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Missoni, Fall/Winter 1998

Lucy Moyse

Source: Fashion Photography Archive, 2015, Fashion Photography Archive


From a simply cut, ribbed sweater in vivid lime greens, reds, and sherbet oranges, to seemingly formal jackets worn wide open to reveal the model’s bra, Missoni’s fall/winter 1998 collection featured classic shapes worn in daring new ways. The brand had traditionally been known for its distinctive, multicolored zigzag stripes, yet the appointment of Angela Missoni, the daughter of the founders, in 1996 as creative director, led to a revived aesthetic, cementing knitwear’s place within fashion.

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Alex Russell

Source: The Fundamentals of Printed Textile Design, 2011, Fairchild Books Library

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Designs for printed textiles are often categorized by their content. This category is likely to be the a key word used to describe a particular print or pattern. Despite the fact that the definitions can be quite fluid and that not all terms are in use by all practitioners, they provide a useful way of introducing much of the key content of printed textiles. This section will look at six main groups that can be used to define different types of print and pattern. Not every pattern can be describe

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