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WOMEN'S F/W 2015-16 RUNWAY PRINT REPORT - FLORAL REDUX
Discover exciting new prints hot off the runways of the Fall/Winter 2015-16 ready-to-wear shows, and be inspired with the most influential print and pattern trends of the season. This week, WeConnectFashion readers can get a first look at The Interior Floral trend, a directional print story pinpointed by the Trendstop print experts. This trend was spotted in collections by leading designers like Karen Walker and Marc by Marc Jacobs.
INTERIOR FLORAL PRINT TREND
Image courtesy Trendstop: Marc by Marc Jacobs backstage
Image courtesy Trendstop: Marc by Marc Jacobs, Karen Walker, Thakoon, Simone Rocha, all Fall/Winter 2015-16.
Urban William Morris - This fall, interior-inspired prints look to the winter garden with a bouquet of floral patterns, creating sophisticated modern classic effects. Here, wallpaper patterns recalling William Morris’ iconic designs come to life with a stylized cosmopolitan twist, as seen with textured surfaces across Marc by Marc Jacobs skirts and Simone Rocha Bags. Meanwhile, bold floral prints stand out on dark bases at Thakoon, with oversized repeats adding newness to vintage aesthetics at Karen Walker.
Image courtesy Trendstop: Vivienne Westwood, Erdem, Burberry Prorsum, Michael Van Der Ham, all Fall/Winter 2015-16.
Textural Florals - A key trend on the London F/W15 runways, this trend can be adapted to highlight the tactile nature of interiors design. Textural Florals add drama to the winter wardrobe when flower prints are applied to materials like rustic wovens, jacquards, appliqués and brocades. Color pops and mixed patterns produce modern statements at Erdem and Burberry Prorsum, along with contrasts of texture at Vivienne Westwood. At Michael Van Der Ham, we see how a luxe shine can be created with a touch of metallic.
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