Infinita Estampa is a gender inclusive brand making clothes for everyone where they integrate a passion for textile illustration, fashion, and visual communication. As a brand, they want to celebrate nature, and showcase the beauty of human evolution through their unique fabrics and designs. These prints are inspired by:
Rainbow Jungle: This jungle of colors print is filled with life because of the pink dolphin, tití monkey, jaguar and the wild orchids which are all found in the Colombian Amazon Rainforest.
Identity: This print depicts the deep admiration for theColombian Afro women and Palenqueras. Admiration for their culture and colors, for their way of seeing life and staying in touch with their roots, their unique beauty, authenticity and their drive.
Butterflies: This print is inspired by the thousands of species of butterflies that are found in Colombia. Colombia is the land of butterflies.
Yakko: Multicolored Japanese Kabuki flowers and geometric shapes.
Botanical Expedition: This print is inspired by some of the most representative plants and flowers found in Colombia: The coffee plant, orchids, palm trees, the chinchona and borrachero plants.
Carnival: During Barranquilla’s Carnival, Colombia dresses itself with color, folklore and happiness. This print is inspired by this emblematic party which unites Barranquilla’s flavor and Infinita Estampa’s love for print design.
Guatapé: A colorful Paisa town in Colombia. This print is inspired by the Colombian colonial architecture which is a reflection of our history and heritage. A print full of details: doors ,windows, colorful baseboards and flowerpots that form a unique composition of one of the most representative places in Colombia.