Fashion cycles are swinging back to playful and vibrant digital prints after a flurry of seasons that focused on the handmade, hand-crafted, classic and traditional.
Here are a few ways in which Indian designers and design houses are working with digital prints in new themes, colours and patterns.
Payal Khandwala Printed Maxi Dress
With a bold digital print on silk organza, this maxi dress makes a statement with its bell sleeves, halter-neck inner and neck sash.
Available on Ensembleindia.com; ₹28,500
Iqrup + Ritz Sofia Chair
The Sofia with its deep seat and tribal print is comfy and inviting. Available in over 100 patterns and solids, you can also customise it by adding gleaming brass legs for a touch of glamour.
Avalable at iqrupandritz.com; ₹ 88,110
First Trip by Tyler Street Art
A digital print of an artwork by anonymous Mumbai street artist Tyler, originally created using city walls as canvas. Tyler’s work has been exhibited in group shows in India and Amsterdam.
Available on Shopthemethod.com; ₹5,000
Saaksha & Kinni Bustier and Trousers
Saaksha & Kinni Shirt & Trousers
Digitally printed co-ord set in pure woven brocade, with cropped bustier and high-waist pants.
Available as separates on Saakshakinni.com; ₹15000– ₹50,000.00
Rohit Bal Men Indigo Blue Digital Printed Shirt
Linen shirt with a colourful botanical print to put those boring checks in your closet out of business.
Available on Perniaspopupshop.com; ₹10,000
Pink Butterfly Skull Scarf With Straw Boater Hat
Part of a limited-edition collaboration between Myaraa by Namrata Lodha and Kate Stoltz, New York, these two pieces can be styled separately or together.
Available on Myaraa.com; ₹4,999
Navy Feathers Envelope Sleeve
Handcrafted from a mix of real and vegan leather, this peacock feather print laptop sleeve is sleek and lightweight.
Available on Dailyobjects.com; ₹1,999