According to one of the Indigo Paris show’s exhibitor: “The show was great!” The Indigo Paris show has fostered creativity and inspiration for the Spring-Summer 15 season.
An edition full of creative inspiration that gathered together 198 design studios and 14,966 visitors.
Discover the spirit of the DNG Design Autumn Winter 1415 collection at Indigo New York: monochromatic earthy textures, sketchy watercolor florals, blurred florals, black & white mini geometric pattern clash, hazy ikat prints, organic tie-dye prints, kaleidoscope patterns, patchwork pattern mix up, miniature geometric patterns, foulard border prints, zebra prints, palazzo prints, embellishments & placement t-shirt prints.
Distributed in the show's fashion areas, the "Influences" document spotlights leading decorative directions for the Fall Winter 1415 season. Created by the Indigo fashion team, it is the result of a broad survey of creative trends across all artistic fields, and is produced in close collaboration with illustrators, designers, painters, street and other artists, along with international design studios exhibiting at Indigo.
Marina Ignarski Designs is coming to the show with a vintage, traditional and contemporary textile designs collection for the fashion industry and interior design.
The collection consists of patterns of delicate feathers from exotic birds, precious floral patterns and modern geometric prints. This season, the company’s prints will include a combination of dark and bright tones, giving the collection a sense of variety.
Indigo New York and Première Vision New York are held at the same time and place. Next January 14 and 15, Première Vision New York will present the Spring Summer 15 fabric collections alongside to the rich offer of textile designs at Indigo.
Among exhibitors showing on the second floor are Kidswear specialists Peagreen and Paul Vogel.
Also here, Atom Designs and Colette and Blue will be presenting some designs for the Juniors' market.
And discover a range of products for the women's market at Amanda Kelly, Atmosphere, Bernini, Blue Studio, The Colorfield, Lineastudio, Musticstyle,Nuvo, Owens and Kim...
Buyers can also find fresh ideas at the show's new exhibitors: Antique Textile Resource, Anton & Ink, Caju Collective, Capim Puro, D.Matt Smith, DNG Design, Gather No Moss, Is this Utopia, Piece of Chic, PRNT Studio, Via Volta.
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This season at Indigo New York, Plum Knit Studio will introduce a fresh and sophisticated collection of knit swatch designs for fashion- womenswear, childrenswear and menswear.
The company’s key focus is to offer innovative and trend-led fashion knitwear ideas developed using exciting stitch interpretations, textures, yarn combinations and color. This season is all about lofty chunky knits with warmth and cosiness in rich colors. The textures are either fluffy with brushed, blurred color or clean, with fantastic clear stitch definition.
For the Fall Winter 1415 season, Prints of Orange will be showing a fresh, contemporary collection of prints for womenswear, menswear, interior and papergoods market.
Digitally and handpainted, the company offers this season a wide range of prints based on the current trends presented on silk and paper.
The exhibitors of the next session of Indigo New York include the leading studios presenting unique, highly creative textile and surface designs for all sectors of the fashion market (men, women, junior, children, infant, lingerie, swimwear, sportswear and accessories) and some collections for the home market.
Surface Print Source will offer this season an exciting array of trends and print styles. The company’s Fall Winter 1415 collection includes a new take on textures, bountiful florals, abstract landscapes, and a large array of fun and very wearable geometrics. Last but not least, discover their fun and unexpected palette!
For the Fall/Winter 1415 season, Wakefield Design Studio has focused on inspiration from the world traveler, which is a mix of global patterns that gives a rich, ethnic flavor. Some categories included in this are romantic florals, tribal and ethnic mixed patterns, sophisticated lace, patchwork geometrics, opulent animals, and painterly abstracts.
Exclusively for Indigo New York, Zinc design’s knitters have been working on different themes: “Handed Down”, with weathered and worn garments, “Blurred Vision”, developing subtle ombres and soft fluffy yarns, and “Warp and Weft”, presenting eyelash tweeds and monochrome reverse jacquards with a shot of neon bright.
This season, the company has also injected a bit of punch with a graphic red story called “Seeing red”.