Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Scarf Prints Trending

Summer is approaching and new fashion trends are heating up for the Fall/Winter 2018 season. Today’s post is covering the scarf print trend. 

Inspired by Hermes, we are watching a charming accessory taking full control. 


  Less is more with Yohji Yamamoto as two designs elegantly drape and overlap on the human form. Mixed in is some of our development for the new fall line.  

      
      While Marine Serre, 3.1 Phillip Lim and Gucci, are the entire opposite. 
The more the better! Prints gone wild.

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Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Mad about Plaid

Plaids are taking center stage on the Fall 2018 runway as brands share their twist on this classic print. 


Audra unexpectedly overlays a large felted orange and pink plaid over a neutral glen plaid. A Piece Treaty also adds a pop of pastel blue to their monochrome tartan print. Below, we also see how Vivienne Westwood, Palm Angels, and Alice and Olivia all use accents of yellow in a variety of check and tartan prints.


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Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Spring Color Stories


Today we're exploring color stories inspired by our spring trends from our Animal Menagerie and Glamour Graphic collections. 

 We have a variety of prints featuring this dry earthy color story, including many sophisticated textures, skins and geos.  These rich green neutral tones add depth and richness in an organic way. 


Our next color story comes from some new designs in our Glamour Graphic line. Our geo prints take center stage as asymmetrical shapes combine to create statement graphics. Diagonal patterns,  contrasting line weights and linear shapes add dynamic movement to prints as bright colors provide a visually fun element to the geometric patterns.


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Monday, February 5, 2018

Spring Trends

Today we're showing a fun mix of prints inspired by our spring trends! First up is the Menagerie, an abstract and textural color play on a sophisticated animal print.


 The Glamour Graphic trend combines statement stripes with chic geos and plays on the idea of a graphic mixed print series.


Our Multi-Florious trend is a mixture of different florals with a painterly impressionist feel to a more 70s graphic vibe. 



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Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Get Moving in Glamour Graphics!


How are your fitness New Year's resolutions coming along? We've created a fun spring line of prints that will add color to your closet while making you feel fun and fabulous! Perfect for activewear and daywear, our multidimensional lines, abstract shapes, and eclectic styling of color combinations are sure to make you stand out amongst the crowd and while you go about your day!

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