Fashion, Israeli Designers, Textile Design Lee Coren | A Pattern of a City

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 typical Israeli cities, were the base of her screen printed scarves. Curved window bars, white plastic shutters and mailboxes are the inspiration behind all these mysterious prints.
BTW, as I have some well known issues with bags, I had to share with you Lee’s dark and night time vibe bag as well.


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