African Textile Fabrics are the foremost channel of Africans to communicate themselves and their rich historical backgrounds. The origin started around the eleventh towards the thirteenth century. The fabrics are made from any of these clothing production techniques like dyeing, weaving, printing and embroidering methods. Fibers used are mostly cotton, silk, raffia, bark and linen. African fabrics are rarely produced with just one method. The skills and craftsmanship exhibited in each hand made assembly is truly admirable making these African textiles an important art authentic collection.
African Pattern Fabrics leverage the fashion icons of the world and continues to gain more exposure in the fashion scene as more popular personalities and celebrities include them in their wardrobe collections. You can start to join the bandwagon with the Fall African prints which you can use to make a sassy but elegant fashion statement. The prints and colors are refreshing to exude vibrancy and vigor loved by the wearers and onlookers.
- Colorfastness - High tearing strength - High Quality