Prints are an integral part of the images in the collection of all famous designers. The patterns are always paid close attention. They are particularly relevant in the spring and summer, when nature comes to life, and with it all the fashionistas who seek to shine brighter than the sun.
Fashionable prints 2019
Many of the trends have been inspired by travel, vacations and nostalgia for past times. What explains the abundance of patterns come from the 80s and 90s. There were new, traditional for spring and summer prints of flowers and butterflies. And animal print, which remained at the peak of popularity for several seasons, designers moved for the spring and summer.
Some designers adopted the trends of the 60s, others used a unique technique of dyeing the fabric to achieve modern effects. “Boiled denim” became a big hit, both bright colors and pastel shades were used. Many collections included “boiled” denim, so it’s time to get your school jeans.
Animal prints were everywhere in the winter collections of designers and appeared in both the expected and the most unexpected images. The most popular were the drawings of zebra, leopard and snake. In a fashion as a natural color of these animals, and in non-traditional neon shades.
Floral patterns are an integral part of the spring season and a kind of symbol of the awakening of nature after winter sleep. Erdem used a more conservative approach and decorated bright but closed dresses with black floral patterns. Alexander McQueen created a rustic look by beautifying the dress with red poppies and adding black accents.
Polka dots are a wonderful element that will decorate any spring outfit. Designers used both retro-patterns and more modern versions. In Dolce & Gabbana, large polka dots adorn a classic business suit. In the Max Mara collection, the print was less symmetrical, but it created an accent in a monochrome outfit.
Butterflies became an excellent addition to floral patterns and appeared in designer collections both in the form of prints and as appliqués. Luisa Beccaria created a gentle outfit in pastel colors that was decorated with butterflies. A very interesting approach came from the collection of Mary Katrantzoy, when the outfit looked like a collection of butterflies with a super-realistic pattern.
Pop art is an artistic movement that mocks the snobbery of the visual arts, takes mass and everyday objects and incorporates them into artistic works. The trends of spring prints in 2019 include many different approaches to popular culture with all kinds of pop art.
Solid stripes are one of those patterns that are considered neutral, and therefore they prevailed in many designer collections. Spring and summer will be held under the sign of diagonal, horizontal and vertical stripes that adorn all types of clothing.
Is it just a doodle of a child or the work of a brilliant artist who needs to be carefully studied? Regardless of your view on abstract art, it is impossible to deny that its various elements appeared on the main podiums of the world and became one of the main trends of the spring season of 2019.
Since traveling was the main spring trend, it was natural to see how many designers use urban and architectural models to give this collection a unique touch. In some collections, these prints looked rather abstract; in others, the outlines of cities and sights could be clearly seen.
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