PRINTS: The Fashion Revolution

It’s safe to say that Prints is no longer a trend. It is a Lifestyle. A game changer. A fashion revolution. The journey of prints has since shifted from the ordinary road to the more sophisticated and somewhat vintage. Since its re-introduction into the fashion lifestyle in the last 5 years after a long hiatus, it has been sitting on the throne as a fashion style staple going through a few modifications through yearly fashion runways. The African print trend (popularly known as Ankara in Nigerian settings) was the most explored print as more designers emerged from Africa; it was a fabric of first choice to express creativity which finally caught on international designers.

Most Notable was when Luxury designer Burberry featured African Prints on its S/S 12 runway collection.


Burberry S/S 12

From tribal prints to floral prints to graphic prints to digital prints and every other artistic inspiration, the world has never looked back; and prints has become a stylish piece every self acclaimed fashionable person must own.

The 2014 runways from Paris to New York to London and most notably Lagos are still featuring prints as fashion trend.

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Kenzo A/W 14 Paris


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Libertine A/W 14 New york


Picture 4 Tata Naka London

Tata Naka A/W 14 London


Picture 5 Iconic-Invanity Lagos

Iconic Invanity Lagos

I still hope the print trend or lifestyle as I choose to refer to it, will still hold strong waters in a few more years. And that many designers will find more creative expressions of this trend in different designs and fabrics.

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By Rhoda Ebun

Twitter/Instagram: @rhodaebun


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