20 posts tagged Print in ALL BLOGS


Fendi: Lagerfeld’s Birds of Paradise

Milan: “Pleasant Aggressiveness” was the theme explored by Karl Lagerfeld for Fendi’s Pre-Summer collection. Therefore, a bird of paradise flower as a recurring motif felt especially fitting. The flower represented the Fendi woman: delicate petals represented her more feminine aspects juxtaposed against its sharp leaves, which embodied a more hard-edge beauty. The reference was almost continuous throughout the line-up; the flower ...
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Geometry Rocks at Michael Kors.

New York: Michael Kors revisited the geometry classroom for fall, and more specifically, a 70’s geometry classroom. This was a far cry from the more stripped back aesthetic we’ve been seeing in recent collections - Kors hit refresh and embraced all out “Graphic glamour”.  This was made clear from Look one – a mink intarsia oversize coat, in a geometric ...
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Serenity in the City at Boss

New York: For resort, Jason Wu focused on the Boss woman: commanding, powerful and sleek. Sleek she was, not a hair out of place thanks to Wu’s attuned eye for impeccable tailoring. Before the show, Wu spoke of his intentions of “injecting a sense of ease into the clothes.” He did just this by applying a soft and feminine palette to ...
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Eighties graphics mix with retrospective femininity at Preen

London: Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi, designers for Preen, looked to the late Ray Petri’s work at the Buffalo label and his images of the early eighties for inspiration. The endemic bold graphic elements were worked in to the brand’s signature floaty drop waist dresses, while striking panels of black and white in slim skirts were paired with crisp white ...
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Denim Design Talent: Alex Mullins -

WGSN takes a closer look at the S/S 2015 collection of London based menswear designer Alex Mullins. Hailing from south west London, Alex Mullins studied BA Fashion with Print at Central Saint Martins, following with an MA in menswear at the Royal College of Art. A 2012 graduate, Mullins was part of the initial collective of young designers (alongside Craig Green and ...
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London Fashion Week S/S 14 – Print & Pattern

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at the the key print and pattern trends from London Fashion Week. Here is a collection of prints ranging from hand-painted florals to oversized, digital shoes. Surreal floral patterns / Vibrant, textured screen prints / Hand-painted aesthetic Illustrated, geometric constructions / Sharp, linear abstractions /  Bold vector graphics Multiple patchwork florals / Obscure combinations / Florals take ...
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Editor’s Choice: Collaged Clothing

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. This weekly highlight focuses on creative fabric collages using digital media. Using appropriated black and white photography, artists clip in patterned fabrics, flowers and abstract textures into existing clothing. This transformative method of working creates a contemporary aesthetic.
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Bryan Olson – Scientific Surrealism

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at the works of American artist Bryan Olson. Olson is a collage artist and musician based in North Carolina. His signature cut and paste style is inspired by retro imagery and sci-fi day dreams. To view more work visit www.bryanolsoncollage.com To view more work visit www.bryanolsoncollage.com
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Michiel Schuurman – Silk Screen Posters

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at the works of Dutch graphic designer Michiel Schuurman. Schuurman, currently based in Amsterdam specializes in typography and poster design. He combines bright colors, warped realities, harsh perspectives, and trippy patterns which he often screen prints himself. To view more work visit Michiel Schuurman. To view more work visit Michiel Schuurman.
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Editor’s Choice – Bread & Butter

Stylesight’s graphics team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen at Bread & Butter this week in Berlin. Here are some of the key trends for the upcoming S/S 14 season. The Tiger face graphic is the go-to animal graphic for this season, with so many renditions and interpretations on show at Bread & Butter. Tropadelic prints in ...
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LCF Illustration Degree Show

Stylesight’s Graphics Team visited Londonewcastle Project Space in Shoreditch for London College of Fashion's Illustration BA Graduate show. The show features a wide variety of fashion print and illustration ranging from woodcuts to screen prints. Here is a selection of our top picks. To contact the LCF Graduates please click here.
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London Mens Fashion Week – Print & Pattern

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you our top picks from London Fashion Week. For an in depth review of these collections head over to the Daily Chronicles.
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Ellen Gallagher: AxME

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at the works of North American artist Ellen Gallagher and her latest exhibition at the Tate Modern. Gallagher explores myth, nature, science fiction and social history to create a series of works using mixed media applications such as painting, drawing, relief, collage, print, sculpture, film and animation. The exhibition at the Tate Modern runs through ...
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Richard Woods – D.I.Y.

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at Richard Woods latest exhibition at The Alan Cristea Gallery in London called "D.I.Y." Richard employs traditional block-printing methods onto wooden panels that are then joint as parquetry. From floor to ceiling, Woods' disrupts the geometry of space and the objects within it creating an artificial world. By painting vivid colors against the grain and ...
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Interiors: Cath Kidston Cafe and Concept House

Famous for vintage-inspired prints and cutesy homewares, Cath Kidston unveiled a concept house and café as part of the brand's F/W 13 collection preview. Moving-on from the more traditional floral prints associated with the brand, over 30 new designs were presented, comprising “more hints of prints” than “kitsch print overload”. To best showcase this younger, fresher aesthetic, a concept house was installed ...
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