Fashion Trend Alert: Patterned Pants

This season unique patterned pants are trending big time and not going away anytime soon. When it comes to making the perfect outfit, statement pants are the way to go.

 From Jean Paul Gaultier to Paloma Wool, the options of unique designer pants are endless, walking right off the runway and into our wardrobes.

Lisa Says Gah

Based in San Francisco, Lisa Says Gah is a trending designer mixing 70s psychedelic patterns with modern girly vibes. Vogue has described Lisa Says Gah as “artsy or eclectic” and predicts designer, Lisa Buhler’s designs will “resonate with fashion folk who are craving simple, easy clothes that still feel cool.”

Lisa Buhler focuses on making special pieces, mindfully and ethically that people will feel a special connection towards. Not only do they create amazing unique pieces, but create a space for independent female designers to create together. Priced at $159 you can get your own pair of Lisa Says Gah Robyn Cow Jeans!

House of Sunny

Based in London, House of Sunny was founded by Sunny Williams in 2011. The collections include retro vibes filled with soft pastels, zebra prints and 90s inspiration. HoS is a sustainable collection that works against the fast fashion industry.

With only two collections being released a year, everything is made out of sustainably sourced fabrics and manufacturing methods, which results in the collections selling out fast. You can find their Reef Jessie pants for $121 USD to rock this trending look!

Paloma Wool

Based in Spain, designer and artist Paloma Lanna created Paloma Wool as a project about clothing, photography and other experiments. She creates amazing unique and eccentric pieces mixing funky 70s psychedelic patterns with contrasting colorways and patterns.

 “The clothes run in perfect parallel with the photography projects and the vibe of simple, natural beauty that seeps from the dreams of this designer’s work,” according to the Lisa Says Gah website. Paloma Wool’s collections are focused on the art of getting dressed, creating a fun and experimental space when getting dressed. The iconic no. 739 Fuego pants are available online for $168 USD. 

Jean Paul Gaultier

Known for his unconventional designs blending street style with haute couture, Jean Paul Gaultier designs amazing statement pieces. 

While most vintage JPG pieces are only available for purchase through secondhand shopping like Depop or VestiaireCollective, you can still find an amazing one-of-a-kind pair of pants. One of his most popular prints, especially on pants include face prints or photo prints, which can be found online for above $130. 


Designer Izzy Kross created Lefty as a slow-fashion brand that specializes in marbled fabric and garments. Every garment of theirs is made using the ancient art of Ebru marbling, originating in Turkey and Central Asia. Every piece they create is one-of-a-kind as the technique makes it impossible to create the same print twice! 

Their designs are described as “imperfect maximalist pieces” made with love and intended to make a statement. Their high-waisted kick-flare pants come in a unique marbled print made to order, priced at $220. 

Tunnel Vision

Tunnel Vision is a small business based in Los Angeles, California and ran by two people: Madeline and Kenna. At Tunnel Vision, their clothes are either vintage or original designs made in sweatshop-free environments and made in small batches to make sure no waste is made. 

Their designs are grunge meets alternative meets vibrant retro vibes. One of their most unique and popular pants are the Fifi Pink Zebra Faux Fur pants, priced at $140. 

What patterned pant is on your radar this season? Drop a comment below and let us know!

Be sure to check out our latest article on Prada’s re-nylon collection!

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