Pattern People: Runway Patchwork Geo Resort 16



background: korean wrapping cloth, Chanel, ADEAM, Edun

Interesting geo stories are emerging on the Resort runways with lots of black and white and some 60’s inspired modern prints. The most enthralling so far has been Chanel’s show which took place in Seoul. Prints were inspired by the bright colors of modern Seoul, as well as the Korean patchwork technique called pojagi. This type of patchwork is used on wrapping cloth which covers everything from stored clothing to presents. I am feeling inspired by the unconventional quilting configurations here and look forward to incorporating these compositions in my next print collection. What do you think?








Pattern People
Founded in 2007 by designers Claudia Brown and Jessie Whipple Vickery, Pattern People is an industry leading print studio known for producing innovative and forward-driven patterns. Merging their backgrounds in fashion, art, and graphic design, the duo brings a unique and multi-faceted perspective on print and pattern design.
TextileSpring-Summer 2016
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