Thursday, 21 September 2017

Premiere Vision Autumn/Winter 2018-19 trend report


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Some photos from inside the Premiere Vision trade show.

It's that time of year again- the Premiere vision print trend report! As I was in Ghana in February this year I wasn't able to attend the Spring/summer 2018 trade show and had to wait until all of the information and photos were released onto WGSN. Of course I was extremely happy to be in Ghana, but I really missed my seasonal trend update.

After skipping Spring I was extra excited to be going back this week and this time I was able to fill out all the necessary paperwork in order to get a press wristband enabling me to take much better, less blurred and rushed, photos for this blog post. 

As always I thoroughly enjoyed the show this season, but this time was particularly great as I was free to roam and speak to the studio owners and meet some of the people I will be freelancing for. It's so inspirational hearing first hand how people have made the decision to go it alone, as it is something I have always dreamed of doing, hearing how others have taken the plunge fills me with hope and confidence that it is not impossible. Being around so many designers who have grown their own businesses from nothing and truly love what they do creates a really exciting and inspirational atmosphere-its contagious!

I remember last year I was a little disappointed with the forecasted trends for Autumn/Winter 2017-18... this year I had the opposite reaction- I can't wait to get started on some print designs! 

I always try and stick to around 12 print trends in the trend report so this involves condensing some of the PV trends, I still want to provide you all with a list of all of the trends given at the trade show so here are the original 14:

- Brush stroke sketches
- Dandy graphics
- Twirling
- Flower Power
-Cosmic landscapes
- Melancholic
-Nordic animals
-Mini gaudy
-Idealised gardens
-Pixelated vertigo
- Orientalist
- Playful polka dots
-Artsy puzzles

I have combined 'Dandy graphics' with 'Mini gaudy' as they are essentially the same aesthetic- mini geometric shirting style patterns and foulard designs. I have also combined the 'Orientalist' trend with 'Twirling' to make a floral chintz trend.

Some of the images in these trend boards are extremely blurred and for that I can only apologise. I will replace them when the proper photographs are released onto WGSN but I wanted to do the Textile Candy PV trend report post before I leave for Ghana tomorrow. The trend report isn't completely perfect but it gives an essence of what we can all expect for Autumn/Winter 2018-19. I will be making some amendments when I return from Ghana at the beginning of October as I have not yet had enough time to label the images in the trend boards but if you are a studio and see your print on here before I return from my holiday please email me at textilecandy@gmail.com and I will make sure you are properly credited!

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'Nordic Animals' and 'Twirling' will be added when I get back along with all of the correct labels :)
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