New Fashion Prints

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Pavilion Books, 2008 - Design - 192 pages
After being pushed aside in the 1990s in favor of an ?all-engulfing sea of black,” fashion prints are back with a vengeance, and this comprehensive, globe-spanning guide captures the trend beautifully. Thanks to technological innovations, designers are using computer imaging technology to make ever-more-creative patterns on ever-faster production schedules. No longer do staid paisleys rule; this cutting-edge collection covers the full range of print design, from floral, geometric, and figurative through the minimalist and psychedelic. With more than 200 illustrations of fabrics from 35 designers from Europe, Asia, North America, and the Pacific, this follow-up to the highly-successful New Fashion Illustration offers a survey of the best the fashion world has to offer.

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About the author (2008)

Martin Dawber is an internationally acclaimed author on contemporary fashion, style and image. A graduate of the prestigious Royal College of Art, he was the Principal Lecturer in Fashion at John Moores University for over 30 years and continues to be globally in demand as a recognised authority on fashion and illustration. He is the best-selling author of New Fashion Illustration, New Fashion Prints and Big Book of Fashion Illustration (2007) (9780713490459).


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