PATCHWORK FASHION

Patchwork Fashion, Next Spring and Summer sees the ever popular patchwork make a come back into the high street.

FUNKY

This 1970’s funky style has been seen on recent Paris fashion week models seen wearing a mash up of patchwork fashion, tye dye and surf wear for the new Spring and Summer Collection from Raf Simons of Calvin Klein.

patchwork fashion by the surface pattern marketplace

Design by Elizabeth Cadd – Four Elements Design Studio

INSPIRING

Proenza Schuler came in a close second with some fantastic re takes on the tye dye, and patchwork fashion effect, and the Italians came in with shark attack fever clothing in the Milan show with fabulous mixture of patchwork effect, surf wear and inspired wear by Etro and Sportsmax.

patchwork fashion by the surface pattern marketplace

Design by Elizabeth Cadd – Four Elements Design Studio

UPCYCLED

Meanwhile in Paris, Marine Serre worked her amazing wizardry on the cat walk and re worked and upcycled patchwork fashion effects with neoprene wet suits and transformed them into stunning gowns.

patchwork fashion by the surface pattern marketplace

Design By Elizabeth Cadd – Four Elements Design Studio

SUITABILITY

Here at the Surface Pattern Marketplace we have a wonderful collection of patchwork fashion designs, suitable for women’s wear, children’s wear, swimwear and active wear.

This style of pattern would also look excellent on Home Decor: soft furnishings, sofas, cushions and bedding.

LICENSED DESIGNS

Our patchwork designs are available on our Exclusive Premium License – This  License allows you exclusive use – that your Company has unlimited use of. You will receive the original file in AI or PSD format, as well as any original designs,sketches, and JPG images, mock ups, etc. They are available for  Immediate download, and when purchased are removed from our marketplace.

To View our Patchwork Spring and Summer 2019 Collection Click Here.

Vogue Spring and Summer Trends

Comments

  1. Four Elements Design Studio

    Thanks for posting my designs on the blog, they are such a lot of fun to work on. I have some genuine original crazy patchworks – handmade in velvets and silks from the 1900’s which I’ve always loved. Each piece has a decorative stitching to. Such inspiration!