The Polymorphic Lily Pattern Trend for Womenswear

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Flowers symbolize beauty and hope. They play a healing role in this society full of anxiety and unrest and more frequently appear on clothes. The lily in Chinese culture is auspicious, respect and good luck. Its elegant appearance comforts restless souls gently. As for patterns, outlining, yellowing illustrations, abstract expressions and fine depiction contribute to lilies in various forms. The lily plays a key role in patterns, connecting garments with the wearer tightly.

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Fine and thick lines outline the lily. Minimalist brushstrokes and lavish color changes reflect the vitality of blooming lilies. Brights give positive energy to garments. This kind of pattern is ideal for shirts and dresses.

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From buds, petals to stamen or pistil, fine depiction brings different forms of blooming lilies. Tones are bright and lavish, enhancing the visual tensile force. This type of pattern fits shirts and skirts.

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Twigs in fine lines depict the fragile yet tenacious form of the lily. Tones are light and fresh, emphasizing changeable forms and weakening the visual tensile force. This pattern is mainly used to dresses and jackets.

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The Lacquer-Spraying Prints Pattern Craft Trend for Womenswear

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Individuality is the mainstream of this era, so many creative and artistic products become the focus. People pay more attention to things that stimulate emotions and express thoughts. Artistic lacquer spraying graffiti directly expresses inner voice, colorful and passionate. This technique retains the uniqueness and liveliness of handicrafts and becomes a key pattern craft in A/W 21/22. It is also used by Off-White and Christopher Kane. Alexander McQueen created a lacquer-sprayed dress on its S/S 1999 catwalk. Raf Simons once launched a lacquer spraying collection in A/W 2012 haute couture.

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As the network becomes a key way for people to communicate and socialize, digital technologies in virtual reality are increasingly growing, and more dazzling electronic technologies and special effects become an important part of life. This is also a key expression form of street graffiti lacquer-spraying art. In A/W 21/22, it will be all-over used to garments, and lavish colors strengthen the virtual reality vibe.

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Rich graffiti color blocks are all-over printed. Multiple colors give a strong visual impact and express inner feelings directly. It is ideal for dresses and jackets.

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Ready cut shapes or patterns cover the panel, so as to leave the pattern we want after lacquer spraying. This craft works well for sweatshirts, dresses and T-shirts, bringing natural patterns.

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The Unfocused Flowers Pattern Trend for Womenswear

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Technical digital theme prompts the rise of unfocused prints and injects new vitality into flowers. Painting, twisting and layering bring rich intonation and visual effects to flowers.

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The Philippine artist Olan Ventura has created a number of acrylic paintings in the tradition of 17th century Dutch still life. His paintings duplicate symbolic details in Vase by Jan Davidsz de Heem in 1660. Its ragged edges drop to grapes and other parts. His works are imbued with twists, abstraction and artistic feel.

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Ink painting flowers are stacked on the blurred and painted background, strongly artistic. Crossed brushstrokes create a blurred and unfocused visual effect. Single lines draw layers.

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Light blurred flowers dominate and pair with twisted, diagonal and waterfall fusion techniques to appear on the twisted and blurred background, delivering a psychedelic and mystical feel.

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