Patricia Field is an American costume designer, stylist, and fashion designer working in New York City.
With her then-partner Jo-Ann Salvucci, Field opened her first boutique, Pants Pub, in 1966 on Washington Square in Greenwich Village. The shop, later renamed to the eponymous Patricia Field, moved in 1971 to 8th Street, then to West Broadway, and finally to 306 Bowery in NoHo, where Field owned the property. She sold it in 2016 to concentrate on costume designing for television and film. In 2018 she opened the ARTFashion Gallery on the Lower East Side, which sells art and hand-painted original clothing and accessories by a selected group of artists.
Field is credited with originating the fashion for leggings in the 1970s. Her stores were popular with the transgender and underground communities; she became known for what she calls "freaky fashion".
Her design influences include John Galliano, Diane von Furstenberg, and Thierry Mugler. She was a mentor for fashion designer Hushidar Mortezaie.