Evteks 2013 Trends

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motion.

A wider insight in the world of tomorrow. The zeitgeist is changing. Welfare over wealth, positivity over gloom, empowerment over dependency, ideals over greed. A crisis with challenges and developments brings forward a fresh, light and airy mood in fashion, lifestyle and textile design.

Many people are now convinced the crisis will continue to influence our lives. Facing the facts and accepting the status quo might be the best way to deal with the many challenges of our time. It is all about recognizing and cherishing special moments and things in everyday life. To re-connect with our surrounding and to be ‘in-touch’ again.

Textiles with attention to detail and meaningful innovation. A new generation designers is reviving traditional craft techniques. Less is more, Humble yet precious textiles are leading. ‘Sustainable Sophistication’.

Another element will be the theme ‘The Sampling of Cultures’. Folkloric and ethnic prints will be shown in a new context. A dialogue between cultures will create a new and merged imagery. A contemporary aesthetic for the ethnic.

Furthermore attention for a technical revolution, manufacturing methods enable the creation of complex and exciting new textiles. Modernism was all square and efficient, but now we have other machines and materials and there is an explosion of possibilities.

“MOTION.” A concept that ephasises both the emotional side of textiles as well as the technical possibilities and esthetics.


 

classic.

Gentlemans Club

The Gentleman’s Club puts a twist on the familiar classic. Shifted use of classical reference and ornamentation - tracing, fragmenting and replacing it. Splendours from the past are salvaged and remixed in a relaxed look. A graphic renewal of tapestries and lace. Elegant, sophisticated, new classics, refined, quality, elegant.

Fabric & Motifs

Leather, marble, jacquards, matelassé, metal yarns, velvet, fake fur, snake and crocodile leather, tweeds, velvets, military type woollens for upholstery, devoré velvets, butler stripes. Metal shine in cloque’s together with woollen yarns. New and interesting shapes through folding, pleating and coiling.

 

classic.

Gentlemans Club

A dark or black basis supplemented with a range of rich classics. Lot’s of ochre yellow and gold shades, camel, maroon and bronze.

 

classic.

Poetry Club

A contemporary feminine interpretation of the Gentleman’s Club. A place with a poetic feel to it. A new Avant Garde luxury created by lush upholstery, jacquards, lace and embroideries. Tradition seduces the contemporary. Luxurious, lustrous velvets and velour. Crushed pleats, ottomans, large patterned jacquards and oriental prints. Generous use of trimmings, decorative fringes and braids. Venetian and Baroque paintings. Keywords: Refined, humble, soft, lace, trompe l’oeil, transparency, referrals to the past, velours, damast, linen, cotton, trimmings.

Fabrics & motifs

Silk satin jacquards. Opulent fake furs. Re-embroidered and heavy weight lace. Decorative cutwork. Rich embroideries, delicate floral motifs. Ribbon yarns, vintage romance, Jugenstill arabesque art and Japanese blossoms.

 

 

classic.

Poetry Club

A subtle refined luxury reflected in a range of gentle pastels.

 

 

nature.

twigs that sprout

A new serenity. The soothing tranquillity of nature, focussed in the beginning where twigs sprout to new blossom and leaves. An almost spiritual approach to the nature theme; fragile, balanced and pure. Focus on simple, functional and essential sustainability quality. Fabrics are low key with dry and matt finishes. The power to transform the ordinary in to the extra ordinary.

 

 

 

 

 

Keywords: Lines, reliefs, layers, scratches, patterns from nature, voile, layers, fragile.

Fabrics and motifs

Featherweight transparent sheers, veils and chiffons, highly structured surfaces with an irregular texture. Scratches from nature. Landscapes, botanical studies. Etchings, (shadows of) twigs and branches.

 

nature.

twigs that sprout

Updated pastels ,counterbalanced by warm and cool neutrals.

 

 

nature.

rippling organic sculptures

A new movement, sculptural textiles - inspired by austere sculptural shapes and product that surface from art and design world. Where shapes and materials are shifting from animal to human, from minerals and rocks to other products or vice versa, resulting in a contemporary sculptural style. Big influence of carved wood that looks like soft rippling fabric.

Hightech innovation, patterns are replaced by structures and reliefs. Irregularity creates surface in motion. Metalics are blended and integrated in fabric. Shimmering surfaces by using lightweight semi-transparant layering that is folded, twisted and draped. Recomposing with matter. Fragmenting it, reassembling it, straining it, Sculpture it!

Keywords: Carved reliefs,

3D effects, ripples, ‘hard soft’ vs ‘soft hard’, motion, waves. Irregular textures and structures, bold, contrast, sculptural, shape, lines, curves, organic, layers, felted surfaces, roughened wool, matt vs shine.

 

 

nature.

rippling organic sculptures

Sedimented colours, wood tones, greys,

camels, metalics combined with neutrals.

silky and caressing textures.

Fabrics and motivs

Innovative materials, super volume, padding, feathers, light matélassé. Unwoven materials, fibre glass. Foile effects on leather. Honeycomb networks. Refections, illumination, optical illusions. Torn and blurred patterns, dying that gives a distressed patina feel. Crushed surfaces, rough grids. Precious stones, marble and mineral grains. Rubberised liquid looks, anamorphic motifs, thermoquilting molded, structured double cloths. Memory latex, foam

 

ethnic.

This a true story about textiles and kraft alchemy. A focus on mixed, bonded and layered materials. A bold and sometimes rough and hand-crafted look. Handwoven structures, melanges, hairy finishes, tweed, irregular yarns, wool checks, cord, collage. Boiled, felted and heavenly-brushed finishes. New yarn uptake and production technology in tufting and bonding. The fabrics have 3D effects, are sometimes shorn or contrary very woolly and fluffy. Recylced and assembled materials.

Fabric & Motifs

Indigo blue, Ikat, Batik, Basket wave techniques, raffia and straw beadwork, handcrafted details, tactile clay arte facts, linens and jute. Textured fabrics with a tweed handcrafted feel. Giant graphics patterns in upscale weaves. Decorative mirrored striping resulting in a modern graphic tribal style. Exotic foliage and animals.

The Sampling of Cultures & Blue Hues

 

 

ethnic.

Muted saturated colours combined with black and white. A rich palette of warm and lively mid-tones, earth browns blood red, saffron, ocher, turqoise, pink, copper and aged gold.

The Sampling of Cultures & Blue Hues

Blue Hues.

Wax batik prints. Tie dye textiles. A carpet of tiles, inspired by the finest Japanese porcelain. Refined floral, herbal and stardust patterns and a poetic flirt of butterflies in deep blues. Neo camouflage watercolours, lines, scribbles and mishmash shapes.

 

 

modern.

playful pastels

The artists canvas, the abstract canvas as a source of inspiration for textile design. This story enjoys a blast of colour with a ‘splash of pattern’. Brushing, drippings, stippling, spraying and scribbling. Besides new transparency, clarity; glass like and tread like constructions.

Keywords: Pastels with bright accents, fluid and flexible, movement, splashes, paintbrush, pointillism, random, a-symmetric, powder like, double weaves. Embroideries, unexpected designs, transparent, clarity, intense tones with pale skin tones.

Fabrics & motifs

Spontaneous brush strokes splashes and streaks, flaking paint. Painterly dip and dyed effects add a touch of craft and vegetal treatments. Fluid, painterly watercolour florals. Garment dyes in briljant colours. Dessins are influenced by technical innovations. Water reflective prints and moiré effects. Overstiching and embroidery threads.

 

 

modern.

playful pastels

Pastels and brights. Colours with a fresh and youthful energy.

 

modern.

vibrant angles

A constructivist and architectural style that uses geometric elements especially tiangles but also circles rectangles and lines. Full of contrast; light and dark, colour and texture. Colours appear in front/back are bright and playful. Colours are used in binary tones or in trios.

Keywords: Modernity, colourful, bright, triangles, lines, stripes, geometry, colour blocking, fluor accesnts, checkers, graphic, translucent, plexiglass, laminatted surfaces.

Fabrics & motifs

Distorted checks, geometric repeats, kinetic patterns, high contrast, linear and graphic motifs. Ultra shiny materials, coloured laminations, colour blocking, interlocking 3D patterns. Abstract digital camouflages, underwater inspired digital prints, oily water reflections, optical fibres, game with light and shadow. Digital prints of photographs and hologram effects.

 

 

modern.

vibrant angles

Colours play a key role and are vibrant and energetic. Reflecting black and powerfull fluor.

 

 

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