Spring-Summer 2015 Fashion Trends: Prints
Today's forecast for modern prints in women's fashion for apparel and accessories is made by analysts at Trendstop.com (one of the world's leading trend forecasting agencies for fashion and creative professionals, renowned for its insightful trend analysis and forecasts. Its clients list includes Forever21, Ralph Lauren, H&M, Hugo Boss and L'Oreal).
Spring-Summer 2015 will be all about the bold colorful artistic energizing prints.
APPAREL - Taken directly from the artist's studio, bold brush strokes, paint splatters and ink spills appear in either placement or all-over applications. Loose-fit Celine dresses create the look of walking works of art, as Viktor & Rolf adopt a more urban vibe with spray paint scrawls and Acne jackets come saturated in watercolor splotches.
ACCESSORIES - Over in accessories and footwear, white grounds provide a canvas-like base to set off colorful designs. Chanel's iconic quilted bag resembles a paint palette, while Vivienne Westwood hi-tops express a favela street art flavor. Claire Barrow works with a DIY feel, as seen in a surreal illustrated face that peeks out from a blue paint panel.
Art Movement Mix
APPAREL - This inspired multi-application trend fuses aesthetic elements from key art movements like Cubism, Art Noveau and Art Deco, as seen in print, embroidery and applique. Metallic-defined lines express a '20s feel on Gucci shirts, while colored sleeve panels glitter on sequined Maison Martin Margiela designs. Swirling pattern placements stand out on black at N21.
ACCESSORIES - Similar artistic shapes and patterns are combined in Spring/Summer 2015 accessories and footwear. Fendi bags incorporate tonal linear panels, as multicolored geos on white make Paul Smith shoes resemble chic canvases. Andrew GN totes fuse a variety of graphics for a stark statement in monochrome.
Photos & Information: Trendstop.com
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