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April 5, 2024
Animalier: The Timeless Trend in Fashion Design

Animal prints have cemented their status as a timeless fashion trend, and it seems their allure is as strong as ever.

Among the abundance of animal-inspired patterns, one stands out: animalier.

The Evolution of Animalier in Fashion

With its origins rooted in 19th-century France, the term “animalier” used to refer to artists whose works were inspired by the animal kingdom. 

Fast forward to 1947, when Christian Dior unveiled “Code Panthère,” marking the debut of animal print clothing on the runway. 

Since then, animalier has become a mainstay in the fashion industry, permeating every aspect of design: from apparel and accessories to home decor and tech gadgets.

A Quest for Originality

Today, animalier enjoys a resurgence. Designers continuously strive for innovation by incorporating a wide range of animal prints, with leopard, zebra, and snake being among the most popular choices.

Within high fashion circles, designers are exploring ways to incorporate original animal prints into home furnishings, further solidifying the trend’s versatility and enduring appeal.

From Wardrobe to Home: The Elegant Transition of Animal Print

Once confined to garments, animal prints now emerge as statements in house decor, infusing spaces with a sophisticated charm.

This transition leads to a shift in perception, where the boundaries between fashion and interior design interwine, allowing for a seamless integration of style across domains.

Whether used soberly, like a pair of cushions on the sofa, or boldly, as fully clad walls, animal prints bestow upon any space a touch of elegance and originality, enduring the ever-changing trends.

Recent developments have seen iconic brands such as Cavalli, Dolce & Gabbana, and Dior returning to the forefront with animalier in home decor, reaffirming the trend’s enduring appeal and its seamless transition from runway to living space.

So, whether you’re looking to add a touch of originality to your living room or to inject a bold statement into your dining table decor, embrace the untamed allure of animal prints and allow them to assert their presence in your living space.

Christian Dior’s Culinary Interpretation

In a unique fusion of haute cuisine and high fashion, the House of Dior is currently collaborating with acclaimed three Michelin star chef Anne-Sophie Pic to present a delectable homage to Christian Dior’s muse, Mizza Bricard.

The exquisite “Pain au Chocolat Mizza” pays tribute to Bricard’s legendary leopard-print scarf, marrying culinary artistry with fashion finesse.

Embrace the Wild Side: The Ethical Appeal of Animal Prints in Fashion

In an age where sustainability and animal welfare reign supreme, embracing animal prints presents a bold and conscience clear expression of commitment.

Animalier fashion encapsulates a compassionate ethos, empowering individuals to embrace the magnificence of wildlife while preserving the sanctity of animal existence.

Opting for garments and accessories adorned with animal prints promotes a fashion future that is ethical and sustainable.

Let your wardrobe serve as a reflection of your values and unite with the movement towards a fashion realm that champions both style and compassion.

Printing Animalier on Glass

Animal prints exude timeless allure, infusing any ensemble with a dash of audacity. 

But how does one translate the intricate textures of these iconic patterns onto smooth glass surfaces?

Thanks to Atiu’s sublimation printing. With its cutting-edge high-resolution capabilities at 1200 dpi, every subtle spot of a leopard and every majestic stripe of a tiger come to life with unparalleled realism and precision.

Sublimation revolutionizes packaging, offering an immersive experience that celebrates the beauty of animalier patterns with unrivaled fidelity.

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