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Binta Armchairs Let You Flaunt Your Love for Hot African Colors

The Binta armchairs by the Swiss designer Philippe Bestenheider in their striking African color scheme. Part of the Moroso Collection, the colorful seats saw daylight at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan where they got the eye for their unparalleled patchwork fabrics and their colors

The Ethos Collection fuses traditional Ikat textiles with modern design. Featuring a kaleidoscopic motif inspired by a rare collection of 19th century Central Asian textiles, it was handspun of recycled vintage Sari silk.

Paisley Crescent Wallpaper - Lido - £45 This print fuses the ornamentation of a traditional Indian-inspired paisley design with the ordered iconography of life in the commuter belt. It's the second design to launch from the forthcoming 2012 collection, entitled ‘The Buddha of Suburbia’.

Lagos: global fashion hotspot

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/e1668b92-31b0-11e3-817c-00144feab7de.html#ixzz2kupvS6Zz Jewel by Lisa, incorporates exquisite hand embellishments into everyday patterned Ankara fabrics; @BukiAkib handwoven sporty styles @Mike Orange uses prints featuring old Nigerian coins for its tailored suits @Obiora Nkwo’s slinky retro silk wrap updates the traditional wrapper @BridgetAwosika fuses an African aesthetic with a downtown New York with handwoven silk-fringed dresses @Financial Times

Walter G fuses the traditional art of hand block printing and natural dying with contemporary design to bring you an eclectic range of fabric, pillows, table linen and lighting

Walter G fuses the traditional art of hand block printing and natural dying with contemporary design to bring you an eclectic range of fabric, pillows, table linen and lighting

Ornate Tableware Sculpted in Gold and Silver Filigree by Wiebke Maurer | Colossal

Paisley Crescent Wallpaper - Concrete. This print fuses the ornamentation of a traditional Indian-inspired paisley design with the ordered iconography of life in the commuter belt. It's the second design to launch from the forthcoming 2012 collection, entitled ‘The Buddha of Suburbia’.