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August 1st, 2012

Vivacious VLISCO presents their Funky Grooves Collection – TEXTILES

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Written by: Jacqueline Shaw
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The Funky Grooves collection draws from Vlisco’s proud history, inspired by global urban culture and couture craftsmanship. It’s a collection of contrasts, with edgy street wear influences reinterpreted through a lens of pure glamour. The new collection is a melting pot of ideas, using new colours to update Vlisco’s heritage designs, and classic Vlisco techniques to create new looks.

Raw, geometric lines, traditional wrap shapes, bold metallic studs and edgy industrial hues come together to create a modern vibe. The collection’s colours range from earthy browns, brassy golds and bronzes, to brick reds and shocking pinks, and fresh acid blues and greens. It all comes together in the Funky Grooves collection, for a look that is bold, punky and original, yet feminine and effortlessly easy to wear.

The new Funky Grooves fabrics will also form part of a fashion & accessories collection, which will be available at selected Vlisco boutiques from August 2012.

Check out their hot campaign and fashion looks below!

Vlisco Funky Grooves Campaign

Vlisco Funky Grooves Campaign

Vlisco Funky Grooves Campaign

Vlisco Funky Grooves Fashion Looks

Vlisco Funky Grooves Fashion Looks

Vlisco Funky Grooves Fashion Looks

For more info visit: http://www.vlisco.com/





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2 Comments


  1. Emeldah

    i love this collection, its just fabulously African, fresh and funcky.


  2. All the funky clothing designs are looking tremendous. The color combination is dark but they are eye catching.



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