional wallpaper patterns to scattered ditsies, the collection celebrates the combination of them all.

House of Holland


Bold colour combinations sit upon snake skin designs in the newest drop for Henry Holland. Type is also used as another angle, continuing the trend from resort collections.

Temperley London


Clever placement and interesting shapes, each printed outfit in the Temperley London collection is a piece of art in its own right. A beautiful soft colour pallet to match, this collection feels fresh and new.

Marcus Lupfer


The Marcus Lupfer show just illustrates the importance of disties this season. From bright coloured grounds to pretty pastel arrangements, we love all of the above and think its going to be a massive trend for the season ahead.

Richard Quinn


Mixing vintage roses with hibiscus filled tropicals, Richard Quinn has taken a more commercial approach to his work for this collection. Known for his recycling of liberty prints, Quinn offers more contemporary prints and large, impressive scales.


All Images from

Instagram – @theprintaffair


Animal Print

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.

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Topshop’s newest campaign is called ‘Animal Magic’ and prints range from bold tiger to zebra to the classic leopard.

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Jaded London

Youthful brand Jaded London mix animal prints and the baroque taking influence from Versace.

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Zara have gone snake mad and this is in evidence across tailoring, dresses and accessories.

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& 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.

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Asos are having a lot of fun with this trend mixing animal print and florals and being experimental with mark making.

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Free People

Free people have taken a classic approach to the animal print keeping the trend sophisticated with tones of emerald greens.

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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

H&M and GP & J BAKER

Known for their ‘high street meets designer’ colaborations in the fashion world, H&M have now decided to refresh their print handwriting by teaming up with interior furnishing giants GP & Baker.

This iconic British company have been running since 1884 and have been lucky holders of the Queen’s Royal Warrant since 1982. Identified by their whimsical, enchanting floral prints, the interior brand has injected a unique twist on H&M printed garments.



“The prints selected are part of GP & J Baker’s unique DNA. They are some of our most iconic and most treasured designs, so to see them continuing their journey into a new arena in such an innovative and interesting way in the world of fashion is a wonderful prospect.”

Ann Grafton, managing director and creative director of GP & J Baker.


The team at H&M had to whittle all of the print designs from the GP & J Baker archive down to a handful of designs for the range. The “Magnolia” design, painted by William Turner as one of the designs and “Hydrangea Bird” and “Oriental Bird” which have continued to be best sellers for the company for 100 years.



The collection is commercial and are perfect shapes for transitional timing. The prints help the bridging from summer into autumn.


“It’s such a wonderful time in fashion for statement-making prints and patterns so we’re excited to be collaborating with one of the most prestigious textile and wallpaper houses,”

Pernilla Wohlfahrt, H&M’s Design Director.

All images from H&

The Printed Shoe

Set to be a big trend for SS18, the printed shoe is gracing our stores from high street to high end. We take a look here at both ends of the spectrum and the varying prints that can be found strutting down the pavements this summer.


Designer shoe brand Aquazzurahave collaborated for the second time with interior company De Gournayto create a range of beautiful range of printed shoes. The pieces all feature the new ‘Amazonia’ design full of vibrant floralsand enchanting creatures which is typical of De Gournay’sdetailed work.



DeGornayare a design company who offer wallpapers, fabrics and porcelain, all drowned in intricate, carefully designed prints. “Each artist leaves a part of his soul in their creation and it is this ‘spirit resonance’ that distinguishes our work from machine made replicas”

The collection mirrors a tropical Amazonian scene through the styling of the shoes. The capsule collection also offers mini styles for children focusing on the animals within the prints.


This video captures the whimsical beauty of this range:


Here is a look at who else is following the trend of printed shoes on the high street and high end:

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H&M – Print Play


H&M have collaborated with two wonderful artists to spruce up their kids Spring/Summer range. The range, that H&M have names ‘Print Play’, is full of bold colour,fun pattern and really celebrates print.

The campaign spans across both girls and boys wear with artist Michelle Morin offering the print for girls wear and Jonas Claesson’sgraphic style for boys wear.

Watch the campaign video here:


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“MichelleMorin works to convey the beauty of nature using texture, patterns and narrative elements throughout her work.”

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“JonasClaesson’sexpressive illustrations are characterized by playful motifs and unexpected elements.”

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Inside Out – Warehouse X The Barbican

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The complex landscape of the Barbican estate, London, is the inspiration behind Warehouse’s new spring summer collection, Inside Out. Prints are based on the granite, rough textures of the exterior of the building to exotic palm prints inspired by the interior of the conservatory.

To help showcase their collection, Warehouse invited six inspirational women from within the dynamic community to model and share their love for their surroundings of the Barbican whilst modeling the eclectically printed collection.

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Not only are the prints inspired by the landscape of the barbican, the type of fabrics that have been used have been specifically chosen to mimic the textures of the brutalist building.

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Climbing Bamboo and Songbird print

The mix of pretty botanical patterns and in a modern, exciting new concept allows the collection to be both commercial and eye catching. The trend of bringing the outdoors in has been an ongoing interest within both fashion and interiors for a few years now but it certainly isn’t disappearing. The name of the collection ‘Inside out’ celebrates this idea and allows us to have an glimpse within such a well loved London landmark

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Hot house print

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Granite print



With valentines campaigns in full swing, roses emerge as February’s favourite floral in prints over the high street and high end fashion labels. Pink and red grounds sit beneath fun conversational such as lips, hearts and even romantic slogans really vamping up the excitement for Valentines day or as many places are promoting, ‘Galentines day’, embracing a fully feminine look.





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Love Moschino




Kimchi Blue






Sister Jane

African Ethnics

Summer 2018





For festival wear next summer look out for the African ethnic print trend that is coming through to compliment the usual array of rainbows and tie and dyes.

Festivals are wonderful places to spot truly original style as well as the flaunters of the absurd. The high street and online retailers are catching on fast to this opportunity to sell outfits that stand out from the crowd and also to help the less creative. This is our favourite look from Summer 2017 Festival season taken at the Downs Festival in Bristol on a balmy summer’s evening in August. This lovely lady was napping in the sun, she has not passed out.