Brianne Burnell
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Pattern Party

A blog about all things print and pattern! Working through pattern development, collecting inspiration from nature, design, art, and researching pattern design trends in high fashion, children's clothing, and housewares! 

Pattern Roundup: Designer Kids

 STELLA McCARTNEY KIDS

STELLA McCARTNEY KIDS

I'm going to warn you right off the bat, 3/8 of these pieces are from Stella McCartney Kids because I am really loving their patterns. This one has everything! Arrows, a little sprinkle section that looks like a watermelon, polka dots big and small... overall a very fun charming print. 

 AMERICAN OUTFITTERS

AMERICAN OUTFITTERS

I've never heard of American Outfitters but this sweet polka dot print is making me want to seriously investigate. I love irregular polka dots and these colours are really beautiful. I especially like the neutral dots mixed in. 

 STELLA McCARTNEY KIDS

STELLA McCARTNEY KIDS

Obviously I couldn't resist this marbled print from Stella McCartney. Marbling is such a great trend right now (lately I've been drooling over the marbled prints Emily Jane Long is making) and these creamy pastels make me think of ice cream and macarons! Please make it in my size Stella. 

 PHILIPP PLEIN JUNIOR

PHILIPP PLEIN JUNIOR

I don't love the use of text in this print, but I love the black and white sketchbook feel with key details like crowns and flowers rendered in colour. And the critters have heart eyes! 

 LITTLE MARC JACOBS

LITTLE MARC JACOBS

"Little Marc Jacobs" is such a cute name for their kids line. These candies are some of my favourites because I love black liquorice AND they come in beautiful pastel colours. Add some sequins and a bubblegum pink background... what's not to love?

 GUCCI KIDS

GUCCI KIDS

This Gucci print is incredible! Totally unexpected for a kids piece with those aggressive looking wolves and tigers.

 STELLA McCARTNEY KIDS

STELLA McCARTNEY KIDS

Our last Stella piece, so so so dreamy. Those soft watercoloury brush strokes, I can't get over this one. I love how dusty all of the pastels are too - not too sweet. 

 

Images via FARFETCH