Good Living

After 75 years, still one of the most popular patterns in Ghana. The colourful flower motifs attest to the Chinese style of batiks that were made in the Javanese village of Pekalongan, where many Chinese traders had their domicile. The name Pekalongan became linked to a dying and printing procedure that is unique to Vlisco and is characterised by very strong and saturated colours.


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La fille du jardinier

In Cote d'Ivoire this pattern is known as "La fille du jardinier" in reference to the Mexican telenovela (Spanish orig. title La Hija Del Jardinero, or The Gardener's Daughter in English) that was popular on national TV at the time when this pattern was making a come-back in 2008. Of course it also refers to the lush garden-like vegetation of the print.

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