There are the trends being stealthily unveiled on the catwalk and then there are the trends already being championed by the celebrities of the front row. This season fashion week has been consumed by bold prints, in particular top to toe ensembles. Solange Knowles and Leigh Lezark even opted for Noon By Noor’s Spring Summer 14 feather print in tandem. Now that’s matchy matchy!
And Solange Knowles and Leigh Lezark weren’t the only fashion week stars - Coco Rocha stepped out on two separate occasions in matching printed co-ords in New York whilst Nicola Roberts represented the UK side in matching green psychedelic prints at Henry Holland.
The print following comes as no surprise with last season’s big trend contenders including camouflage, houndstooth and check prints - all of which can be seen dropping into stores now. Yes! Add a stylish update to a simple outfit with one printed piece, or go all out like the celebs of fashion week and choose a double dose of print for the ultimate fashion statement. Want extra style points? Then work a check print and kill two trends in one go – 90s grunge & print!
Shop The Best Of The Print Trend Below:
Leather Snake Ankle Boot, £79.99, Zara
Freddie Printed Dress, £418, Diane Von Furstenberg at Matches Fashion
Red/Blue Check Suit Jacket, £100, Topshop
Red/Blue Check Suit Trousers, £50, Topshop
Palm Tree Medium Pouch, £355, MCM at Harrods
Marble Print Top, £155, Whistles
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