We're paying tribute to our local and unique Fynbos floral kingdom with our brand-new Protea and Strelitzia prints. And we're celebrating all things botanical with our current Summer scarves, adorned with exotic flowers, leaves and plants.
Traditional textile art and craft, such as batik, weaving, hand-printing, tie-dye and embroidery contribute to a tribal and authentic feel to fashion fabrics. Pattern influences range from Arabesque to Indian and African
Nothing says Summer quite like a splash of vibrant tropical style. Lush leafy prints, flamingos, exotic florals, animal prints and super-energetic colours are still with us this season and perfect for a beach getaway or a hot Summer's night.
Florals are all about having fun and embracing the joy and romance of Summer. This season, florals take a dramatic turn with bewitching blooms reminiscent of Rennaissance artworks.
Fashion continues to study and celebrate structure, shape and strength with geometric patterns and prints. Innovative and modern or tribal and ancient, geometric designs are here to stay.
High five to the big five! Leopard is still the leader of the pack, with snakeskin print not far behind. Trending in natural and bright colours, animal prints are making its transition into Summer.
No longer just for your grandmother's doily, crochet and other yarn crafts are taking the runways by storm. Whether delicate in cotton or chunky in straw and raffia, the crochet trend features strongly this season.
The playful polka dot is back in style. Or was it ever not in style? Dots in all sizes are shaping up to be one of the key prints of Summer. Whether classic black and white or frivolous multi-coloured, the spotlight is back on the dot.
Summer is all about bright, saturated colours and this season, bright blue, orange, yellow, pink and green will compete for your attention. Strong colours are combined for contrast or celebrated as a single palette.
The distressed look has come a long way since torn jeans and stonewashed fabrics. Textiles that appear to have noticeable signs of wear and tear have evolved to feel both comfortable and luxurious.
Made to look like stone, horn, tortoise shell and other natural materials, or unashamedly bright and artificial looking, acrylic materials currently contribute to an exciting revolution in jewellery.
Semi-precious stone jewellery gets an important update this season with classic amethyst, turquoise, rose quartz and our other favourite gems teaming up with gold metal and abstract shapes.
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Visit us at SARCDA at Gallagher Estate, Midrand, Johannesburg from Thursday 22 August 2019 to Sunday 25 August 2019. We'll be in Hall 4, Stand D01.