Hot prints 2022/23
Fashion is a synergy of mathematically precise trends. WGSN, the world’s leading trend forecasting company, studies trends in the world of fashion, textile design, interior design etc. For many years in a row, its analytical reports on the world of fashion include works by our designers from Solstudio Textile Design. Therefore, we can safely say that Print-a-porter knows everything about trends in textile printing.
Solstudio Textile Design, the founding studio of Print-a-porter Digital Textile Design Platform, creates fabrics designs for 30 countries around the world. Our prints are on the trends stands of the leading textile exhibitions, such as Premiere Vision (Paris), Intertextile Shanghai (Shanghai), Munich Fabric Start (Munich), Indigo (New York).ых выставок: Premiere Vision (Париж), Intertextile Shanghai (Шанхай), Munich Fabric Start (Мюнхен), Indigo (Нью-Йорк).
So what about fashion trends 2022-2023?
- Firstly, in the last couple of years that have passed under the sign of the COVID-19 pandemic, work-life balance has come to the fore. Fashion designers prefer to create suits, dresses and blouses that are suitable for both working at home and going out.
- Secondly, the natural trend takes on a new meaning. The desire to be closer to nature is evident in everything, from interior textiles and decor to natural fabrics that are pleasant to wear both in hot and cold weather.
For example, Business of fashion highlights the fashion for wool, mohair, tweed, boucle, recycled polyamide and nylon, fleece, brushed jersey, flannel, as well as stitched and quilted fabrics.
- Thirdly, His Majesty Color comes to the fore. A mix of bold colors and cutting-edge digital printing is the secret to success in the fashion world. Nevertheless, traditional motifs, checks and tartans, the Prince of Wales check, stripes a la rugby, lozenges, pop graphics, insignia, logos and floral motifs are also trending.
You can get more visual information about the trends from the examples below, showing Solstudio Textile Design prints included in the WGSN and Premiere Vision reports.