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Interview | Swift Textiles | Mixing Modern and Tradition Creates Magic | July 15.14

It’s no secret that Textile has been one of my greatest discoveries since starting my DesignBreak journey almost five years ago… Back than I knew nothing about it, but little by little I discovered so many young talented designers, who make this tiny Israeli scene much more exciting let alone beautiful and vibrant. Michal Fierstein …

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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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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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Interview. Dikla Levsky | Leaving A Bright and Colorful Mark on The World | March 11.14

I can’t believe it’s been a year since my last One On One interview. Oh well, I guess that’s what makes today’s interview much more special. And it’s super special to begin with! I’ve been following Dikla Levsky‘s printed footsteps ever since she graduated back in 2009 and I can’t stop being amazed by her …

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Studio ONEandMANY | Calculated Splashes of Black | February 14.14

When you fall in love with a designer, you always re-visit his kingdom in hoping to find new treasures. At least that’s how I roll. I’ve been following Yaara Landau-Katz’s (aka studio ONEandMANY) design steps since I first stumbled upon her graduation project back in 2012. Yaara was an industrial design student, who simply enjoyed …

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