Story about patterns

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Clothes, shoes, interior and exterior decoration… are `territories` for designers to unleash their creativity with patterns.

Unpretentious luxury is a new trend.

In addition to refreshing classic patterns from Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Dior, there are two really important and unique pattern trends that have been taking over the world fashion scene in recent years.

Peter Pilotto, Dolce & Gabbana, Mary Katrantzou

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Peter Pilotto, Dolce & Gabbana, Dries Van Noten

Sublimation digital printing

When mentioning printing techniques, people immediately think of the London fashion catwalk, the cradle of design talents such as Alexander McQueen, Hussein Chalayan, Antonio Berardi in the 1990s or Mary Katrantzou, Peter Pilotto, Erdem Moralioglu

`Surprisingly beautiful, enchanting and stunning`, that’s how leading fashion magazines describe Mary Katrantzou’s collections.

Joining Mary Katrantzou in the digital printing revolution are the duo Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos.

Peter Pilotto is not the only brand loved by A-list stars. Erdem Moralioglu’s distinctively feminine designs are also sought after by royalty, wives of heads of state and celebrities.

The explosion of vibrant patterns on the catwalks and streets is testament to the trio’s influence, with many of the following patterns appearing across retail fashion stores, making their mark on

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1.Erdem – 2.Peter Pilotto – 3.Mary Katrantzou

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Peter Pilotto, Mary Katrantzou, Mary Katrantzou

Geometric pattern

Missoni, Emilio Pucci, Marni… are brands associated with images with geometric patterns.

Missioni’s knitwear products are famous for their typical patterns such as stripes, geometric, abstract flowers and kaleidoscopes, the most prominent of which is the zigzag pattern.

Swirling patterns have been associated with the Emilio Pucci brand from season to season.

Also leading the ranks of famous fashion labels for geometric patterns is Marni.

Proenza Schouler, an emerging, very youthful and popular brand in New York, chooses a repeating triangle pattern as its signature pattern.

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1.Marni – 2.Marni – 3.Missoni – 4.Pierre Hardy – 5.Emilio Pucci

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