Fashion plates: Tribal

Proving that graphic prints are here to stay, the punchy patterns leap from clothing to crockery.

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  • Runway inspiration: From left, Herve Leger, Michael Kors and Proenza Schouler

  • C. Wonder Ikat dinner plates, $12 each, at C. Wonder, 72 Spring St between Crosby and Lafayette Sts (212-219-3500, cwonder.com)

  • Dansk Arabesque dinner plate, $18, at lenox.com

  • Rachael Ray Curly-Q four-piece place setting, $37, at kohls.com

  • Philippe Deshoulieres Ispahan five-piece place setting, $400, at Michael C. Fina, 545 Fifth Ave at 45th St (212-557-2500, michaelcfina.com)

  • Z Gallerie Kenza indigo dinner plate, four for $48; salad plate, four for $40; bowl, four for $40; and mug, four for $28; all at zgallerie.com

  • Ning Chiao tribal-decorated plate, $46, at ningchiao.etsy.com

  • Hermès Cheval d’Orient cake plate, two for $420, at Hermès, 691 Madison Ave at 62nd St (212-751-3181, hermes.com)

  • Donna Wilson Kaleidoscope dinner plate, $44, at the Future Perfect, 55 Great Jones St between Bowery and Lafayette St (212-473-2500, thefutureperfect.com)

  • Pier 1 Imports Batik cereal bowl, $8; dip bowl, $5; and salad plate, $8; all at Pier 1 Imports, 71 Fifth Ave at 15th St (212-206-1911, pier1.com)

  • Jasper Conran by Wedgwood Kilim plates, $25 each, at thebowlcompany.com

  • Vida by Eva Mendes Amalfi platter, $45, at Macy’s, 151 W 34th St at Seventh Ave (212-695-4400, macys.com)

Runway inspiration: From left, Herve Leger, Michael Kors and Proenza Schouler

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