Touchka | Wearable Stories | May 12.15

Jenny Lumelsky was one of the firsts who joined me, on my Illustrated Break, with her beautiful wallpaper, back in 2011. When she wrote me about Touchka, her brand new adventure with her very own mister, Tomer Ronen, I couldn’t be happier. After all, it doesn’t get any better than breezy scarves and beautiful illustrations. …

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Student Break | Hadas Friedland Hayun | In The Beginning… | August 18.14

You guys, I’m super excited to begin sharing with you my annual graduate posts! 2014 has been one of those strange years in which nothing really went according to plan BUT… now that I have so many exciting and super special projects that I need to share with you, things look a lot better. Anyways, …

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Lee Coren | A Pattern of a City | September 19.12

I’m not really sure where I first bumped into Lee Coren’s beautiful scarves, but as I can feel the autumn breeze starting, it’s time to start thinking about expending my scarf collection (hope the Mr. won’t read this specific line!). Lee’s Exformation – Local Environment project, and her adaptation to local icons in …

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Frog | Einat Burg | Shawl Madness | December 27.11

Einat Burg and her “Frog” fabrics are no strangers to DesignBreak. “Curiosity is a wearable raw material” is one of those sayings that Einat believes in with passion. Her latest handmade gauze wrap stole shawls defiantly fall under the show stopper category. With the help of model and dancer Tamar Soon, I’m experiencing …

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NY Break | Collar, Stand + Tie | Kara Larick | Unisex Ties | December 4.10

While I was wandering around The Market NYC, I stumbled upon Kara’s world of monochromatic accessories and immediately fall in love with it. “Collar, Stand + Tie deconstructs elements of widely known and loved garments and reconstructs said parts into a new whole. It develops unique, thoughtful and wearable accessories, while keeping the …

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