The Amplified Geometric Challenge
The Amplified Geometric challenge week five. The surface pattern marketplace now sends out a weekly design challenge to all creative designers, and illustrators that have joined their marketplace. By offering a weekly design challenge, it is a great way to really test their skills and creativity. By accepting the challenge they then have to create one or two designs in their hand, giving their own interpretation.
The Geometric Pattern
Each week the surface pattern marketplace chooses a topic that is relevant or has recently been in the fashion or home interiors blogs or trend news.
Exaggerated Geometric Design
This week they decided the challenge on a recent Paris Fashion Week show, exhibiting some amazing Exaggerated Geometric patterns for women’s and Men’s wear 2020 from the top fashion designers.
The Geometric Pattern
Geometric Design in 1920’s Fashion for Women
The geometric design was first seen in the 1920’s Fashion for women when the young free spirited women in this modernist era of the Roaring Twenties and the Jazz Age, as women gained their freedom and independence. The 1920’s Fashion trends were the shorter, lower waist dresses and revealing styles worn by the Flappers, the ‘bobbed’ hairstyles, cloche hats, the casual, haphazard fashion of a mixture of brightly coloured clothes, scarves and stockings with bold, striking Art Deco geometric designs of the era. Fashion for women 1920
The Geometric Challenge
This weeks challenge the designers were asked to design one or two patterns using the brief of Amplified Geometric trend for women’s apparel S/S 2020. This weeks response has again been amazing, and the designers have really used their creativity having producing some exceptional quality work. Our aim for this weekly challenge was to create a brief that was both challenging and fun at the same time.
The winner is Paola Pagano studio, and is known to her friends and family as Paola. Paola is an illustrator and pattern designer based in Milan, where she moved after spending most of her 20’s in NYC. A naive graceful touch and a colourful, moody palette of textures characterise her work. Her cultural DNA ranges from the Italian traditional majolica motifs, to the grace of Japanese prints, to the wacky New York style. Paola’s work has depth, richness, and emotion within each pattern. Her work is simple in some ways, yet so powerful and enchanting.
Paola has produced an amazing design, using all the colours given in the brief, and produced a great statement pattern suitable for women’s or Men’s wear 2020 Season. The design shows bold elements of geometric shapes that mix together in harmony, and the colours really work together to create a great statement piece that not only could be used on apparel, but could be quite easily seen on a wall as a piece of art. The design looks just as good on a top, for women’s wear, but also works just as well on men’s trousers. To view more of Paola’s designs for license. Please click Here – Paolas Portfolio Collection
Join Our Challenge
You will need to have an account with us first, click on start selling button on the homepage, complete our registration form, – and then send us 5 JPG images of your most recent work, your CV, and a brief intro as to why you would like to join the fastest growing surface pattern and textile marketplace in the World.
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