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The Patternbank team have selected some hot picks from Fall 2019 Haute Couture runway shows. Check out the rest of the best of Couture Fall 2019 here.

Viktor & Rolf Haute Couture Fall 2019

Guo Pei’s theatrical array of eclectic costumes ranged from Renaissance style gowns to corseted Kimonos and from grand ecclesiastical robes to wide Marie Antoinette style Pannier skirts. This collection was cleverly connected with a neutral colour palette and were all adorned with intricate embellishments and structural embroideries. In stark contrast, colour and crafty texture were key ingredients in Viktor & Rolf’s Couture collection. Densely felted fabrics and patched vintage remnants depicted scenes and sunrises and pictorial embellished skirts came complete with embroidery hoops.

Guo Pei Haute Couture Fall 2019 Fendi Haute Couture Fall 2019 Valentino Haute Couture Fall 2019

Check out the rest of the best of Couture Fall 2019 here.

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See by Chloe Fall 19 / Victoria Beckham Resort 20 This Autumn Winter 20/21 trend is a quirky play with all things equestrian and our love of man’s best friend. Illustrative horse and dog motifs adorn spacial conversational prints along side scenic paintings and sketched monochromatic images. Stella McCartney Resort 2020 / Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood SS19 SPACIAL CONVERSATIONAL / HORSE & HOUND MOTIFS / SILHOUETTE PATTERN / MONOCHROME SKETCHES / GALLOPING HORSES / SCENIC PLACEMENTS / QUIRKY DOG PRINTS / DETAILED PAINTINGS / ILLUSTRATIVE PLACEMENTS Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood SS19 / Alejandra Alonso Rojas Fall 2019 Burberry London Pre Fall19
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Our 2019 Summer Sale is on until 14 July with a 20% saving on everything on our site. This includes all Standard, Extended and Premium Designs. Use code SUMMER19 at checkout.

Don’t forget to check out our new Trends area on the site for fresh ideas on trends and prints for the new season. Below are a selection of trends for Spring/Summer 2020 – view the trends for free in more detail here.

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Patternbank brings you a snapshot of the strongest print designers seen at the recent  New Designers Graduate show. The Patternbank team once again had the privilege of experiencing this years emerging talent at the New Designers Graduate show.  New Designers is the UK’s most important graduate design exhibition, full of innovation and fresh thinking. Week 1 of the graduate show focused on Textiles and surface pattern design courses and was the ultimate event to spot the next wave of creative talent to hit the industry. New Designers Week 2 is showing until this Sunday if you are in London. Lousie Powers – @lousurfacepattern © 2019 Louise Powers © 2019 Louise Powers Leeds Art University Amber Sorayapour – @ambersorayapour © 2019 Amber Sorayapour © 2019 Amber Sorayapour © 2019 Amber Sorayapour Bath School of Art & Design Chloe Victoria Andrews – @chloeandrewdesigns © 2019 Chloe Victoria Andrews © 2019 Chloe Victoria Andrews © 2019 Chloe Victoria Andrews Loughborough University Chloe Dacosta – @chloedacostadesigns © 2019 Chloe Dacosta © 2019 Chloe Dacosta Swansea College of Art Lorna Robey – @lornarobey © 2019 Lorna Robey © 2019 Lorna Robey © 2019 Lorna Robey Leeds Art University Kara Ferguson – @karaferguson_design © 2019 Kara Ferguson © 2019 Kara Ferguson Leeds Art University Miriam Totterdell – @miritextiles © 2019 Miriam Totterdell Heriot-Watt University Emma Richardson – @thetextilestudent © 2019 Emma Richardson © 2019 Emma Richardson © 2019 Emma Richardson DJCAD, University of Dundee Candice Gray – @candicegray_textiles © 2019 Candice Gray © 2019 Candice Gray Winchester School of Art Katie Dyson – @dysonart © 2019 Katie Dyson © 2019 Katie Dyson University of Derby River Blue Wild – @Riverbluedesigns © 2019 River Blue Wild © 2019 Katie Dyson Leeds Art University Helen Imola Newton – @studioimmi © 2019 Helen Imola Newton © 2019 Helen Imola Newton Swansea College of Art Meg Boscawen – @megboscawendesigns © 2019 Meg Boscawen © 2019 Meg Boscawen Leeds Art University Calling all graduates: upload & sell your work on The Patternbank Textile design studio – it’s free to join. Sell your work online 24/7 to buyers around the globe. Log in and hit apply to become a Seller!
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Translucent coloured florals with a romantic touch are key to this trend. Faded vintage rose prints and ice cool colours give a fresh new look. VINTAGE ROSE / TRANSLUCENT COLOUR / FADED PINKS / PASTEL FLORALS / DIGITAL AND WATERCOLOURS MIXES / SPACED LAYOUTS / MODERN ROMANCE / LAYERED TEXTURE / GREYED BACKGROUNDS DUSKY REFLECTIONS / AGED PRINTS / DELICATE LAYERS / VINTAGE FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS / HAND PAINTED FLORALS / ICE COOL PALETTE / PRETTY ROMANTIC
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Explore five Swimwear focused print and pattern trends for Spring/Summer 2020.  Skin Deep Animal prints and skins are a key direction for swimwear this Season. Here, bold mixes of abstract skins and vibrant markings drive this summer trend. Tropical Brush Tropical flowers and leaves are applied using arty brush paints to this swimwear trend. Abstract marks and fast brush movements are drawn in vivid colour. Retro Bloom Drawing inspiration from the 60s & 70s florals used in vintage sun-loungers. In this trend florals get a modern revamp with varied scale and an injection of retro colour. Birds of a Feather Feathered plumes in exotic colours are placed for maximum interest in this dynamic summer trend. A psychedelic twist adds dimension and detailed interest. On Safari Safari themed prints and African wax jungle themes are key in this swimwear trend for Spring / Summer 2020.
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Spring/Summer 2020 is full of tropical gardens where exotic birds display their brightly coloured plumes amongst the dense foliage. EXOTIC BIRDLIFE / PARROTS, COCKATOOS, TOUCANS, FLAMINGOES AND HUMMING BIRDS / TROPICAL BACKGROUNDS / VIBRANT PLUMES / INTENSE COLOUR / JUNGLE LEAVES / TROPICAL FLOWERS / HAND PAINTED / WATERCOLOUR BIRDS
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Taking inspiration from the world of graffiti, Spring/Summer 2020 takes on a solid graphic feel in this bold, vibrant print trend. GRAPHIC FLOWER / SPRAY PAINT EFFECTS / SOLID COLOUR / BOLD OUTLINE / GRAFFITI SCRAWLS / CRAYON DRAWINGS / PAINT DRIPS / SPLASHY MARKS / GRAFFITI LETTERS / BOLD GRAPHICS
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Colourful fruity mixtures and fruit segments create fun tropical prints for Spring/Summer 2020. JUICY FRUITS / CHERRIES, STRAWBERRIES, POMEGRANATES, ORANGES, LEMONS, AVOCADOS, MANGOES, PEACHES & KIWI FRUITS / FRUIT SEGMENTS / SCATTERED REPEATS / SUMMER EXOTICS COLOURFUL ARRANGEMENTS / FRUITY MIXTURES / ZESTY FRUIT PLAYS / FRUIT SALAD / FRUIT TREES / SMALL SCALE PATTERN / VIBRANT TROPICAL FRUITS / INTERNAL FRUIT STRUCTURES
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Stylised florals and bold African patterns clash in bright colour combos for this vibrant Spring/Summer 2020 story. BOLD TROPICAL FLORAL / COMPLEX GEO / VIBRANT FOLIAGE / AFRICAN SUMMER GEOS / CLASHING PATTERN / COLOURFUL STRIPE PATTERNS STYLISED ETHNIC / DIAMOND AND ZIG-ZAG STRIPES / CHAOTIC GEOMETRY / VIBRANT AFRICAN PRINTS / STYLISED AFRICAN FLOWERS / AFRICAN GEO TROPICALS African Geo by Colourbook Ethnic Nature Modernby Ilha da estampa Vk181 Graphic Tropicby Victoria Krupp
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