Wondering what kind of print we should pick to decorate our outfit throughout 2012? Let’s find it out by referring to Spring 2012 runways. Forget floral, that’s too obvious for Spring collections. Designers get more creative this season in exploring prints and there are some patterns that caught the designers’ eyes more than the rest; they are bird, baroque and landscape.
This print filled the runways with whimsical feelings. Since an image of a bird is usually composed of more than one colors, it makes the bird prints easy to be matched with various colors, soft pastels, bright bold colors, even metallic tones look great with bird print.
Giles, Marcs by Marc Jacobs
Jill Stuart; Commuun
Baroque is a pattern that gives rich, ornamental and antique vibes to the fabric. Baroque pattern used to be applied as an embroidery, but these days designers have taken them to a more modern direction by using assorted textiles like luscious metallic and light fabric.
Stella McCartney, Roberto Cavalli
Now the image of a landscape not only belongs to paintings. Whether it is tropical jungle or the sea; they’re used nicely in the right proportion on the garments. It’s hard not to be swept away by the prints because they are all beautiful and soothing to look at. Let’s enjoy the view!
Dries Van Noten
Mary Katrantzou, Peter Pilotto