Spring-Summer 2016 Fashion trends: Womenswear key prints
After we've made an overview of the modern materials in women's wardrobe for the hot season of 2016, now it's time to take a look at the key print directions for the same period. The trend analysts at Trendstop.com - one of the world's leading trend forecasting agencies, renowned for its insightful trend analysis and forecasts - reveal two key print trends for Spring-Summer 2016.
'Back To Nature.
This season, heralds a fresh return to nature, as fashion prints demonstrate a renewed focus on organic, earthy aesthetics.
Graphic Marble offers a modern twist on mineralized patterns,
while Scratch the Surface infuses looks with a crude, untreated natural feel.'
This Multi-Application print trend is all about revamping recognizable marble patterns with a bold graphic finish, bringing styles to life with a vivid intensity. 3.1 Phillip Lim underlines the striking effect with both color pop and sheer detailing on a sweater. Meanwhile, fluid digital prints impact with shades of black, white and blue on ICB dresses and Rachel Comey coordinations.
Ideal for the Junior and Contemporary Markets, Graphic Marble's flowing patterns also stand out on Spring-Summer accessories. Formal footwear catches the eye at Peter Som, as gently curved patterns look luxurious on enameled Anya Hindmarch clutches. Stella McCartney's print is brought out by the plain black lace detailing on a pair of sneakers.
Scratch The Surface
Multiple scratch markings crisscross across fabric, creating hatched vertical and horizontal striping for a raw organic feel. Kenzo incorporates a DIY feel with illustrated scratch stripes, as patterns look refined with tonal blue hues at Felipe Oliveira. Andrew GN adds interest to a top with print mix bands.
More versatile than Graphic Marble in that it's suited to all Market types, Scratch the Surface prints lend a natural world statement to a range of accessory styles. Kenzo leads the way with blue-tinged scratches on white on slouchy clutches and floppy sunhats, while Leonard offers a luxe alternative with suspended black scratches in a Perspex bangle.
Photos & Information: Trendstop.com
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