Style Right Forecasted Graphics & Prints
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    • Style Right Womenswear A/W 22/23
    • Style Right Menswear A/W 22/23
    • Style Right Kidswear A/W 22/23
    • Style Right Babywear A/W 22/23
    • Style Right Womenswear S/S 22
    • Style Right Sports Active S/S 22
    • Style Right Menswear S/S 22
    • Style Right Kidswear S/S 22
    • Style Right Babywear S/S 22
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    STYLE RIGHT MENSWEAR

    ONLINE ACCESS | Editable Prints, Graphics and shapes for Menswear | ready and free to use +++as a working asset library that can give you everything you need.+++ Each and every season Style Right Menswear brings you the design assets you need to build the perfect Design Range. Successful, good print designs, commercial graphics and innovative shapes for all products targeting the menswear market.+++ This offer gives you access for 12 months to the latest new and commercial trend stories for menswear market. The perfect base and confirmation to your own research.+++ Each Trend is presented with its own colour palette, directions and a collection of themed imagery. This for the Spring/Summer and Autumn/winter seasons, for new born boys and girls.+++ This online access offers Print and Graphic forecasts which evolves every season, giving you fresh designs to use in your seasonal ranges.+++ Style Right prints, graphics and badges are created with the designer needs put first. Everything is fully editable, can be taken apart, recoloured and made into something new. Prints and Graphics which can be used for any surface design application going from Garments, textile and fashion accessories to stationary, packaging, phone cases, decoration objects, gifts…+++As a fashion designer you will need garments as well. Style Right has your needs covered here as well. We give you a range of garments CADs for every season. These are presented in a vector format and are fully editable with popular design software. Our Garment designs are detailed enough to present to the factory as working drawings."