"Textile prints are an important aspect of fashion design, as they can help create a unique selling proposition (USP) for a fashion brand.textile prints can help a fashion brand create a unique and memorable identity, attracting customers who are looking for something different and distinctive. By using textile prints effectively, a brand can develop a loyal following and stand out in a crowded market."remarks Gaurav Mandal, National awarded fashion designer.
Floral print - a design featuring various types of flowers
Animal print - a pattern mimicking the skin or fur of animals such as leopard, zebra, or snakeskin
Geometric print - a design using simple shapes such as circles, triangles, or squares
Paisley print - a teardrop-shaped design with a curved upper end
Abstract print - a design with no recognizable shape or pattern
Polka dot print - a design featuring evenly spaced circles
Striped print - a pattern with horizontal, vertical, or diagonal lines of different widths
Plaid print - a design consisting of horizontal and vertical bands in two or more colors
Camouflage print - a pattern resembling the natural environment to conceal or blend in
Tie-dye print - a print made by emulating tying and dying fabric patterns.
Batik print - a design made by applying wax to the fabric before dying it
Toile de Jouy print - a design featuring intricate scenes of pastoral life or historical events
Check print - a print emulating pattern of even squares or rectangles of different colors
Houndstooth print - a print emulating featuring broken checks, resembling the teeth of a hound
Gingham print - a print emulating a pattern of small, evenly spaced checks
Chevron print - a print emulating a design featuring V-shaped lines
Damask print - a print emulating a pattern woven into the fabric using a special loom
Brocade print - a print emulating a raised pattern created by weaving with different types of thread
Jacquard print - a print emulating jaquards weaving pattern
Chintz print - a design featuring bright colors and large, bold patterns on a light-colored background
Floral prints - prints creating diffrent floral patterns
Screen print - a design made by printing ink through a stencil onto fabric
Digital print - a design created using digital technology and printed onto fabric
Burnout print - a design created by removing parts of the fabric using a chemical process, leaving a sheer pattern
Ombre print - a design featuring a gradual transition of color from light to dark or vice versa
Tartan print - a pattern featuring criss-crossed horizontal and vertical bands in multiple colors
Abstract print - An abstract textile print is a type of textile design that features non-representational or non-objective forms, shapes, and patterns. Abstract prints are characterized by their use of bold, graphic shapes, often with vibrant or contrasting colors. They can be geometric, organic, or a combination of both, and may incorporate a variety of techniques, such as brushstrokes, splatters, and textural elements.Abstract prints are popular in fashion and home decor, as they can add a modern and dynamic feel to a design. They are often used as a way to create a unique and expressive design, as well as to add interest and visual appeal to a piece of fabric.
Iridescent print - a design featuring a shimmering or reflective effect created by adding metallic or shiny threads or finishes to the fabric.