Fashion welcomes African textiles and prints to the forefront this season and traditional African crafts like beading and weaving are reinvented and celebrated.
The tassel trend is still taking center stage and tassels on scarves, bags and - most prominently - earrings - are hot property. This boho-style trend is oh-so-easy to wear.
Fashion's fascination with tribal art continues, as bold, ethnic fabrics and prints reference Aztec, Native American and African cultures and take us back to our roots.
From homeware to weddings, this refreshing, pale tint of green is both modern and classic and wins our vote for one of the prettiest pigments and coolest colours of them all.
No longer just for your grandmother's tea doily, crochet takes to the runways and the streets. This yarn trend currently inspires both textile prints and open weave garments.
The melted hues of pink and orange are reminiscent of Spring time, Summer sunsets and under-the-sea treasures. Sometimes natural, sometimes bold, coral is striking with all skin tones.
Nothing reminds us of Summer quite like a splash of vibrant tropical style. Lush botanical prints, flamingos, florals, animal prints and super-energetic colours are the essence of Summer.
The enduring influence of nautical styles in fashion remains in vogue. This classic trend, with the signature navy, white and stripe detail, works equally well for sophisticated and playful looks.
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.
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.
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.
Indulge your inner mermaid with fully reversible sequin fabric. This glamorous trend is both chic and playful, as the two-toned sequins are densely sewn together and change colour as they are flipped.