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Student Break | Ravit Tzadik | Wood in Motion | August 21.14

Whenever I spot a jewelry collection in the midst of an Industrial Design Graduate Show, I miss a beat. And this time was no different. Ravit Tzadik a brand new graduate out of the Industrial Design Department at the Holon Institute of Technology, is the one behind Wood in Motion. In her “twisted” collection, Ravit …

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Liat Brandel Gilon | Mad Scissoring Skills Gone Wild | July 3.14

At first glance I immediately imagined a crazy office supply party happening in front my eyes, while looking at Liat Brandel Gilon’s Casual Couture. Truth be told, Liat’s debut collection is based on Fake Reality, her 2013 graduate collection. However, this time around, Liat took her mad scissoring skills to a more practical level but …

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World Break | New Market Goods | Bangladesh Calling | June 30.14

Usually I don’t post two Wold Break posts in a row but there is always a first time for everything. When my fellow MSSer, Stephen Jameskennedy, shared with me his New Market Goods partnership with Deshal (a small community of artisans in Dhaka) “to produce a line of popover shirts, with the goal of better …

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Lee Coren | Urban Surroundings and Dreamy Escapism | June 24.14

Not every 8 hours spent in Rome are bound to lead to a beautiful collection. BUT, for Lee Coren it’s the only way she rolls. “The collection was inspired almost completely by an 8 hours stop in Rome, Italy… and is constructed on the melding of urban surroundings and dreamy escapism. The collection features handmade …

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