Sunday, February 6, 2011

S/S 2011 Trend : Graphical Prints

| Diane Von Furstenberg S/S 2011 |
Yvan Mispelaere put in Diane Spring 2011 collection wasn't necessarily more European, but there was a noticeable new polish. Signature DVF, but magnified which prints were more major, and colors simultaneously bolder and more subtle.

| Custo Barcelona S/S 2011 |
Custo Dalmau was inspired by the 70’s print-on-print and wanted to juxtapose the fantasy with reality in his collection of spring summer 2011. It was very colorful and exotic add more the designs had multi colored feathers and embellishments in it .

| Mary Katrantzou S/S 2011 |
The Mary Katrantzou Spring 2011 Collection is unique to say the least. Models strut down the runway wearing dresses with interior and digital prints on them, boasting the feeling of an interior space. A truly interesting concept backed up by extremely interesting apparel.
| Prada S/S 2011 |
Muccia Prada delivered a bright neon hues meet eclectic motifs and geometric print that she called “Minimalist Baroque” for S/S 2011.  From her fluffy foxtail stoles in cartoon stripes to her Carmen Miranda and monkey prints, the collection was a world of fun.

| Gareth Pugh S/S 2011 |
For the Gareth Pugh Spring 2011 collection, he suggested a move toward something softer, though equally bewitching. The collection itself reconciles a surreal, kaleidoscopic vision with a futuristic fetish slant, as Pugh explored dramatic op-art prints that dizzy the eye.

| Cacharel S/S 2011 |
Cédric Charlier did a great work in Cacharel S/S 2011, the dress were culminating in an explosion of paint-splotch prints Charlier said, were inspired by a book of Kim Gordon's paintings, and they were meant to invoke a floral without literally going there.

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