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Conversational prints & patterns

Our conversational prints & designs | Fashion - Home - Stationery

If you’ve never heard of a conversational fabric print, you’ve probably seen one. Conversational prints feature patterns that represent scenes as a whole, unlike typical patterns which repeat simple motifs through the fabric. They’re also known as novelty print, showing off quirky renders of easily recognizable illustrations in various positions. These prints are not just for sleepwear or kidswear, although they are commonly found in these categories. Luxury houses like Gucci, MSMG and Prabal Gurung also use conversational prints in their ready to wear collections, and many interior designers reach for these unique prints to brighten up pillow cases or couches. Lining a coat with a conversational print can be a happy surprise, and they can be a fresh, contemporary way of showing off your personality. Like the name implies, these prints can definitely be a conversation starter! 

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custom Designs

Custom print textiles are created based on each clients’ individual and specific requirements, and we work very closely with the customer during the creative process to establish unique textile designs. All of our designers illustrate by hand with various mediums like inks and paints, which are then digitized on the computer. We also handle the digitalization for brands that buy archives.

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