As a timeless design we're seeing stripes continue from Fall21 into Resort22, in a bolder and bigger way than SS21. Just like the rainbow, stripes are bringing a much needed optimistic colour injection across wovens, jersey and knitwear. It's making a visual statement when worn top to toe. As the above image by Opening Ceremony Fall21 highlights. You can't help but see the stripe first and then the garment!

There's nothing subtle about the stripes we're seeing in the catwalk collections for Fall21 and Resort22. It's like a huge celebration with clashes of stripe combinations, spliced mixing, bias cut and playful chevron thrown into the mix.

Bright colours are often enhanced or grounded by black to make them pop and for Resort22 we're seeing the use of wide stripes in fresh and easy colour combinations. The seasonless stripe continues to be reimagined.


One of the key Fall21 collections where we love the use of stripe is by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini. The collegiate stripe direction and styling wholly represents the play on stripes, by the combinations of colour, mixing, splicing and blocking. The use of stripes is also a great update for the pleated skirt and we're loving the idea of bias stripes and 50/50 stripe combinations.


Fluro shadow stripes makes a striking statement at Kenzo Fall21


Playful and bold stripes as seen at Dolce & Gabbana Fall21. The fluro stripe really adds a touch


These Gamma like colours as seen at Dolce & Gabbana Fall21 are pure vibrancy to the max when combined with black and white


Nostalgic 60s/70s chevron stripes as seen at Loewe Fall21in colours reminiscent of Pucci

The boldness of stripes continues into Resort22 as bold bias cut, as seen at Carolina Herrera and Christopher John Rogers.


Christopher John Rogers Resort22 mega wide coloured stripes are statement making for skirts and trousers, when normally reserved for tops and dresses


Multicoloured popsicle colour blocking at Carolina Herrera Resort22


We're reminded of YSL SS87 brilliant creation of stripes that's playful on the eye


The colourful stripy knitwear at No21 Resort22 has us wanting to wear stripes from season to season


Celebrating Pride this month with one of the coolest rainbow tees around


Coach Resort22 really went retro for stripes as colour blocking on their Outerwear pieces


We're liking this DSquared2 stripe styling worn with florals for its thrift store vibe


Don't forget to do a search for Stripes by The Ministry of Pattern. All stripe designs are available in multiple colour options and can be re-coloured


Bold stripes on boxy shapes at DSquared2 Resort22 gets our attention and is sure to continue into SS22


Here at The Ministry of Pattern we often find inspiration in art and these works by artist Xavier Theunis is giving us stripe colour combination inspo