Spring 10: Paint

Nicole Farhi, United Bamboo, Nicole Farhi, DKNY, Balenciaga Spring 10 sees a lot of painterly prints as in the past few seasons, mostly in New York. Balenciaga shows some interesting

Spring 10: Basso & Brooke

Basso and Brooke's new prints seem to be a mash-up of past print directions. Last season's beautiful crystal prints had a much more defined vision. Some of

Spring 10: Mary Katrantzou

Psychedelic prints on Mary Katrantzou. Not nearly as focused and original as last season's perfume bottle prints but still noteworthy. Still, strikingly similar to another designer's prints coming

Spring 10: Rebecca Taylor

Rebecca Taylor's Spring 2010 collection showcased a new take on her signature prints: feminine florals, polka dots, and subtle animal prints took shape on high-waisted silhouettes, short ruffled frocks,

Spring 10: Proenza Schouler

Inspired by the surf and skate culture of their youth, the dynamic duo that is Proenza Schouler showed a fresh take on tie-dye and animal for Spring. Some

Spring 10: Marc by Marc Jacobs

Forever the genius mix-master, Marc Jacobs merged several different themes into his Spring collection for Marc by Marc Jacobs. The most notable being the African inspired prints

Spring 10: Derek Lam

Derek Lam pulled inspiration from east coast vacation destinations like Asbury Park to create colorful florals and starburst patterns with a 40's flare.

Spring 10: Mara Hoffman

Mara Hoffman's spring prints mimic kaleidoscope effects, highlighting geometric patterning and a rainbow palette.

Spring 10: Helmut Lang

Helmut Lang prints seem to follow a shadowy, creepy look each season. For Spring 10, some are big atmospheric photographs, others are explosive light paintings.
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