Digital Print Design House The Dot’s 2015 Collection

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By Butterboom Writers  /  November 12, 2014

The Dot is an eclectic home-grown digital print house that creates abstract patterns printed onto clothes. As part of her design philosophy, founder and designer Suki Tsui draws inspiration from the different artists she meets in life. For her 2015 collection, Tsui invited artists to apply their gorgeous art prints onto fabric, which she then manufactures into fashionable wearables like scarves, clothes and handbags.

For the new collection, animal and floral prints take centre stage in the form of cashmere scarves.  We especially love the Beauty Nailpolish design, a colourful scarf featuring popular beauty items in watercolour paint finish. Tie this chic piece around your favourite bag or wear it around your neck.

Prices of these scarves range from HK$2,280 and HK$2,980.

The Dot - Beauty Nailpolish, HK$2,980

Beauty Nailpolish, HK$2,980


The Dot - Lone Wolf, HK$2,980

Lone Wolf, HK$2,980

Where to buy?

  • m/f, 2 Elgin Street, Central, Hong Kong.

Photo credits: The Dot


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