Elie Tahari Pre-Fall 2015 Collection

Do you remember that interview with Elie Tahari where he revealed the source of his inspiration? Let me remind if you don’t. While many people are inspired by works of art of Picasso, Monet and other geniuses, Elie Tahari is fond of architecture.

In fact it’s hard to find the connection between clothing and buildings, but Elie Tahari can do that. He says he is inspired by lines in architecture, silhouettes of the constructions, claddings, mixed materials and many more. The ideas for his Pre-fall 2015 collection Elie Tahari found in The New Whitney designed by Renzo Piano. The museum is situated between the Hudson River and the High Line and will be opened in May 1, 2015. The Israeli designer has literally implemented what he saw in practice: he mixed various fabrics and applied laser technology to cut pieces in fabric that resembles multitude of windows on a skyscraper. The fabrics used are leather (highly appreciated by Elie Tahari), nylon, neoprene and linen


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