Dandi goes coastal for latest collection
Inspired by the Australian coastline and the movement of water and sand along it, Dandi has launched its latest range droplette.
The new print is available in the new colour palette of aqua and butterscotch. It marks a return to geometric designs for Dandi which has focused mainly on botanical prints in recent years.
This design also differs from Dandi’s signature style as it was reverse printed. This allows more colour coverage as the background colours are printed and the pattern made by the white spaces.
“Droplette is a delicate geometric pattern of water drops emulating the scallop like shape of lapping waving on the sandy shoreline,” says Caroline Davis, Dandi designer. “It also has a nod to the decorative 1920s art deco era.
“We created small intricate fountain like water drop details, we wanted the print to have a sense of movement and water flow so we arranged each pattern in a direction geometric layout.”
Dandi’s new collection was launched at Reed Gift Fairs Sydney February event and was well received by stylists and customers, particularly on social media.
Droplette products are made of cotton and pieces include aprons, oven mitts, ironing boards covers and napkins. Later this year the print will be available in oilcloth tote bags and table cloths.