Few designers use fruit in their creations, but a few of these fearless designers include fruit in almost every design. We reveal the designers who are using fruit in their designs.

Fruit Is Good For Your Design

Wearing bold prints is the trick for spring-summer fashion. Living in Tuscany I am surrounded by plenty of fruit fashion inspirations. The lemon fruit print dress is what I have loved the most. Seeing it on Jill Biden wearing Alberta Ferretti this week is why. The high street, Topshop, Asos, Zara for women’s clothing is already talking about the summer wardrobe runway trends when it comes to florals and all things oranges when it comes to advertisement.

Where the fruit print originated for me is the luxury Italians houses as fruit print is part of Italy’s culture. We love everything bold and beautiful. Even if it’s a banana Prada backpack.

Fruit print fashion

Dolce & Gabbana

Lemon prints are a signature print for many years when it comes to D&G. They also like to use it as wallpaper and table cloths. A nice interior design print for wellness-inspired decor within your home. Great to post your lemon dress on Instagram whilst eating and drinking lemons.

Dolce Gabbana Fruit print fashion (2)

Chanel

Very rare to see Chanel showcasing fruit prints. But when it comes to vibrant colours for summer. Just team your cherry dress with a black Chanel bag.

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Gucci Spring

Gucci is also famous for vegetables and veggies prints too. They like to use it as a backdrop for picnics. Gucci likes to use lifestyle shoots to get its fruit print message across to its Asian consumers from China.

Rare Gucci Silk Scarf.

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Gucci 2017

Gucci 2017 Fruit fashion

Ralph Lauren

We are always accustomed to the red white and blue stripe prints. Do they dare delve into fruit print fashion? They certainly do when it comes to fruity fragrances.

Diane Von Furstenberg

Diane Von Furstenberg famous for her wrap dresses likes to use fruit earrings as an accessory. Her wrap dresses prints are very plain in comparison.

Diane Von Furstenberg Fruit dress

Versace

Versace likes you to team their blouses with the rest of your outfit. So it’s a mix of t-shirts and waistcoats from your existing closet that makes the whole outfit more interesting. So if it’s the zesty oranges print you already have that is gonna make your Versace image more outlandish.

Versace Vintage

Christian Lacroix

Strawberry print is always popular when it comes to a 70’s vibe. Team it with your denim shorts and it’s a nice everyday streetwear outfit. They did a collaboration with RIXO London with a fruit buying theme as a prop.

Christian Lacroix Rixo London

Miho Aida

Bella Hadid, loves to wear a watermelon sugar crop top when it comes to fruit prints. Team this with jeans and it’s a nice look.

Bella Hadid fruit print white dress

Ellen Tracy

She loves to use the wiggle dress as a basic outline of how to create florals using fruit ideas as a background. She sells a lot on Etsy including vintage fruit prints.

Comme Des Garçons

Comme Des Garcons Spring collections are great to watch on a live video. Perfect for a zoom meeting when discussing items that can be sent as a free delivery sweetener.

Comme Des Garçons fruit print

If you want to really stand out Comme Des Garcons is your brand.

fruit print Comme Des Garçons

Giorgio Armani

Nature’s natural sweeteners are why Giorgio Armani white classic white t-shirts or hoddies can be teamed with fruit prints. Harry Styles does this very well when he is performing.

Gorgio Armani hoodie

Akris

Akris loves to use carrot colours as a print idea when it comes to vintage dresses.

Brush Stroke Printed Cotton Pleated Shirtdress

Christian Dior

When it comes to Christian Dior their cape jackets can express food messages. They like to feature the print on the bodice of an outfit.

Christian Dior

Black is always used within the Dior collection.

Christian Dior

Donna Karan

For everyday wear, Donna Karan loves to use third party fashion brands to guide them when it comes to fruit prints. They are certainly a lover of denim fruit prints in white.

Donna Karan fruit fragrance

Lanvin

Lanvin is all about conservative fashion. If you have to choose fruit print it’s unlikely you will find it here.

Lanvin lemon fragrance (2)

Lemon fragrances from Capri which is just part of the Italian Dolce Vita.

Lanvin lemon fragrance (2)

Moschino

If you want to go island glam. Fruit or flower prints can be every bit as flattering as basic black. But with boldness more fun. Even it’s jewellery accessories whilst chilling on the beach sipping pineapple juice.

flower prints green Moschino

Moschino fruit print dress

Oscar De La Renta

Oscar De La Renta is famous for haute couture dresses. They will always like to opt for fruit accessories like lemons necklace or berries. A must with high heel shoes.

Jill Biden Oscar De La renta lemon mint dress

If it’s good enough for Meghan Markle and Jill Biden I assure you every high street brand such as Primark, Zara and H&M will be copying this for summer 2021.

Meghan Markle Oscar De La Renta lemon mint dress Meghan Markle Oscar De La Renta lemon mint dress

Vivienne Westwood

Vivienne Westwood outlandish prints have many different prints. It could vary like bananas and cherries. Made into a crop top, cardigan or even a pineapple skirt. The designer who is always clashing with conformity which is what fruit print wear is all about.

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Christian Louboutin

Christian Louboutin loves fruit shoes. It can be made out of cherry prints.  It really depends on the supply and demand of what the Asian customer is seeking.

Christian Louboutin fruit print cherry high heels (2) Christian Louboutin fruit print cherry high heels (2)

Altuzarra

This is such a pretty pineapple dress created by Altuzarra for their 2017 collection which can still be worn now.

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