Collection Autumn-Winter 2022/2023 – Embroidery Trends

Finally we can see and feel real fabric and accessory collections. Digitization is great and it helps in so many areas but it can never replace the real haptic and personal experience. No wonder are the creatives in all over the world longing for the first face-to-face events to discover the collections and trend inspiration for the autumn/winter 2022/2023 season. Meeting people, a personal exchange, maybe even a hug – if there is one thing we have learned over the last months, it is how important emotions are, especially in our extremely creative business. Many things have bottled-up which explode now in opuclence and creative diversity.

Dropout Design with Gunold METY - design by GS UK

Longing for warmth and harmony, perfectly pictured in natural and earthy shades. Highlights are placed by using transparent or iridescent threads for luxury embroideries in dropout technique.

POLY FLASH by Gunold – design by GS UK

Noble gold hues bring back some glamour – here embroidered with Gunold’s POLY FLASH thread which is extremely soft, however, offering a metallic effect at the same time.

Fringe design using Gunold SULKY                         Fringed letters using Gunold's POLY FLASH thread -
                                                                                  design and embroidery by Maisel World of Textiles

Fringe made of POLY by Gunold,
design Elias Kremer, Modefachschule Sigmaringen 

Colourful diversity and pure lust for life, expressed by embroidered multicolor fringes. Fringe looks also offer outstanding haptic experiences and a stunning fake-fur look.

Gunold SULKY viscose – design by GS UK              Gunold SULKY plain and multicolor – design by GS UK

Classical autumn colours and designs get a fashionable kick from accentuated violets, interpreted in airy and light embroideries.

 

Braided stripes of denim fabric created by Lisa Bienert, Modefachschule Sigmaringen

Heart embroidery on knitted velvet - design                  Acrylic paint on cross stitch
by Paula Zahn, Modefachschule Sigmaringen              embroidery - design Reiner Knochel

Fabrics or parts of fabrics are braided, torn, resewn with fancy seams or frayed edges and they even get further decoration or alienation - fabric manipulations at its best !

Distorted seams on denim created by Maren Michelberger        Fringed denim back pocket created by 
and Doreen Schneider, Modefachschule Sigmaringen            Jacob Seitz,  Modefachschule Sigmaringen

Fancy seams made by Doreen Schneider and Maren Michelberger, Modefachschule Sigmaringen

Embroidered flower using transparent MONO             Transparend MONO thread by Gunold, 
thread by Gunold, design Jacob Seitz,                        design GS UK
Modefachschule Sigmaringen

Transparency is still a strong  theme as long as it is interpreted not too classical or innocent. There are interesting coatings with special foils or embroideries using transparent threads, even as a second layer on top of a „normal“ embroidery.

Fancy seams on denim, covered with plastic foil -         Transparent MONO thread by Gunold
design Patrick Pfeiffer, Modefachschule Sigmaringen    on top of a standard embroidery - . design
                                                                                        Maurice Ettl, Modefachschule Sigmaringen

Effect seams to create volume - design by                     Effect seams created by Jacob Seitz,
Lisa Bienert, Modefachschule Sigmaringen                   Modefachschule Sigmaringen

Highlighting parts of a garment with fancy seams is a nice idea, for example the hood of a sweater, the breast pocket,  cuff or collar. The more, the merrier – so dare to use Gunold’s embroidery and effect threads for this.

Gunold's cotton thread COTTY and 3D foam          Flower embroidery on plissee fabric, created by
PUFFY on watersoluble SOLVY -                            Irene Körting, Hochschule Reutlingen              
design GS UK          

White, off-white and creme hues usually are not so common in autumn and winter collections. But in the winter 2022 / 2023 season we’ll see a lot of it. These shades provide a kuddly and cozy feel-good atmosphere… 


Reiner Knochel – Textile Experience – Juli 2021