Key print on the catwalk womenswear trend for Fall/Winter 2015-16
Mar 9, 2015
Discover the newest and most exciting prints taken straight from the runways of the Fall/Winter 2015-16 ready-to-wear shows, and be inspired to update your own collections with the most influential print and pattern trends of the season. As the womenswear shows continue, we have seen new developments emerge across styles like blocking, slogans and tribal aesthetics, updating apparel and accessories with forward looks for Fall 2015. This week, Fashion United readers can get a sneak peek at The Interior Floral trend, a directional and sophisticated print story pinpointed by the Trendstop print experts. On the runways, this trend has manifested in collections by leading designers like Vivienne Westwood and Marc by Marc Jacobs.
The Interior Floral
This season, interior-inspired prints look to the winter garden with a bouquet of floral patterns, creating elegant modern classic styles. Here, wallpaper patterns recalling William Morris' iconic designs come to life with a stylised cosmopolitan twist, complemented by textured surfaces across dresses and bags. Floral prints stand out with boldly coloured blooms on dark bases, as oversized repeats add newness to vintage aesthetics.
As seen on the London catwalks, this trend can be adapted to highlight the tactile nature of interiors design. Textural Florals add drama to the Fall/Winter wardrobe when flower prints are applied to materials like rustic wovens, jacquards, appliqués and brocades. Colour pops and mixed patterns inject a contemporary statement, while metallic detailing can be incorporated for a luxe shine.
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Images courtesy of Trendstop.com: Marc by Marc Jacobs, Karen Walker, Thakoon, Simone Rocha, Vivienne Westwood, Erdem, Burberry Prorsum, Michael Van Der Ham, all Fall/Winter 2015-16.