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Fabric & Print Morphing

Subtle fabric or print morphing is almost becoming the new ombré or dégradé.

A trend we first noted in New York and one picked up by designers on the London runways, subtle fabric or print morphing is almost becoming the new ombré or dégradé. Morph contrasting textures into one another, like Matthew Williamson’s sequins and feathers, or Erdem’s tweed into a solid.

A more commercial application may be for the combination of two contrasting prints shaded into each other, as seen at Clements Ribeiro.

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