The most fashionable patterns on fabrics in 2018

Are you interested in fashion and would you like to see the most fashionable patterns on fabrics in 2018? If you are, do not hesitate and explore the latest designs and patterns of 2018! The article has been made based on dozens of collections of famous designers that were presented at Fashion Weeks in Paris, Milan and New York. The detailed review of those Fashion Weeks is available at ctnbee.com/en.

Stripes

The most fashionable design and pattern of spring and summer 2018 are stripes. They are wide and narrow, vertical, horizontal and diagonal, two-coloured and multi-coloured. Some of them are decorated in saturated colours, sweet candy and subtly pastel. Those patterns were noticed at numerous collections, such as Carolina Herrera's show, 3.1 Philip Lim's show, Fendi and Jason Wu's show.

Check

The second most fashionable design and pattern of spring and summer 2018 is check. It would seem that check only works in colder months. And now, it’s spring and summer face has been showed in various collections, including Dries Van Noten, Marc Jacobs, Chanel, Calvin Klein and Balenciaga. The check were applied at blouses, skirts, dresses and suits. It looks really interesting.

Flowers

Another most popular design and pattern of this year is a flower. Flowers are associated with spring and summer and it’s nothing strange that they are widely applied. The well-known designers have used various types and size of flowers. Some excellent examples are collections of Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Marc Jacobs and Sacai.

Black polka dots

During describing the most fashionable designs and patterns of spring and summer 2018, it is worth to mention fashion classics- Black polka dots. They really returned and they look amazing, especially in the Carolina Herrera's new collection presented at one of the Fashion Weeks.

Those are the most trendy styles of 2018. If you feel like seeing much more, feel free to visit our website at ctnbee.com/en and learn more about trendy fabrics, patters and designs of 2018.