Just like the Ankara, the lace fabric that made it debut to the fashion world in the 16th century, has once again taken a chunk of the trends fashion chart for itself. The lace though popular in European fashion, was only fashionable in the Nigerian fashion world as traditional wear, made in flamboyant designs, and worn, almost exclusively to tradition oriented or religious gatherings. Rarely was it designed in westernized trends, contemporary or casual styles. With the influx of creative young innovative designers, springing up daily and the vintage mania, the lace has recently taken it place of pride, as a must-have fabric, designed in exquisite fashion. This has made it, a common feature at red carpet events, malls, church, weddings and almost all social occasions globally. If you don’t have a beautiful designed lace dress, that can work for almost all occasions, then hurry go buy or make yours now, for it’s a fashionista wardrobe must-have.