A couple months ago I wrote on the Designer’s Call blog about black and white photographic prints used in home decor and in fashion, but I didn’t realize how big this trend has become until recently. From tropical beaches in Tulum and Palm Beach to wintery Alpine landscapes, photos on textiles can be seen everywhere and on pretty much anything. My favorite graphics are from Dries Van Noten and Carven, though I have a soft spot for the Tulum pouch by Dezso as Tulum is one of my family’s favorite places to vacation.
The Photo-Print Trend
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