Longina Phillips Designs established in 1988 is Australia’s leading creative print design studio.
We specialise in creating unique, innovative and trend driven designs for the fashion and lifestyle industries. Our bases in Sydney, New York, Paris, London, Tokyo, Sao Paulo, Shanghai and Los Angeles allow our prints to reflect a truly global design presence.
If you're always looking for fresh inspiration and to stay one step ahead of the trends, our Trend Report subscriptions are perfect for you. Receive a storyboard every fortnight featuring a key upcoming trend.
May 19, 2017
We’re dreaming of a Tahitian paradise! Lush, South Pacific wonderlands are our inspiration for the brand new collection as we embrace rich, punchy colours and painted, abstract florals. A combination of techniques and a mix of graphic style give a fresh take on this tropical trend.
May 11, 2017
Florals are getting a breath of fresh air, this time in paired back, spaced layouts. We’re using traditional techniques and modern effects with a feminine twist to give these fresh florals space to breath. From ditsy to painterly elements, these florals are being modernised with pastel grounds to make this new collection of designs exquisitely chic!
Our Floral Illustration for Textile Design Class is on again at The Print School, Saturday the 17th of June, 2017.
May 4, 2017
This week we’re upping our monochrome game with classic, yet modern florals in black and white. Whether bold and graphic, or subtle and textural, we can’t get enough of this chic trend. A clever pop of colour always adds an extra something special to these monotone prints! We're coming to HONG KONG! That's right, we're bringing the collection to Hong Kong from the 5th to the 9th of May, 2017. Contact us to make an appointment.
April 19, 2017
This week we discover a new world full of rich paisley’s and luxurious textiles inspired by the Persian empire. Flecks of gold are a nice new highlight in this well loved style. We look towards Leon Bakst’s costume design for the Ballet Russes for colour and motif references. Isabel Marrant, Hermes and Etro were all hitting on this trend in the recent runways.
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