I was lost when as soon as i entered Nehru Place *lost in awe!* Where should i begin was my first thought! Ok. firstly Nehru Place, named after Jawaharlal Nehru, is a commercial centre in South Delhi and is undoubtedly the biggest fabric market here. I bet, be it any kind of fabric you need, you will get it. tons of it. in different stores. at different prices. Yes its confusing.
So while picking up metres of fabric for a project at work, i found this!
Bunch of extinct animals on cotton voile
Cranes in different poses printed on Rayon
It was the season of such conversational prints and they were out in full glory.. Birds, fruits & vegetables, insects to tables, chairs, cups & biscuits.. you name the object, and it was seen converted to prints in bright colours for this season.. Its the kind of stuff you would love to keep on hoarding !
Back in the 2010, Miu Miu had dared to showcase a variety of conversationals
along with their famous cat prints and then suddenly cats prowled to fame!
For Victoria, Victoria Beckham SS12, another version of a kitty came onto the ramps which was further was famously worn by the celebrity herself with Harper Seven in hand.
Brands across the globe have taken to this trend and haven't seem to be shy in the usage of such fun prints!
Bralets, cropped top by Topshop
Snail print top & camel print dress by Anthropologie
Jukebox print by ASOS
Bird print by Old Navy
Extending to accessories, beetle print on leather by Fossil would be a great option if
your uncomfortable wearing an entire garment in an eye catching print
Motorcar print leggings by Topshop
Researching through all the styles that are currently available, i am dying to complete making my 2 shirts using the fabric i picked up!
Soon you shall see..
Till then, pick a print and have fun with it!