With the constant evolution of technology there’s no surprise that the intricacy of prints in fashion have become statement all on their own. Womenswear saw a great surge in hyper prints for SS11 last year and menswear in SS12 has very much taken a shine to this trend to. It is by no means a subtle affair, from tropical exotic flowers at Givenchy to arty graffiti from Christopher Kane.
KTZ print vest, £163
Pendleton meets Opening Ceremony, £334
Bless overlapping shirt, £379
Pendleton Aztec Print Trousers, £215
Pierre Hardy Hi-top trainers, £265
There is really only one wear to wear print this season: head to toe. The key to wearing print is to either keep them matching, or find shades that are familiar in both prints. If you are more reserved however mix these outlandish prints with a block colour or a more subtle print (stripes for example). This trend is all about experimentation and exploration. Go forth and be loud.