Globe-Trotter Prints and Patterns for Pre-Fall

Fashion's fascination with globally inspired prints and patterns is picking up momentum for fall with wild geometric motifs and colorful designs.

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Maria Cornejo/Clements Ribeiro
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Clements Ribeiro
Fashion's fascination with globally-inspired prints and patterns is picking up momentum for fall with wild geometric motifs and colorful designs. Clements Ribeiro paired a kaleidoscopic overcoat with red wool pants and pointy patent loafers.
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Derek Lam
This elegant Derek Lam halter dress feels comfortable yet exotic with a geometric windowpane print in dark purple.
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Diane Von Furstenberg
Diane Von Furstenberg's playful printed mini-dress has a funky patchwork quality with tiny diamond patterns juxtaposed against brighter stripes of fabric.
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Maria Cornejo
Maria Cornejo is known for her international aesthetic, and her pre-fall collection furthered that mood with kimono-like wrap dresses in splashy orange and black patterns.
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Marni
Paired with traditional tweeds and pops of fur, Marni gave its globally inspired printed dresses an eclectic, urban vibe.
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Matthew Williamson
Similarly, Matthew Williamson paired his zany zig-zag leggings with a simple grey tee and classic black blazer.
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Naeem Khan
Rendered in a jagged black geometric motif, Naeem Khan's V-neck sequin cocktail dress is anything but ordinary.
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Proenza Schouler
Proenza Schouler's brilliant green boustier top and matching A-line skirt take on a mesmerizing shimmer beneath the right lights.
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Pucci
A study in contrasts, Pucci paired a windowpane-printed maxi dress with a South American-style striped wool poncho.
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Roberto Cavalli
Adding serious edge to the "global" look, Roberto Cavalli paired a printed mini dress with tough leather gloves and opaque black tights.
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