-Getting inspired by print design creativity-
At One Marylebone in London, the print design fair is just rounded off.
John Kelley, the organizer of the London Textile Fair, decided to introduce this new type of exhibition.
This is the first début of it here in London.
It should be a way, he said, for the print design studios to show their latest trends and ideas after the catwalks in a more intimate way than the big fairs.
The exhibitors were some of the UK’s biggest print designer and there were more than thirty stands to explore.
They showed their collection for S/S 15, with some A/W highlights as well.
I’ve immediately found a large variety of printing style, ranging from hand drawn to digital and from graphic to vintage.
I really advice to check some designers out. Especially I loved Circus Stars Design’s studio fabrics (https://www.facebook.com/CircusStarsDesign?fref=ts). And the printing ideas by Owens and Kim (http://www.owensand- kim.com/).
Find out Miniola Design (https://www. miniola.co.uk) with their amazing vintage inspired outfits.
My Love My Leggings loves prints as much as those designers do.
The range of prints we used is entirely made by the head designer Carlotta Gherzi.
These are only few ideas for this starting springtime happiness.
Let give us a scent of dreamy summer with an explosion of colour, mixing different styles, making contrasts to be unique and original.
Let’s be eyes-catching in our simplicity with a print touch that explain ourselves.
Find out more about our collections at www.mylovemyleggings.com. And keep in touch for the new spring /summer collection.
Written by Vittoria Cavanna