It makes sense to start a new week with a whimsical vibe.
Lee Kodo’s collection was inspired by her childhood memories of the Shavuot Holiday at the Kibbutz, where she grew up. It was inspired by the atmosphere and the happy spirit of the holiday: women and men with embroidered outfits, wearing flower bouquets and surrounded by animals. Lee made it all feel like a place I want to live in, with all the super beautiful accessories (someone mentioned a tractor wheel bracelet?!) and the big flowers and sprinkles of pastel all over. FYI, Lee is graduate of the Shenkar College.
Photos by Marina Moshkovich
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