Our love for prints is bottomless — and, the bolder, the better. So, we were giddy to discover a new collection of clothing and housewares from two local favorites that takes statement-making patterns to the next level.
Berkeley textile designer and Parsons alum Erica Tanov
, who is known for her soft, California girl attire, and San Francisco artist Lena Wolff
have joined forces on a collab filled with hand-stitched quilts and pillows, billowy dresses, and more. The pieces feature geometric patterns that were inspired by one of Wolff's intricate 2-D collages, block-printed to create eye-catching textiles.
San Franciscans can shop the collection at a pop-up event at Barrow Salon
on November 15 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Luckily, we were offered a sneak peek at the goods, and we can't stop fawning over every single piece. Can't wait to buy them? A few pieces are available online at Erica Tanov
, with more expected to hit the site soon. It's never too early to get that holiday wish list started, right?